Make sure your water is balanced and add salt (sodium chloride). You need to purchase a saltwater chlorine generator and you'll need to calculate the amount of salt you need. You would need to bring your pool salt content up to 3,000 ppm.
Concentration is the amount (by weight) of salt in water and can be expressed in parts per million (ppm). Here are the classes of water:
* Fresh water - less than 1,000 ppm
* Slightly saline water - From 1,000 ppm to 3,000 ppm
* Moderately saline water - From 3,000 ppm to 10,000 ppm
* Highly saline water - From 10,000 ppm to 35,000 ppm
Ocean water has a salinity that is approximately 35,000 ppm.
There is now a system with a healthier salt available Magnesium and Potassium Chloride. it is more expensive but in my opinion it is also much better and halthier than Sodium chloride. The aticle I am using is from poolrite
Add alot of iodine
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 yes.
Simple. turn of the chlorine generator and pretend there is fresh water in there as time wears on the salt will get weaker and weaker.
Many people will say that saltwater systems are as good for your pool as chlorinated systems. Saltwater systems are not as harsh on your pool system or for the people that enjoy the pool itself.
Yes, but so can chlorinated pool water.
You have a penny in both types of pools ... ???
go to the sea and bring home loads of salt water or just pour salt and mix in to plain water
A salt system connected into the plumbing of the pool produces chlorine from the salt that is added to the pool. One system is done manually the other is somewhat automatic. You have to add the salt and test and monitor pretty much the same as in the manual add system.
All you have to do is ad the required amount of salt and install a saltwater chlorinator into the line Depending on the setup you put in you will get instructions on water balance etc.
Justin Bieber has a inground pool
== == == == == == Yeah, add salt! well and a Salt water generater
you would have to convert the pool to saltwater there really is no way to clean it without chlorine
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.
You can buy pool chlorine for an inground pool in Austin, Texas at your local Leslie's Pool Supply. They have a great selection.
Salt water pools are in fact chlorine pools part of the salt is turned into chlorine by the salt water chlorinater If it works in a normally chlorinated pool it should also work in a salt water pool. However you should check if there is any metallic ingredient like copper in it as these are not recommended in salt water pools.
Yes salt water pools are chlorinated pool any way.
Galvanized steel. It lasts longer and is less affected by chemicals and saltwater if you choose to go that route. I do suggest saltwater. It needs for less maintance than a pure chlorine pool.
There are many places one can accquire inground pool covers. A couple of the places that one can purchase an inground pool cover is at Pleasure Pools and Backyard City Pools.
Yes around 1000.00 You have to buy a salt water filter system. Call any pool supply store.
Yes,but only if your pool is resin[that is constructed from 100% polymer or plastic]. It is not advisable to use salt in a "steel pool". Salt in a steel pool is a lousy salesman answer. All Chlorine is made from Salt and the amount needed in your pool is insignificant to what kind of pool you have. Any pool can be salt
How big is the star dust inground swimming pool.
yes chlorinated water will kill plants