Model # CL110
Dimensions: (W) 6-3/4 x (H) 13 in.
Weight: 30 lbs.
Flow Ratings: (GPM = Gallons Per Minute)
CL100 - Used with pumps with flow rating of 30-50 GPM
CL200 - Used with pumps with flow rating of 50-80 GPM
CL2002S - Used with pumps with flow rating of 50-90 GPM
CL110 - Used with pumps with flow rating of 30-50 GPM
CL220 - Used with pumps with flow rating of 50-90 GPM
if I have a 2hp pump and use an off line chlorinator, why can I not use the CL110 and control the amount of water entering the chlorinator to a low level.
Hi, Bob. If you can reduce the flow rate to 30-50 GPM going into the chlorinator you can use the CL110 Chlorinator.
Is the check valve the outlet on the CL110? If so that goes between the filter and the return line back to the pool, correct?
Hello, Your CL110 is just the chlorinator there is no check valve attached, just a dial on the chlorinator, these check valves are located here.
Can clamps for off line chlorinator be placed on flexible tubing or just PVC?
Hello Robert, you can use the clamps on both, but PVC is preferable.
could one of these chlorine add on units be used for a well water for a house? the water is pumped up and stored in a 1,000 liter tank before it's filtered and cleaned and fed to the house?? thank you very much. sincerely, Norm
Yes, you could use it for that purpose.
I have a Hayward SP2607X10 Super Pump 1-HP Max-Rated Single-Speed Pool Pump. The specs say with 50 feet of head (approximately the distance to farthest pool "jet") it's pushing out 40 GPM. Is the CL 110 sized correctly or do I need to go up to a CL 220?
I would recommend the CL220 or the CL200 depending on if you want the inline or offline version.
When do you recommend to use inline system and when offline system.
Hi Gleb, it really comes down to the question of whether or not you have room to place the chlorinator in-line with the rest of your equipment. In-line chlorinators are connected directly after the filter (or heater, if you have one) and should be the last piece of equipment before the water is returned back to the pool..
where do the inlet and outlet hoses attach to the filter
Hi Irwin, The inlet and outlet hoses do not attach to the filter, it's attached to the pvc line. Please reference the Hayward Automatic Chlorine Feeder Manual for installation instructions.
what the difference between the c100 and c110
The CL100 is a Inline system, the CL110 is a offline system
I'm not getting chlorine in my pool due to the 3" Chlorine tablets aren't dissolving. It was working fine until the other day.. Please advise of possible troubleshooting checks to determine and fix the problem. I have the CL100 or 110. Not sure which one exactly.
Mark, If there is water inside of the chlorinator but you are not getting a chlorine reading, there may be blockage inside of the unit. You can try flushing the blockage with warm water. Please do so in a well ventilated area to avoid inhaling chlorine gas.
Can this replace model 300-29X
how do you hook up chlorinator?
The installation instructions can be found on pages 4-5 of the Hayward Automatic Chlorine Feeder Manual.
What is the difference between an inline and offline chlorinator?
An inline chlorinator would be plumbed directly inline with the plumbing. For an existing pool, this would mean a section of pipe would need to be cut out to install the chlorinator. An offline chlorinator attaches to existing plumbing by chlorinator tubing (holes would be drilled into existing pipe to attach the tubing.)
How do I determine if the CL100 is the proper size chlorinator for my pool?
The Hayward CL100 or CL110 chlorinator will provide enough chlorine for up to 18,000 gallons of water. If the volume of your pool is greater than this, you would need the CL200 or CL220 model which is for pools up to 40,000 gallons. For pools above 40,000 gallons, you would use multiple chlorinators. For example, if you have 60,000 gallons then you would use two CL200 or CL220 chlorinators.
Is there a feedback mechanism that tells the unit the chlorine balance in the pool? Is this a way for me to automate addition of clorine to keep it always at the correct level? Or, just another place to put the tab aside from the the drain basket?
There is a dial on this unit which has a setting from 1-10 If you set the dial on 1 it will be letting the least amount of chlorine to the pool and if you have it set at 10 this would send the most amount of chlorine to the pool. So you can automate the feed of chlorine to the pool but you will still need to manually test your water. We do not recommend placing tablets in the skimmer basket because this high concentration of chlorine goes directly back to your pump and can cause corrosion to your pool equipment. If you do not go with the automatic chlorinator we would recommend at least going with one of our floating chlorinators so you do not damage your equipment you may view our floating chlorinators here http://www.inyopools.com/chlorinators_floating.aspx
Can I use granular, or must I use 3" tablets or stick?
We recommend using tablets or sticks, and not to use granular with chlorinators.
2 to 4 hrs
Screwdriver, Nut Drivers, Electric drill.
Spoke with Hayward personnel and they said a problem existed because part of the system downstream of the filter and heater utilized copper piping and their chlorinator was not compatible with metal piping. Down stream of the return valves was all pvc, so dug a hole there and routed outflow from the Hayward chlorinator to this location utilizing the provided saddle T. Seems to be working.
(5 out of 5 stars) Great Chlorinator
Reviewed By: Edward M. from Redding, CT ()
Pros: Ease of installation, Easily Adjustable
Cons: None So Far
Bought this to make adding chlorine to my pool easier and preserve my pool equipment. It was easy to install and after a couple days testing the water have found the perfect setting for my pool.