Salt Chlorine Generators
Pentair 520554 IntelliChlor IC20 Salt Chlorine Generator Cell (US Version)
How often do you clean IntelliChlor?
IntelliChlor is a reliable and easy-to-use chlorine generator that helps keep your pool clean and safe. It is important to clean your IntelliChlor regularly in order to maintain its performance and longevity. Depending on the size of your pool and the amount of use it gets, you may need to clean your IntelliChlor weekly or monthly.To clean your IntelliChlor, simply remove it from the pool and rinse it off with fresh water. Be sure to also clean the cell housing (the white plastic box that contains the IntelliChlor unit) with a soft brush. Once everything is rinsed, put everything back together and return the IntelliChlor to the pool. That’s it! By following these simple steps, you can keep your IntelliChlor running smoothly for years to come.
How do I know if my salt cell needs replacing?
If your salt cell has been in use for more than two years, it may be time to start thinking about replacing it. There are a few signs that your salt cell may need replacing, such as:-The water in your pool is starting to feel gritty or salty.-Your salt cell is producing less chlorine than it used to.-The anode on your salt cell is corroding.If you notice any of these signs, it’s best to consult with a professional to see if your salt cell needs to be replaced.
How do I reset my IntelliChlor salt cell?
In order to reset your IntelliChlor salt cell, you will need to follow these steps: first, disconnect the power supply to the unit. Next, remove the salt cell from the housing and clean it with a mild acid solution. Once the cell is clean, reattach it to the housing and reconnect the power supply. Finally, run a manual chlorine cycle to complete the reset process.
How do I know if my Pentair salt Cell is working?
If you have a Pentair salt cell, it’s important to know how to tell if it’s working properly. There are a few things you can look for. First, check the flow rate of your pool water. If it’s lower than usual, that could be a sign that your salt cell is clogged and needs to be replaced. You should also check the pH and chlorine levels in your pool water. If they’re higher than normal, that could be a sign that your salt cell isn’t working properly. Finally, take a look at the salt cell itself. If it’s covered in scale or build-up, it needs to be cleaned or replaced.