I just bought this house with a pool and the only thing I know about pools comes from your Pool School.
I ran into the guy that installed the Jandy SWG for our pool last year. He said to keep the salt between 2800-3000ppm. Cool. We went our separate ways. Tonight, I came across the manual in the pile of paperwork previous owner left for us.
Jandy AquaPure Ei Series.
Book says goals are
FC: 1-3ppm (Target Shock level is 5-15ppm)
CH: 175 - 400ppm
Salt: 4000ppm and <3000ppm will cause cell failure
So how strict are SWG on salinity? I'm going to aim for the numbers published here (FC of 5, CYA of 70, TA of 60).
I should have my test kits by tomorrow and I'm sure I'll have questions.
First things first though, and that's salt according to pool school. What should I be aiming for and how flexible is that number?