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Thread: Salt Water Chlorine Conversion

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    Salt Water Chlorine Conversion

    I'm looking to replace my pool pump and filter plus convert to a SWG system. Currently, I have a Hayward Micro Clear DE-4800 Pump/Filter and the Hydramax II Inground Pool Pump (which is making a horrible grinding noise while it's running). I have the Polaris 380 with a boost pump as well.

    I don't believe I need to replace everything above, however, I'm thinking at a minimum I would like to replace the pump and convert to a SWG system. Anyone have some recommendations?

    Appreciate any comments. Thanks!

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    Re: Salt Water Chlorine Conversion

    In order to give you a proper list, we would need to know more.

    What size is the pool?
    What size is the plumbing?
    Is there a heater?
    How old is the pool?
    Liner, Concrete, or fiberglass?
    Attached spa?
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    Re: Salt Water Chlorine Conversion

    Quote Originally Posted by PoolGuyNJ
    In order to give you a proper list, we would need to know more.

    What size is the pool?
    What size is the plumbing?
    Is there a heater?
    How old is the pool?
    Liner, Concrete, or fiberglass?
    Attached spa?
    The concrete pool size is 38' x 17' according to the pool permit drafted in 1972. It's a 27,500 gallon pool with no heater although there is a gas valve there as if they had one at one time. There is no spa. There is 2" plumbing already going from pump to filter.

    Thanks very much.

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    Re: Salt Water Chlorine Conversion

    A Pentair VS-SVRS pump and an Intellichlor IC-40 will be fine for your needs.

    Scott
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    Re: Salt Water Chlorine Conversion

    Quote Originally Posted by PoolGuyNJ
    A Pentair VS-SVRS pump and an Intellichlor IC-40 will be fine for your needs.

    Scott
    Scott,

    Thanks very much. I'll check it out.

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