Question about Intex Automatic Salt Water System for Above Ground Saltwater Pool
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You have about 8588 gallons of water in your pool ... One inch of water contains about 159 gallons in your pool. You should consider a 6 hour turn over rate. I recommend a high rate sand filter with at a minimum 1.5 sq feet of filter area. You need to move about 24 gallons a minute to achieve the 6 hour turn over rate.
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Posted on Aug 02, 2010
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Have the salt tested free where you purchase chemicals. While there, get a Taylor test kit to test for CL, pH, Alk, CA and Cyanuric Acid.
Salt is persistent in the water - translation - once in the water, it stays there, it doesn't go away except through splash out or back wash. Your salt should be around 3200 ppm. Get rid of the metals in the water before you do anything ... get the Alk around 100 then adjust the pH and introduce your CL. Cyanuric Acid protests the CL you are making. Some places call this 'stabilizer' and the reading should be around 60 to 100 ppm. Calcium is like salt ... persistent in the water ... lost under the same circumstances.
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Posted on Aug 04, 2010
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Posted on Aug 06, 2010
Get your water tested.
Here is what you must do when you fill your pool ... 1st, get the metal out. Use a sequestering agent, follow the bottle instructions exactly. 2nd, get the alkalinity proper (goal is 100) 3rd, get the pH proper (the goal is 7.4). 4th, introduce your salt (should be about 3200 ppm) Check the balance using the Taylor Water Balance Wheel. Getting your water correct may take several days.
Another thing you should consider is using cyanuric acid (aka stabilizer). Cyanuric acid acts like sun screen for your chlorine. The sun will eat your chlorine almost as fast as you make it if you dont use Cyanuric Acid.
I hope this helps you out ... you can get additional free advice from your professional pool supply store. Stay away from the discount place for best results.
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Posted on Jul 05, 2011
SOURCE: This is the second summer
I got a low salt warning when the cell became coated with calcium,
you can look at the cell and see the stuff. I live in Austin which sits on mostly limestone. The chlorine level will keep dropping as the cell becomes more and more coated. I removed the unit, capped the copper cell end (cap came with the pool, but you can use the hose and a plastic bag) stood it up against a wall and immersed the cells in 5% white vinegar. It will bubble for a few hours, then rinse and reinstall.
Posted on Sep 30, 2011
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