What salt system should I use for a 60,000-gallon pool?

In this video, we take a look at what salt systems you should use for a 60,000+ gallon pool.

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2 thoughts on “What salt system should I use for a 60,000 gallon pool?

  1. how should salt cell look when installed. I want to make sure it is correct .Should the oofsets be facing up or down

    1. If you’re installing a new unit, I’d refer to the manual to see if there is a preference on how the cell is installed for your model. Most AquaRite cells I’ve seen are plumbed with the “offsets” or hump on the topside.

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