Forgive me if this post has been addressed or kindly refer me to another post If this has been answered. I have a 35,000 gallon 40x20ft inground. I'm pretty comfortable with the operation of the pool now, and I'm considering switching to a salt chlorinator. I am told thia wreaks havoc on the internal components more specifically the metal components of the filter/heater. I do t have a heater get but was also considering either gas or heat pump. Any thoughts on this?
A friend of mine mentioned he had some type of filter to keep the harsher corrosive elements from damaging the internals of his equipment. Does anyone know anything about what he is referring to?
I'm in NJ and pool is open from end of May to beginning of Sept. Although I'd like to try to extend the season a bit with a heater.
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