Salt Chlorine Generators
Hayward W3AQR9 AquaRite Salt Chlorination System for In-Ground Pools up to 25,000 Gallons
What is the salt range for AquaRite?
AquaRite is a brand of saltwater chlorinator. The company that manufactures AquaRite recommends a salt range of 3,000-4,000 ppm for optimal chlorination. This range is based on the average salt content of seawater, which is about 3,500 ppm. Higher salt levels can be used, but may shorten the lifespan of the AquaRite unit.
How long does AquaRite salt cell last?
The average AquaRite salt cell will last between 3 and 5 years. However, there are a number of factors that can affect the lifespan of your salt cell, such as the water quality in your pool, how often you use your pool, and how well you maintain your salt cell. If you have hard water in your pool, it can shorten the lifespan of your AquaRite salt cell. Hard water contains minerals that can build up on the electrodes in the salt cell, which reduces its efficiency. If you live in an area with hard water, you may need to replace your salt cell more often than if you lived in an area with soft water. How often you use your pool also affects how long your AquaRite salt cell will last. If you use your pool every day, or even several times a week, your salt cell will wear out faster than if you only use it occasionally. The reason for this is that the more often the salt cell is used, the more quickly the electrodes will degrade. Finally, how well you maintain your AquaRite salt cell will also affect its lifespan. It’s important to keep the cells clean and free of debris so that they can operate at peak efficiency. You should also regularly check the electrolyte levels in the cells and add more salt to the pool as needed. By following these simple tips, you can help extend the life of your AquaRite salt cell.
How do you clean AquaRite salt cell?
It is important to clean your AquaRite salt cell on a regular basis to ensure optimal performance and extend its lifespan. Here are some tips on how to clean your AquaRite salt cell:First, you will need to remove the salt cell from the pool and rinse it off with fresh water. Be sure to remove any debris or dirt that may be on the surface of the cell.Next, you will need to soak the cell in a mixture of vinegar and water for about 30 minutes. This will help to break down any deposits that may be on the surface of the cell.After soaking, simply rinse the cell off with fresh water and re-install it in your pool. Be sure to follow these steps on a monthly basis or as needed to keep your AquaRite salt cell operating at peak performance.
How do you calibrate salt on an AquaRite?
To calibrate your AquaRite salt chlorinator, you will need to test the salt levels in your pool water. You can do this with a simple pool test kit. Once you know the current salt level, you can add or remove salt as needed to reach the ideal level of around 3,000 ppm.To adjust the salt level, simply turn the dial on the AquaRite unit. For every 10 ppm change in salt level, you will need to turn the dial one full turn. For example, if your pool currently has a salt level of 2,500 ppm and you want to raise it to 3,000 ppm, you would turn the dial five full turns.