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    Converting to salt water

    I'm looking to convert my pool to salt water. It's an above ground about 7000 gallon capacity (pole pool). Filter is cartridge. Not sure what I need to purchase or where exactly to start. Looking to get this all ready prior to opening this year. Any suggestions?

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    Join Date
    Feb 2008
    Denton, TX

    Re: Converting to salt water

    Welcome to TFP!

    All you really need to do is get yourself a saltwater chlorine generator and some salt. I'm not all that knowledgeable about systems though so I'll leave that to others.

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    Tucson, AZ

    Re: Converting to salt water

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    Re: Converting to salt water

    Just looked at this chlorine generator for my pool. Any pros/cons? ... nator.aspx

    They said they last about 3 years for an above ground pool. Is that the average?

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    Re: Converting to salt water

    Here's my pool specs:

    The size of your pool in gallons-6000-7000

    Pool is an AG (Pole pool-Two steel poles on either side...dimensions are 18'x12'x52"

    The type of filter you have (cartridge)

    Size pump in HP (2-4). Also mention if is it a two speed or variable speed pump (I believe it is two speed)

    Date of pool build/install (May 2007)

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