3. Cost Savings-
With Salt Chlorination, you will cut your chlorine costs by 50% or more. As a continuous supply of fresh, natural chlorine is constantly circulated throughout your pool, you can expect to drastically cut your chlorine costs over time.
About the salt in your pool
The salt you add to your pool’s water is never consumed, and it doesn’t evaporate. It simply cycles between salt and chlorine forever. The only time you would have to replenish salt is due to splash out, if your pool overflows in a rainstorm or when you backwash your filter.
Salt chlorinators require a low concentration of salt (sodium chloride) – approximately a teaspoon of salt per gallon of pool water. The correct salt level* is comparable to a human tear, and as such, imparts no or little taste. The actual amount of chlorination required to properly sanitize a pool varies due to the pool size, bather load, rainfall, temperature and the pool’s cleanliness. * Proper salt range is 2,700 to 3,400 PPM (parts per million).
To convert to a salt chlorinator, contact our service department today at 850-235-0095 or visit us at 514 Lyndell Lane, Panama City Beach, Fla.