Yes, that is not a problem just pretend you are using fresh water in the pool after all the chlorinator puts chlorine in the pool and if the chlorinator is not working the salt will stil make the water feel better.
You don't . You chlorinate the pool with chlorine . You filter the water with a sand filter.
A fresh water swimming pool is a swimming pool that does not use a saltwater chlorinator. A pool that used a salt water chlorinator has salt added to it to so that a salt water chlorinator can electronically convert part of the salt into chlorine. A fresh water pool has chlorine added to it directly either manually or Automatically.
Raise the chlorine level to 3.0, then add some chlorine sticks or tablets to the skimmer basket.
You need a salt water chlorinator. A salt water chlorinator is an electronic devise that converts the salt in the water from the pool into chlorine gas that is then absorbed into the water.
Test the water, then adjust your Ph to about 7.2. Then chlorinate.
You have a pool person come in or put in a floating pool cleaner with a timer set each day to chlorinate the pool.
Yes if you are using a chlorinator. salt is sodium chloride and the chlorinator converts it to sodium hypo-chloride which is chlorine.
I will not use the swimming pool today until after you chlorinate it.
Yes as a mater of fact that is what salt water pool normally is. With a salt water pool there is a electronic salt water chlorinator installed that uses the salt in the water to create chlorine. However if you don't have a salt water chlorinator and prefer the feeling of a salt water pool then there is no reason not to add salt to the pool as well as keeping up the chlorine yourself.
You are doing a thorough job of sanitizing the water
You get a salt water chlorinator installed and add the correct amount of salt to the pool advice is available on this from your local pool shop.
It doesn't cost any thing. You don't even have to change the water, Just turn the chlorinator of and start adding chlorine like you do in an ordinary pool. The only difference between a salt water pol and a chlorine pool is that a salt water pool uses a chlorinator to make its own chlorine. a fresh water pool has the chlorine added.
Replace the spider gasket inside the filter valve. This is simple to do and should be done every couple of years, especially if you have an in-line chlorinator or if you add chlorine through your skimmer. Make sure you grease the gasket with silicon before you install it. To keep this from happening, make sure you have a check valve installed between the filter and the chlorinator or use a floater to chlorinate your pool.
depends on how deep your well is and how high the water is in it
Yes, you can dio without the chlorinator. You can leave it in place, without tables, or you can disconnect and remove it, whichever you prefer. The saline system will produce all of the sanitizer (chlorine) your pool requires (provided it is the correct size for your pool).
It should, otherwise there is a leak or malfunction in the system
No, you only need to put in the salt and fit the salt water chlorinator. Salt water pools are chlorine pools they make it electronically by converting the chloride into chlorine in the pool
Since a saltwater pool is actually a chlorinated water system, you want to use a chlorine based oxidizer. Follow the instructions on the package for dosage, and precautions.
go to your local dealer and purchase a bag of pool shock in one hour it will be clear again If your controller has a Shock or Super Chlorinate setting then put it in super chlorinate and run the filter. You should also add sone algeacide and maintain it.
Bromine is an additive that you put in a pool to sanitize the water. Chlorine is an additive that you put in a pool to sanitize the water. Salt is added to some pools to allow it to be converted electronically to chlorine with a salt water chlorinator.
Yes as a matter of fact it is used in one type of salt water swimming pool chlorinator system.
Lots of pool salt, some acid, a little sunscreen, and a good automatic cleaner. Plus a salt water chlorinator.
Just backwash until it is at the level you would like it to be. Or get a floating swimming pool skimmer ond take advantage of the free water and save on pool salt if you have a saltwater chlorinator.
You should run a chlorinator every couple of weeks in your pool in order to keep it clean. Bacteria can grom in your pool and chlorine helps keep it clean.
No A salt water pool is in fact also chlorine pool, the difference being that with a salt water pool a salt water chlorinator converts the salt that is in the water into chlorine gas which is then dissolved into the water while the filter is running. the conversion wont have any adverse effects on the pool.