Last year (or before) at pool solutions there was a thread discussing using salt for increased water comfort in non SWG pools. I asked this question there, but don't recall if we ever got to a conclusion and now can't find the thread, so I figured I'd start over
Typically you see 2800-3500 ppm salt recommended for SWG. By nature of SWG operation, some of the salt is "turned into" chlorine.
I'm wondering for those of us using salt without SWG just to get the improved water feel, we don't need 2800-3500 ppm, since we won't be "losing" any salt to chlorine generation, right?
Is there any way calculate how much of the salt content is left as salt in the water when it's not chlorine? I'd think that would be the number us non SWG salties should shoot for