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Salt Water Chlorinator Summary Info Doc - 30 Aug 2017 11:41

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Salt Water Chlorinator

A salt water chlorinator will save you hours in maintenance. No longer will you need to manually dose your pool (or hot tub / spa) with chlorine and check PH levels everyday, a salt water chlorinator will continually sanitize your pool keeping the water crystal clear.

You'll be amazed at how nice it is to swim in such crystal clear water and actually how different it feels. It goes without saying that you won't miss red eyes, irritated skin, and the bad smell from chlorine pools.

Head on over to our salt water chlorinator site at saltwater-chlorinator.com to find a chlorinator to suit you.

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Product Review: SGS Breeze 540 Salt Water Chlorinator - 25 Oct 2016 02:32

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[[html]]<p><img alt="SGS Breeze 540" src="http://saltwater-chlorinator.com/images/user-upload/Salt Water Chlorinator - SGS Breeze 540.png" style="border-style:solid; border-width:1px; float:left; height:156px; margin:10px; width:234px" />The Breeze 540 is a saltwater chlorine generator from Saline Generating Systems (SGS) based in the USA. This kind of saltwater chlorine generator offers exemplary performance, durability and simplicity. This product has been designed for handling approximately 40,000 gallons water that is ideal for most residential pools available today. The SGS Breeze 540 provides you with clean, clear, soft and sparkling pool water all year long.</p>

<p><strong>Performance</strong></p>

<p>When it comes to performance, this unit was created to offer reliable and sustainable swimming pool chlorination. The Breeze chlorine generator makes certain that your pool is continually supplied with a mild and safe amount of chlorine that stops the water from being poorly or overly chlorinated at any moment. The device requires a small amount of maintenance and it has an inbuilt self-cleaning function that reverses polarity every 6 hours of operation. This significantly reduces accumulation of residue on the cell plates. Which means that you may rarely have to clean out the system yourself though the cell&#39;s plates are specially spaced out for convenient manual cleaning by using a special cleaning tool that is bundled along with this unit.</p>

<p>The chlorinator&#39;s cell is placed specifically inside a transparent housing to permit for easy and convenient inspection. Cleaning the cell is pretty simple and easy you do not want to use any form of acid solution to clean build-up off. This means that the cell&#39;s lifespan is greatly extended and you could continue to have super clear, luxurious and soft-feeling water throughout the year.</p>

<p><strong>Operation</strong></p>

<p>Its user friendly interface and controls definitely makes the SGS Breeze 540 the perfect tool to control chlorine levels in your swimming pool water. The user interface is made up of a one touch control panel which is engineered to work even beneath the most harsh environment. The control unit is quick and easy to utilize. You can find LED indicators that clearly show the current operating status of your unit.</p>

<p>The SGS Breeze 540 features a five year warranty if installed from a qualified technician. This can be a clear indicator this unit can perform providing you the chlorinated pool water for several years without having operational troubles. The SGS Breeze 540 Saltwater Chlorine Generator offers a quick and easy solution to help keep your pool water sparkling and fresh. The unit is designed with homeowners in your mind. This SGS chlorinator provides the best performance and also the longest warranty from the kind.</p>

<p><strong>Feature List</strong></p>

<p>- Easy to use</p>

<p>- Energy-efficient</p>

<p>- Commercial grade build for extended life span</p>

<p>- Auto cleaning with a reverse polarity function and appropriately positioned cell plates</p>

<p>- Has a high tolerance to varying salt types and levels prolonging cell lifespan</p>

<p>- Clear cell housing allows easy inspection of cell state</p>

<p>- Created for pools with as many as 40,000 gallons</p>

<p>Please visit <a href="http://saltwater-chlorinator.com/sgs-breeze-540">SGS Breeze 540</a> for purchasing options.</p>[[/html]] - Comments: 0

Using a Salt Water Chlorinator - 23 Jun 2016 22:57

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Salt Water Chlorinator Operating Tips

If you are a beginner to maintaining a swimming pool or spa or you are stuck using chlorine to maintain water cleanliness, then this article could give you a guideline of what having a chlorine generator is like and how to operate one.

A salt water chlorinator (also known as a chlorine generator) makes use salt in the spa to generate chlorine. This is carried out by a chemical reaction called electrolysis which is done by what is known as a chlorine generator cell. A another result of the chemical reaction, and this is a huge benefit, is that a chemical named sodium chloride is produced which is basically common salt. This means that all things being equal, salt does not need to be often added to your pool or spa.

Many units are comprised of a control unit and the chlorinator cell. The control unit requires a power supply and the cell usually needs to be installed into the return pipe (outlet) to your pool or spa, and placed after the filtration system. Fitting the control unit and cell is typically not overly complex and if you\'re somewhat handy you could do it yourself. Please just check with the manufacturer however - some manufacturers are strict and will void your warranty if the unit is not fitted by a certified pool expert.

If the chlorine generator is new to the pool or spa, salt has to be added and dissolved in the pool or spa. every unit and manufacturer are slightly different so please check your operator manual for the amount of salt to add to the pool or spa. A rough idea though is 25 bags (40 pound bag) of salt for every 40,000 gallons of water. Check the salt is entirely dissolved prior to operating the chlorine generator.

Setup and operation of the control unit is typically straight forward. Again, check the operator manual for specific instructions. Typically though, most units will have a timer, level of chlorine output, indicators to display salt level warnings and/or cell fault warnings. Higher end chlorinators can also measure and monitor PH levels, temperature, and log operating events.

Start by setting the timer on the control unit. Most brands have a feature to have multiple timer settings which allows you to operate your chlorinator multiple times in a 24 hour period. The recommended run time is roughly 8 hours a day which suits the filtration run duration. Many people tend to break up the 8 hours into two 4 hour cycles, one in the am and one in late afternoon/evening.

Next step will be to adjust the chlorine output level. This can be a little trial and error over time until you have had the chlorine generator running for sometime. Typically you'll need more output during warmer months than during colder months as the hot sun will evaporate more of the chlorine. You should get advice from your local pool shop to get the levels correct and read the guidelines of the operator manual.

When the chlorine generator has been setup, leave it alone and let it run for a while. Then keep an eye on the indicator lights and displays checking for any issues. Check the pool or spa for salt and chlorine levels, and PH levels. You'll find after a brief time the water will settle and you will be so glad you do not need to maintain your pool or spa on a daily basis anymore.

Often take your water to have tested to ensure the chlorine generator is performing well and your chlorine levels, salt levels, PH etc. are all where they should be. Also as mentioned, regularly inspect the chlorinator's control unit status for any errors or other information that indicates action is required. It is also important to regularly visually check the cell for calcium build-up that will impact performance and also shorten cell life. If there is a build up of calcium (a white, milky chemical) then you may have to manually clean the cell and remove the build-up.

Various models have various ways of cleaning the cell - nearly all are self cleaning these days and this is achieved by functionality called reverse polarity. However sometimes a manual clean is required. Most pool shops will carry a product for cleaning the cell but you can also make one using hydrochloric acid. Just check that manufacturer's instructions again before carrying out any such cleaning as you may void your warranty if not done according to manufacturers recommendations.

You will be so happy with using a chlorine generator as it makes life so much easier. So little maintenance and not having a chlorine smell or kids complaining of red eyes is such a plus. If you don't already have one and are in the market, then head on over to http://saltwater-chlorinator.com to see reviews on the most popular chlorinators on the market for both pools and spas/hot tubs. - Comments: 0

Introduction to salt water chlorinator - 21 May 2016 05:27

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Salt water chlorinator is here to aid you with swimming pool and spa or hot tub assistance when it comes to chlorine generators.

Chlorinators have in fact been around for a fair number of years now and are just beginning to be the favored choice in the United States. Currently chlorinators are most popular in Australia and New Zealand and have in fact stayed in use there for a great many years.

You may not know it, salt water pools like chlorine pools (and spas/hot tubs) clean the water using chlorine, i.e. chlorine is the main sanatizing agent. The difference between a chlorine pool and a salt water pool is that chlorine is manually added on a regular basis and with a salt water pool, chlorine is generated from the salt in the water by the salt water chlorinator. A salt water pool (and spa or hot tub) will have dissolved salt, which is common salt found in your salt shaker.

Through a treatment called electrolysis, a chlorinator will create chlorine from salt water (this is a really simple description) which processes the sanitation of the water. This is stemmed from the chloride part of the salt which is described as salt chloride. If you are interested in reading more details about the electrolysis process, check out this wikipedia page (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Salt_water_chlorination).

The biggest advantage of a salt water chlorinator (salt water system) is that it is a self sustaining process. Through the chemical treatment, salt in the water is not consumed as such thus eliminating the need to have to continuously apply salt to the water. It is virtually set and forget in concerns to the chlorinating treatment.

As progressively more people see the benefits of a chlorinator (also known as a chlorine generator), their appeal and the range of products on the market are boosting. People are understanding that they don't have to swim with irritated skin, swollen eyes, and tainted hair - it is a lot more rewarding swimming in a non-chlorine pool.

Forget your daily dosing of chlorine and daily water tests. Salt is affordable, and does not have to be added continuously to the water. Salt may be needed to be applied if you have had heavy continuous rain or other circumstances that may result in the salt in the water to be thinned down.

A salt water chlorinator is flexible and can be used in a variety of applications, including swimming pool - both domestic and commercial, jacuzzis, and swim spas or hot tubs.

Industrial chlorinators are extensively appearing permitting those with huge applications to start making the most of salt water swimming pool systems. Everybody understands the noticeably familiar odor of chlorinated public pools and the sensation of the aching red eyes after swimming for hours. It will be nice to see these salt water systems in public swimming pools.

When it comes to domestic swimming pools, absolutely nothing beats having the ability to swim easily anytime (weather condition & temperature level allowing naturally) without stressing over the tidiness/cleanliness of the water. It is a good sensation whenever you take a look at your swimming pool to see crystal clear water that you have actually not needed to do anything to due to the fact that the chlorinator is doing its task.

Absolutely nothing is more rejuvenating than a salt water swimming pool, and do not stress over the water being too salty - the levels are usually so low that you can not feel any salt or even taste it in the water. In fact, the amount of salt in a salt water swimming pool is about 1/10th the typical salt levels in the ocean. - Comments: 0


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