No, a saltwater pool is already a chlorine pool. ALL CHLORINE EVENTUALLY BECOMES SALT. Every pool that has ever had chlorine in it has salt in it. thepoolandspawarehouse.com
Yes, it's easy! Just add a saltwater chlorinator between the filter pump and the pool intlet. Then add pool salt. Follow the directions in the manual and you will be swimming in your saltwater pool in 24 hours.
That depends on the saltwater chlorination system you are using check with the manufacturer.
Sorry, but swimming in a saltwater pool is a lot different than swimming in the ocean. In the ocean, pollutants like oil, gasoline, and trash combine with fish urine and dead animals. Another big difference in a pool is that there are no waves! In the ocean, rip tides and tidal waves are a big part of the ocean's cycle. In your pool, waves are non-existent.
Yes, you can add a clear saltwater system to a ProSeries 14' X 42" Metal Frame Swimming Pool.
Not at all.
In a typical saltwater swimming pool nothing living other then micro organisms should be able to survive. In a saltwater pool with water, filtration and components designed for marine life, they could.
well swimming in saltwater is okay because saltwater is like natural water for our bodies. and with swimming pools, it has chlorine. all chlorine does is try to make the water as pure as possible. but chlorine has a weird smell and it can damage some parts but not that much.
To make sure it doesn't crystallize?
No I have had bricks around my saltwater pool for years and they are still in good condition. there can however be some problems when it comes to the effect salt has on the mortar.
You can get electrocuted by swimming in a indoor pool or outside pool or in saltwater that's why lifeguards don't let you swim when it is storming.
yes running the filter while swimming helps the filtration process. Also if the pool is saltwater then the system will replace chlorine being used while bathing.
Try scrubbing with fresh water
No, salt does not damage the plaster. Improper water balance will.
Obviously the pool floor is not smooth.
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.
Yes you can retrofit a salt water pool system onto your existing pool equipment without too much trouble.
You can find swimming pool heaters from All-Air of South Dade. Pool Leaks Plus, which is also in Miami, specializes in pool repairs, but is also available for consultations regarding the best swimming pool heater for your pool and the best place to make your purchase.
Well swimming poo is never a good thing, I mean it's bad enough if you catch one floating, but when you come across a poo that is actively swimming, you better jump out and run for it! (and this goes for saltwater or chlorine). If you want to know the advantages and disadvantages of a saltwater swimming POOL...then click on the related question below.
No, it is sodium chloride in most cases.
Check that the chlone setting is not too high. This is not a function of a saltwater pool but can happen in any pool. The cornea of your eye will absorb water and swell and this will blur your vision.