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Converting Your Pool to Salt Water: 7 Steps

Converting Your Pool to Salt Water: 7 Steps – If you are interested in converting your chlorine pool to a saltwater pool, there are a few steps to go through before you can make this happen. Here they are: 

1.      Balance the Water 

You don’t have to drain the water out of your pool. Just balance the water as specified by your installation manual. 

2.      Add Salt

Next, add pool-grade salt to achieve the right concentration. How much you add will depend on how much water your pool holds. Distribute the salt across the entire pool surface, and keep in mind it can take up to 24 hours to dissolve.

3.      Mount and Wire the Chlorinator Controller

Mount this on a wall near your pool equipment pad after consulting the installation manual. Then wire it for power.

4.      Install the Chlorinator Cell

Install the chlorinator cell into the plumbing after the filter.

5.      Make the Connection

Connect the chlorinator cell to the chlorinator controller.

6.      Switch on the Pump

Switch on the pool pump and let it run for a few hours so it circulates the salt properly. Be on the lookout for any leaks during this time.

7.      Turn on the Salt Chlorinator

Switch the salt chlorinator on and that’s it! All that’s left to do is enjoy your pool.

How a Salt Chlorinator Works

Salt chlorinators convert salt into a self-regenerating supply of pure chlorine, creating softer and safer water to swim in. Simply add pool-grade salt to your pool and let it dissolve. The chlorine generator will convert the dissolved salt into fresh, pure chlorine that offers complete sanitization and comfort while swimming.

Not only does a salt chlorination system require less maintenance, it costs less and is a more convenient sanitization method than traditional chemical chlorine sanitization.

Ready to get started on your saltwater pool conversion? Central Jersey Pools can help.

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