What would you like to do?
Answer You would need a chlorine generator such as Auto Pilot. Many companies make them. After you install the chlorine generator, you add your salt to the pool.
Answer Yes, you can purchase salt water generator or a salt water system. Intex has a salt water system specifically for blow up pools. …Answer Yeah, add salt! Answer well and a Salt water generater
The salt system is going to create sodium hypochlorite (bleach) from sodium chloride (salt) this system works great! It will make care of the pool very simple. Baquacil o…r biguinide the generic name is very expensive to use and you have to follow the directions exactly and sometimes exceed the recommendations in order to maintain the pool. If you develop a problem with this type of sanitizer it can take longer than a chlorine pool to recover and it will add big bucks to the cost of using this system. Salt systems a large initial capital outlay but will be cheaper and easier in the long run. The Guru of Pools at Discount Pool Warehouse.com
Answer Not if all chemistry is maintained at or within proper parameters. K
Turn of the salt water chlorination and start adding chlorine the same as you would in an ordinary pool. The salt water in the pool will become less salty over time so y…ou don't have to worry about changing the water. You could tidy it up a little by removing the saltwater chlorinator element or you could just leave it.
Salt, chlorine, cyanuric acid, hydrochloric acid, calcium, and sometimes whatever goes into algaecides.
That would depend on the size of the system and what sort of system you are intending to use. There are two types 1 Sodium chloride Or common salt and 2 a new syste…m using Magnesium and potassium chloride Chloride (environmentally and physically friendlier)
Saltwater pools generally will have a salt cell installed within the plumbing usually after the heater. It is the cell where the chlorine is produced. It should have a cord on… it that leads to a power center. Having your water simply tested for salt will not determine whether or not it is saltwater. Even pools using liquid chlorine(Sodium Hypochlorite) can have high amounts of salt if they haven't been drained in a while. www.cwipools.com
Turn of the chlorinating element and start throwing chlorine in yourself. eventually the salt will come out of the pool as time wears on. or you could just replace the water t…o get the salt out.
Salt and a saltwater chlorine generator which is put in-line after the filtration system. Most saltwater chlorinaters work with sodium chloride but there is one type that work…s with magnesium and potassium chloride which is better for the swimmer and the environment,
Since a saltwater pool IS a chlorinated pool (the only difference is how the chlorine is addded since it is manufactured by the SWCG and not added separately) the answer is ye…s.
yes change the filter to fresh water and drain the pool fill it back up with hose water
Stop adding salt to the pool and use tablets and shock when needed.
Add alot of iodine
There are three main components necessary for the switch from chlorine to salt: 1) Salt Cell (goes inline with the water return from the filter): This component electrically …charges the salt in the water passing through it, and releases the chlorine into the water, while removing the calcium. 2) Salt Cell Control Panel (mounts near the pump controls): This component controls and monitors the salt level and chlorine output, among other things. 3) Pool-grade Salt Your local pool supply store can tell you how much you need for your particular pool and supply it to you.
Yes. Because Inflatable Pools is generally made of 0.55mm PVC Tarpaulin which isHigh-strength, fire-resistant and waterproof.