Summer is better with salt, so we made “salt” even better. Powerclean Salt chlorine generators from CMP are the next generation of salt systems for pools.
If you’ve been disappointed with other systems, you may want to make the switch to a friendly, backyard chlorine generator.
Other cell plates are placed close together to allow the sharing of electricity between the plates. When the cell plates are crammed into a small space, they have to be cleaned more often as the calcium builds up between the plates causing permanent damage.
The super-wide spacing between Powerclean Salt cell plates means you have to clean less often…and cleaning is easier!
In a better design, each plate is individually powered. The large titanium-coated plates are spaced further apart.
This design is easier to clean and minimizes calcium build-up.
One of the top failure points for most chlorine generator systems is at the sensors. These switches can serve a purpose but commonly break, fail or wear out.
When the switches stop working, the cell stops operating.
The Powerclean Salt cell uses an electrical current in the cell to check for proper conductivity. Simply connect the cell to pump power–or a synchronized timer–for a more fool-proof operation.
Most salt cells have a narrow window of operation based on the level of salt in the pool. The Powerclean Salt cell will continue operating at a salinity level of 3,000 – 35,000 PPM.
We don’t recommend it, but we have even had customers successfully operate a unit with seawater!
Other systems have a temp sensor because they have to shut down at low temps to prevent cell damge.
Instead of measuring temperature, we measure conductivity. This allows our smart control system to adjust the actual power going to each cell plate to continue producing chlorine, even at low temperatures.
The heavy-duty heat sink in the control unit is excellent in hot environments. This system can be bulletproof if you live in states like Texas, Arizona and others with extreme outdoor temperatures.
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