Mod edit: Please only make one post for each subject. People who can help will find it in whatever sub-forum you post it in. I have deleted you other topic. Thanks, moderator linen
I have a Jandy aquapure 1400 that I have had to change because of cell failure. Though I admit that I probably didn't acid wash it frequently enough, I was disappointed that the cell only lasted 3 years.
I have just installed a new cell and am looking for suggestions for reducing the calcium build-up.
The local pool supply store has recommended using a borate product that lists, among many other benefits, the prolonged life of salt cells.
I'd like to get some input before I do this. If cell life if my main concern (currently), would a borate product be a good solution? Are there other solutions to reducing calcium issues?
Thanks in advance,
PS, I will post the same question in the chemical forum as well, as my question regards both the salt generator and possibly using chemicals to help it.