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Asked in Genetics
How do you clean a salt water chlorine generator the cell?
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Asked in Pool Care and Cleaning, Cleaning, Chemistry
How do you clean your salt generator?
Remove the cell from its position in the plumbing by loosening the unions on both ends of the cell. You will need a small plastic bucket (6 - 8" opening), water and muriatic acid. Fill the bucket with sufficent water to submerse the cell Set the cell, on end, in the bucket of water. Add 1 part muriatic acid for every 2 parts water in the bucket. Let the cell sit in this solution for 5-10 minutes. Turn the cell over and let the other end sit in the solution for 5 - 10 minutes. You will be submersing the cord, which will not be affected by the mild acid solution. Look in both ends of the cell to confirm calcium deposits are removed. If not, repeat cleaning procedure. Rinse cell with fresh water and replace in plumbing line. Hand tighten unions before restoring power to filter pump.
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What is pool cell?
Used for salt water pools, it uses salt to create chlorine... here is a more advanced answer.. from me. .. The chlorine generator (also known as salt cell, salt generator, salt chlorinator) uses electrolysis in the presence of dissolved salt (NaCl) to produce hypochlorous acid (HCIO) and sodium hypochlorite (NaClO), which are the sanitizing agents already commonly used in swimming pools. As such, a saltwater pool is not actually chlorine-free; it simply utilizes a chlorine generator instead of direct addition of chlorine.
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Which part of the cell membrane prevents organisms from dissolving in water?
Asked in Car Batteries, Chemistry, Batteries
When battery contain acid then why you put water in the battery?
The acid in automotive batteries is a sulfuric acid/water solution known commercially as "battery acid". There is about 29 t0 32% sulfuric acid in the solution, the rest is water. The purpose of the water is to allow the solution to conduct electricity by chemical conversion in the cell. As the battery is used the water can evaporate or escape raising the concentration o acid. When this happens the efficiency of the battery is reduced. More water must be added to bring the solution back to the proper ratio of acid and water.
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Where does energy from the electric circuit come from?
The components in the electric circuit get their operating power from the power supply, if there is one. The power supply, if there is one, gets the energy to operate the circuit from one of the following sources: -- battery, fruit, potato, etc. (stored chemical energy) -- photovoltaic cell (solar cell) -- wind (captured by a windmill) -- plug inserted into an outlet in the home, delivering energy from the public utility company, which gets the energy from one of the following: . . . . . burning coal to boil water to spin a generator . . . . . burning oil to boil water to spin a generator . . . . . burning natural gas to boil water to spin a generator . . . . . capturing the heat from radioactive decay of uranium to boil water to spin a generator . . . . . focusing the sun onto a water pipe to boil water to spin a generator . . . . . holes dug deep into the ground to capture heat from the earth to boil water to spin a generator . . . . . water wheels stuck into waterfall to spin a generator . . . . . photovoltaic cells (solar cells) . . . . . wind (captured by windmills) to spin a generator
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Asked in Car Batteries
Can you add battery acid to a battery that has a low fluid level?
I assume you are referring to automotive batteries. Some batteries are factory sealed and called "maintenance-free," those cannot be added to. But if you can tell the fluid level is low it is probably because you can remove the vent caps and look inside. If this is the case and one or more of the cells is low you should add distilled water. (City water is usually OK because it doesn't have minerals in it, but if you have a well you should not use tap water.) You should not add acid to a battery unless it has never been filled with acid, or has had the acid dumped out. When batteries are low on fluid the water has evaporated leaving behind a higher concentration of acid, adding water fills up the cell and restores the acid concentration to the normal level; if you add more acid the concentration will be too high and this would cause problems.
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What part of the cell membrane prevents organisms from dissolving in water?
Asked in Cell or Plasma Membranes
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Asked in Pool Care and Cleaning
How do you clean a pentair intellichlor?
You need to clean it with a solution of muratic acid and water. To acid clean the cell, mix one quart of muriatic acid with one gallon of tap water in a plastic bucket. Always add acid to the water, never add water to the acid. Always wear eye protection and use rubber gloves. Always work in a well ventilated area. Immerse the cell blades in the solution. A foaming action will begin, which is caused by scale (calcium chloride) being dissolved from the plates. If rigorous foaming action does not begin, the cell does not need to be cleaned. Otherwise allow the cell to remain in the solution until the foaming has stopped, about 2 minutes. However, do not leave in acid for more than 30 minutes.
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