I would very much like to convert my copper/silver ion generator system to SWCG.
Part of my job is designing guardrail safety fixtures for highways, so I am very familiar with the effects of salt, chlorine, and moisture on steel (even galvanized or stainless steel). My main concern is for the rebar in my concrete/plaster pool. With concrete being essentially porous, should I be concerned? I know that 3,000 ppm is not much compared to the ocean, but with the presence of chlorine it can still cause or accelerate stress corrosion cracking (as far as the rebar goes-though I have limited knowledge of concrete, so I am not sure if this should be a concern). I am also slightly concerned about the tile and the plaster itself. Since it is an indoor pool, I am also slightly concerned about the metal pieces of the HVAC system (ducting, heat exchanger).
Can anyone ease my mind or contribute some personal experience or technical knowledge? Is corrosion increased over pool water with chlorine only? If so approximately how much or how big of a risk is it?