Yes, if you are using just what is called an element type heater, that is not encased in glass.
The most probable cause for the water to "eat" your heater would be the water chemistry --low pH and/or total alkalinity -- not the salt. Most swimming pool heaters have a copper heat exchanger located over the burner box. Copper is highly susceptible to acidic or alkaline conditions.
Do you mean a pool that has a salt water generator? If so, any pool heater could be used.
Your pool pump needs to be pushing the water through your solar system
Yes! Connect a garden hose to the output valve of the water heater and open the water heater valve to put hot water into the kiddie pool. This is the fastest way to warm a children's pool.
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locate pool in sunny area, use a solar water heater, solar pool cover, pool heater or enclosed sun room
Try a pool shop
You can warm up a cold pool buy buying a pool heater
The benefits of a solar pool heater are a much lower electricity bill, a quieter heating system, and an eco-friendly alternative to traditional pool heating systems.
Do you have a pool heater? The oil could be "white oil," a refined mineral oil. Indicates a problem with the heat exchanger. Your heater doesn't need to be running for this problem to occur.
eye dint now Well, you probably could, we have a pool and we mix chlorine and salt together for our water.