Salt Water Chlorinator
- Bipolar self cleaning cell
- User friendly
- Eliminate sore skin and eyes
- Doesn’t bleach hair or bathing suits
- Puts an end to traditional chlorine taste and smell
- ‘Set & Forget’ – Just activate the system and set the desired chlorine level
- The salt iodine helps sun-tanning
- Bipolar self cleaning cell, 30% longer electrode life
- 60% less electrical consumption than other leading chlorinators
Elecro salt water chlorinators are high performance salt chlorination systems that allow you to enjoy crystal-clear pool water without the use of harsh chemicals. It is the healthiest, economical and efficient system for pool water treatment.
Economical – No more buying costly chemicals: Elecro salt water chlorination systems mean that as chemical prices rise you remain unaffected, saving over 90% on traditional chemically treated pools.
User friendly – Reduces the amount of effort involved in maintaining your pool water, allowing you to enjoy sparkling, sanitised water in your pool.
|Pool size||0 > 100m³ (100,000-litres)||101 > 170m³ (170,000-litres)|
|Maximum flow rate||27m³ per hour (27,000-litres)||27m³ per hour (27,000-litres)|
|Maximum operating pressure||480 kpa||480 kpa|
|Cell housing pressure drop||5 kpa||5 kpa|
|Chlorine production per hour||22 grams per hour||33 grams per hour|
|Equivalent in granulated chlorine||30g||45g|
|Equivalent in liquid chlorine||220 ml||330 ml|
|Voltage output||25 VDC||25 VDC|
|Current output (Amp)||4.7||6.9|
|Type of electrode||Bipolar||Bipolar|
|Dimensions of cell housing||25.5 x 12.2 cm||25.5 x 12.2 cm|
|Recommended salt level||4 >35 gr/l||4 > 35 gr/l|
|Cell cassette material||Luran||Luran|
|Cell plate material||Titanium||Titanium|
|Cell expected life span||16,000 Hours||16,000 Hours|
|Power consumption||190 Watt||300 Watt|
Q – How much salt is required?
A – The ideal salt content is between 4,000 and 5,000ppm (parts per million) This relates to 4 to 5-kg of salt per 1000-litres of water, however if you wish to use sea water you can do so.
Q – Will it make my pool water the same as sea water?
A – No, far from it – sea water contains 35,000ppm (parts per million) of salt which is 7 times more than the salt level required.
Q – What type of salt should be used?
A – Use a food-grade, at least 99% pure, sodium chloride (salt). DO NOT USE ROCK SALT OR CALCIUM CHLORIDE! The preferred type of salt is most commonly available as a coarse grain water softener salt from builders murchants. This type of salt is easier to dissolve and has minimum impurity content thus avoiding staining potential to the pools surfaces.
Q – How long will the cell last?
A – The cell will last for approximately 16,000-Hours before it needs to be replaced. One of the longest lasting cells available on the market.
Q – Are the cells easy to replace?
A- Yes very easily replaced; the cell it self is connected via a single cable and connector unlike many of its rivals.