Part # 2804-33
Manufacturer Code GLX-CELLSTAND
Dimensions 6-3/8" X 2-1/2"
Alternate Part #'s GLXCELLSTAND, PL7110, TCELLCLEANINGSTAND
Salt Cell Cleaning Stand for AquaRite Turbo Cells and PureLine Crystal Pure
This cleaning stand simplifies cell cleaning and eliminates having to soak cell in a bucket of muriatic acid solution. This Cleaning stand is used for Hayward, AquaRite, AquaTrol, Goldline Turbo salt cells and PureLine Crystal Pure salt cells. You should clean your salt cell every 2 months to avoid calcium build up on your salt cell. By cleaning your salt cell regularly you will prolong the life of the cell. Also if you get too much calcium build up on the salt cell then the system will stop producing chlorine, regular cleanings ensure that your salt system will not stop producing chlorine.
Compatibility: This stand fits the cells used on the AquaRite and AquaTrol salt systems. For Hayward AquaRite & AquaTrol salt systems you will commonly see the following part #'s marked on your salt cell T-15, T-CELL-15, GLX-CELL-15, T-9, T-CELL-9, GLX-CELL-9, T-5, T-CELL-5, GLX-CELL-5, T-3, T-CELL-3, or GLX-CELL-3This stand fits the cells used on the AquaRite and AquaTrol salt systems.
This is totally embarrassing. After cleaning my cell, I can't remember which way to hook it back up. It would be nice if it had an arrow for the direction of the flow. Once you tell me, then I will draw an arrow on with a Sharpie. Just tell me if the cord is on the right as the water flows right to left? Thanks.
Hi, Marilyn. The Turbo Cell can be installed in either direction.
Turbocell cap stand works great however, when I remove the Turbocell for cleaning, my pool drains from the return pipe and there is no shutoff valve on this end of the return system. Is there a threaded plug I can purchase to stop the pool from backflushing while cleaning my turbocell? If so, please advise where I can get one.
How does this clean salt cell? Do You pour acid into the stand?
Hello Mary - That is correct, in a way. You would screw the cell onto the stand. You would then pour a mixture of water and acid. A ratio of 3 parts water and 1 part acid is the best to start. You would then let site for about 10 - 15 minutes, pour out the mixture and unscrew and spray out with a garden hose. If you click HERE , you can see a video detailing the process.
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Optional if needed; large adjustable pliers to loosen the clamps that hold the salt generator module
Salt pools, while they feel a lot nicer; the salt generator needs maintenance (like most of the pool equipment).
The salt cell breaks down salt, separating the chloride from the sodium, and converting the chloride into a form of chlorine that will keep the pool clean (similar to how chlorine tablets do).
The problem is... this electrical process causes deposits of minerals on the salt generator. The solution is to clean the salt generator, once or twice a year, depending on how long your swim season goes.
Cleaning is simple:
*Turn off the pump and salt generator power (better at the circuit breaker)
*Turn off the power switch in the salt generator panel and remove the salt generator module wire from the salt generator panel.
*Remove the salt generator module and replace it with the dummy tube... the reason to do this is both to keep the pool water from running out and to keep the pump primed.
*Attach the salt generator module to the stand, screwing it on, with the wire at the up end.
*I prefer to use vinegar mixed with water: one to one, put the vinegar in a container and add the water.
*Pour this solution into the salt generator and let it soak for 15-20 minutes
*Rinse out the salt generator thoroughly and inspect (look inside) to see if the plates are clean. If not, repeat the soaking procedure
*When the generator module is clean, remove it from the stand
*Remove the dummy pipe and re-install the generator, connecting the wire to the salt generator panel.
*Visually check for any things that look different than when you took it apart... it is good to take a cell pic before you start, then compare it after you re-assemble.
*Turn the power back on at the breaker, leave the power switch at the salt generator panel off.
*Start the pump and let it clear the pump of air... then let the air out of the top of your filter.
*Turn the salt generator panel switch on and let it run for a day
*Test salt content in the pool and adjust the generator output.
There you go, your salt generator is now cleaned and ready to keep your pool water feeling silky and keep the water clean!
Regular cleaning will extend the life of the salt generator module, so keep it clean!
THX for reading, now enjoy your pool!
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(4 out of 5 stars) T Cell Cleaning Stand
Reviewed By: Felix the Cat from Modesto, Calif ()
Pros: easy to use, just screw on
Cons: No Con so far
I use to submerg my T Cell in a bucket of water and acid solution and let it stand for an hour. Now all I do is screw the stand on and pour in several cups of concentrated acid solution and let it set for 15-20 minutes and it's ready to go by on, cleaned!
(5 out of 5 stars) Dry fitted to test with Water and works great
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Ordered with my salt system, so I have not had to use just yet. Dry fitted to test with Water and works great. Now to put into storage, where I will probably forget about it in a year or so, then have to order one again. However, I believe with my PL7700, there is a reverse charge that cleans the coils.
(5 out of 5 stars) Safely Keep Your Chlorine Generator Clean and Efficient!
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Challenging to deal with muriatic acid as a cleaner for the salt water generator, no fuss no muss, just combine the correct 4:1 ratio of water to acid and soak for 15 minutes.