Part # IC60
By Pentair Pool Products
Part # IC60
Warranty One Year
Now, Crystal Clear, Safe Water is Automatic Electrolytic Chlorine Generation is the easiest, most effective and convenient way to keep pool water sparkling clean. The Pentair IntelliChlor chlorine generator uses common table salt to produce all the chlorine your pool needs, right in your pool - safely, effectively, and automatically. Same Sanitation performance as manual chlorine addition without the drawbacks. No need to buy, transport and store expensive chlorine compounds. No more odor, stinging eyes, irritated skin and bleached out swimsuits.
The Pentair IntelliChlor chlorine generator is engineered to stand up to the toughest pool conditions and provide years of dependable performance. Titanium electrode cell blades are coated with Ruthenium oxide and are rated for more than 10,000 hours of operation - five years of reliable chlorine output under normal operating conditions.
Control electronics are isolated in the cell, away from high heat components, for longer cell life.
- Three LED Salt Level Indicators
- Two-color Status Displays
- Five Sanitizer Output Levels with Two-button Control
Four Models Available:
IntelliChlor IC 15 - Up to 15,000 Gallons
IntelliChlor IC 20 - Up to 20,000 Gallons
IntelliChlor IC 40 - Up to 40,000 Gallons
IntelliChlor IC 60 - Up to 60,000 Gallons
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Is the salt included with the salt chlorine generator?
No, salt is not included. You would purchase the salt locally and the quantity will depend upon the number of gallons of water in your pool. Use a salt that is at least 99.8% pure NaCl. The preferred salt is evaporated, granulated, food quality, and NON-iodized. Avoid using salt with anti-caking agents like sodium ferrocyanide, also known as yellow YPS (prussiate of soda). These cause some discoloration of fittings and pool surface finishes. DO NOT use calcium chloride.
I have a pool that is about 10,000 gallons but I am thinking of buying a salt chlorine system for pools up to 20,000 gallons. Would the larger unit be a problem?
It is not a problem to oversize a salt system. It would take the larger unit less time to produce the necessary chlorine so it is actually more efficient. When the pool volume is very close to the capacity of the salt chlorine generator (for example, the pool is 18,000 gallons and the generator is rated at a maximum of 20,000 gallons), we would recommend going up to the next size generator.