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Can I replace my pool chlorine system with an alternative technology?

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There is nothing whatsoever to stop you from using what ever in your jugement is a viable alternative pool sanitizing system.

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Yes, just install the chlorine generator and add the salt. Your new system will replace the need for residual chlorine.


Yes, after all they are chlorine systems. the chlorine is made from the salt in the water. If you are not getting the correct chlorine level you may need to service or replace the salt water chlorinator.


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A salt system makes chlorine, that's what its there for.


Ozone is the best choice for an indoor pool. You will still have to have a very small amount of residual chlorine to supplement the ozone system.


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You first have to convert the pool to a chlorine system As a salt water system is a chlorine system.


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If you have a salt water pool then you have a chlorine generating system. In a salt water pool through an electric process, the sodium turns into Sodium Hypochlorite. (Chlorine / Bleach ) Now to answer your question: With a chlorine generator system the majority of expense is up front with the unit itself and then when you have to replace the cell. A cell will usually last about 5 years. With chlorine you simply pay for the chlorine as needed. I've had some customers (the Lady's say the salt makes there skin feel smoother. I personally don't notice a difference.


The advantage offered by most 'alternatives' is that they, at best, reduce the amount of chlorine you need to add. The only alternative which does the entire job on its own is the Saline (salt) System and although it produces 'chlorine' (from salt dissolved in the pool water) it results in NONE of the obnoxious features attributed to chlorine - no skin irritations, no chlorine odors, no red eyes, no hair damage. A saline pool does not need 'shock' chemicals nor does it require algaecides. Whatever you do, don't get sucked into believing that baquacil is a good alternative.


SoftSwim from BioGuard is the best system out there for No-Chlorine pools.


Chlorine is poisonous because it irritates the eyes and respiratory system.


A salt system IS a chlorine system. Chlorine is still the sanitizer. The salt system is there so a chlorine generator can make the chlorine from the salt instead of you having to deal with it. There is no such thing as "best", only tradeoffs. A salt system is expensive even if you break it down per year (with initial and replacement costs). However much less maintenance. A salt system IS perfectly safe for a vinyl, or any type, pool.


Chlorine is a better system because it kills algie and the salt water atracts it.


No not alll. I had a chlorine system first. We transitioned to a salt system with no problems.


yes, a saltwater system is in fact a chlorine system anyway the difference being that salt is added to the pool and a chlorinator is put inline to convert part of the salt electronically into chlorine.


A salt water pool is a chlorine pool. The difference is that the chlorine is manufactured in the system by the chlorine generator. Otherwise NO DIFFERENCE!!


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Do you have a system installed at the equipment pad that will convert the salt to chlorine? If not, then NO!.


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Why not use both. UV creates Trivailant Oxygen (Ozone) a very powerful sanatizer. A corona discharge Ozone generator will produce more. The "salt" system is meant to replace adding chlorine to the water. The combination should prove to be easier to keep chlorine at proper levels.


No you do not.The only chlorine you will use in a salt system is a shock.But even then you should use only a NON-Chlorine shock.And by the way Chlorine in your skimmer is a very bad Idea, The high concentration of chlorine going straight to your equipment (pump,heater,filter)will shorten it's life considerably. Kenny Kummer Brody Chemical


Aside from the fact that chlorine is a corrosive substance there is no particular risk involved.



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