Part # 2824-012
Warranty One Year
Manufacturer Code 521105
Dimensions 12-1/2" X 5-3/8"
Alternate Part #'s 521105
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.
Conrol electronics are isolated in the cell, away from high heat components, for longer cell life.
- 15' Cell Cord
- Three LED Salt Level Indicators
- Two-color Status Displays
- Five Sanitizer Output Levels with Two-button Control
What's the best way to clean the cell?
Mix one quart of muriatic acid with one gallon of tap water in a plastic five (5) gallon bucket. Always add acid to the water, never add water to the acid. Always wear eye protection and use rubber gloves. Always work in a well-ventilated areaPlace the cell vertically in the bucket with the cap end down, as shown in right side illustration. Carefully pour the acid solution (as described above) into the cell until the blades are just covered. Allow the acid solution to bubble, and to clean the blades. The acid should only be contained in the cell and not around it. A foaming action will begin, which is caused by scale being dissolved from the plates. If rigorous foaming action does not begin, the cell does not need to be cleaned.
I've had this one for 8 years. How long do they last. When should it be replaced? My pool is 20x40 10 feet deep
Most correctly sized salt cells will last between 3-5 years on average. They should be replaced once the cell no longer has the capability or has a significant reduction in its ability to produce chlorine.