AquaTrol Salt Chlorination System

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How does a salt chlorination system work?

A salt chlorination system works by dissolving salt in water to produce chlorine. The chlorine is then used to sanitize the pool water. The amount of salt needed varies depending on the size and type of pool, but it is typically around 3-5 pounds per 1,000 gallons of pool water.The salt is added to the pool water and circulated using the filtration system. A controller unit monitors the chlorine levels and adjusts the amount of salt being dissolved accordingly. When the chlorine levels get too low, more salt is added to the water.The major advantage of a salt chlorination system is that it produces a steady supply of chlorine without the need for expensive and dangerous chemicals. Salt chlorination systems are also much easier to maintain than traditional chlorination systems.

What salt level for Hayward Aqua Trol?

Hayward’s Aqua Trol is a salt chlorination system that is installed in pools to help maintain water quality. The system works by converting salt into chlorine, which then helps to kill bacteria and other contaminants in the water. While the system does require a certain amount of salt to operate effectively, the exact level will vary depending on a number of factors, including the size of the pool and the climate. In general, however, a good rule of thumb is to maintain a salt level of between 2 and 3 ppm (parts per million).

What is the warranty on Aqua Trol salt system?

The Aqua Trol salt system comes with a standard one-year warranty. However, if you purchase the extended warranty, you will be covered for two years from the date of purchase. The extended warranty covers all parts and labor associated with the replacement of your Aqua Trol salt system.

Why is my Aqua Trol not generating chlorine?

If you have an Aqua Trol saltwater chlorination system and you’re wondering why it’s not generating chlorine, there are a few potential reasons. First, check to make sure that the power is turned on and that the timer is set correctly. Next, check the salt level in the pool; if it’s too low, the system won’t be able to generate chlorine. Finally, check the pH level of the pool water; if it’s too high or too low, it can prevent the system from generating chlorine. If you’ve checked all of these things and your Aqua Trol still isn’t generating chlorine, please contact our customer service department for further assistance.