Part # EC-520888
Warranty Ecommerce (EC) products: Products purchased from an Authorized Pentair Online Reseller (products beginning with EC-) receive a one (1) year (parts only) warranty from the date of purchase. The exceptions are: IntelliChlor cells and IntelliFlo SVRS pumps which receive a two (2) year warranty. EC products are not eligible for the bundled three (3) year extended warranty.
Manufacturer Code 520888
Alternate Part #'s 2824-009, 520888, EC520888, PAC-45-1557, PENEC520888
Intellichlor IC15 Above Ground Chlorine Generator Salt Cell (US version). This cell includes an external power supply.
Sparkling Pool Water has Never Been This Easy!
Electrolytic chlorine generation is the easiest, most effective, and most convenient way to keep your pool water crystal clear and safe. The IntelliChlor IC15 salt chlorine generator uses table salt to produce all the chlorine your above-ground pool needs.
Simple and Safe
Monitoring chlorine production is easy with the IntelliChlor IC15. It’s the only one with all controls and displays built into the cell—and the only one providing so much helpful feedback to you. Just select from one of five sanitizing levels to easily manage chlorine addition.
why are some models recommended for above ground pools. What are the design differences between a chlorinator model for in ground pools and the above ground models?
Hello Don- The key difference is this system is that it is an 115v system and comes with an external power supply that would plug into a regular outlet where are the in-ground systems would connect directly to a breaker.
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.