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Intex Easy Set Saltwater System Pool Chlorinator

by Intex
79 customer reviews
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  • Heavy-duty, easily connects to most above ground pool filter pumps with 1-1/4" and/or 1-1/2" ID Hose Diameter
  • Compatible with Intex Krystal Clear 800 gal/hr or larger pumps such as: 621, 633, 635 (56635E/56635EG), 637, 637R (56637E/56637EG), 520/520R, 51/51R, 108/109R, 12/12R; Compatible with Intex's Sand Filter Pump System; Great for use with Intex 8' to 24' above ground pools; Certified for swimming pools up to 15,000 gallons
  • This system utilizes two functions to naturally sanitize your pool water. First, it produces natural chlorine from saltwater which attacks bacteria and secondly, it uses a copper ionization feature that releases highly active disinfectant ions which create a potent biocide and attack algae more aggressively than chlorine alone or other packaged pool chemicals.
  • Flow sensor alerts user to adverse operating conditions
  • Attached skimmer helps reduce the need to vacuum your the pool
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Intex Easy Set Saltwater System Pool Chlorinator + (Pack of 6) Intex 29000E/59900E Easy Set Pool Replacement Type A or C Filter Cartridge + Intex Krystal Clear Cartridge Filter Pump for Above Ground Pools, 1000 GPH Pump Flow Rate, 110-120V with GFCI
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Product Description

The Intex Krystal Clear Saltwater System eliminates the need for dangerous, harsh chlorine while dramatically improving your pool's cleanliness and your comfort level.
The Copper Ionization feature reduces chlorine levels by 70% when compared to standard saltwater systems. Automatic self-cleaning cycle lengthens cell life and reduces the need for manual cleaning. Set the operating time once and the system will automatically run on a 24-hour cycle. With a water flow sensor and diagnostic read out with auto shut-off, the system alerts you if any problems occur and protects itself from damage. The keypad also locks to prevent programming from being accidentally changed.


Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 13 x 14 x 16.5 inches ; 21.4 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 21.5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B003QDR0D8
  • Item model number: 54601E
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #234,653 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (79 customer reviews)
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26 of 28 people found the following review helpful By Jeffrey Cobb on December 7, 2010
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I got this for my Intex 15ft above ground pool and it has been a god send. First as a pool owner it is a hassle, cleaning, adding chemicals, testing the water, adding water and so on and so on. Owning a pool is a commitment but the rewards are great. I wanted to add a salt water system so I could eliminate adding chemicals and reduce the maintenance on the pool. Now I have to add NOTHING to the pool even on the sunniest day I have to add NOTHING (normal use cases). The water stays clear and zero signs of algae. Now I had a pool party and we had several people in and out of the pool for several days and the water was cloudy..In that case I could have pushed the BOOST button on the chlorinator but instead I opted to add a little shock and an hour later the water was back to its normal bright blue color.

Installation was very easy. Just disconnected my current filter out hose connected the chlorinator to it and connected the chlornator out to the pool and that was it. Took all of 2 minutes. They even give you some extra pipe fittings incase you have custom pipes.

5 Months after firs use: winterizing was easy. I reduced the pump and chlorinator run times and covered the pool after several weeks..water is beautiful...cold as hell but beautiful.

UPDATE 3 years later:
Had a big problem last year with rust that cause my entire frame to rust out and I ended up replacing the frame. (I found the frame pieces on Ebay by luck only). Anyway what I discovered was the salt was getting into the top bar of the frame due to the gaps and spaces between each piece of the frame. So in order to battle that I found some Clear Rescue Tape (its on amazon) and used it to wrap the gaps where the connections go. The clear tape is almost unnoticeable.

Now I hope to extend the life of the pool another 5 years. I think that's a great deal for what I have into it and the enjoyment we get out of it.
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20 of 21 people found the following review helpful By A. Tinis on April 8, 2010
I was paying almost 50 a month to keep throwing chemicals in my pool. I could not stop the water from turning green from algae. I emptied half the water out of the pool and filled it back up, then added the suggested amount of salt for my 15x48 and waited. I did have to go out every day for about a week or 2 and rinse out the filter in the pump to take out the algae then after it was gone I didn't have to add any other chemicals. I'm going on 6 months and have not had to add salt or chlorine to the pool. I literally let leaves sit in the bottom of the pool for 2 months during the winter and the water stayed Chrystal clear. I would highly recommend this to everyone.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Dragztwo on August 6, 2010
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We have been trying to keep out pool chlorinated all summer. I finally gave up. Within a week here in central Florida, my pool was the color of a swamp, complete with things swimming in it! When I connected this and the Intex Sand Filter, my pool was clean and ready to swim in 2 days! Wish I had bought this last summer when we got the pool!
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14 of 17 people found the following review helpful By molo36 on July 29, 2010
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Before getting the saltwater system, we were putting $10 or more of chemicals a week in the pool. We had to check it every day to see if we needed to "PH Up" or "PH Down", add chlorine, and consistently had to "shock" the pool. My eyes had a reaction to the chemicals, and the children had to wear goggles to protect their eyes. We have saved more than we spent for the saltwater system, because we haven't had to buy all the chemicals. We LOVE it. Installation was a breeze. We set the system with a timer to run 4 hours a day, and have not had to shock the pool in the month that we've had it. When our children realized they could get into the pool without goggles, they were so excited! We put the required amount of salt (very inexpensive) into the pool and haven't had to add another thing. The water stays so clear that we don't even test it anymore. The time that we spend at the pool now is the time we are in the water, not messing with chemicals. The only maintenance is to clean the pool filter so the water freely flows through the saltwater system. We would NEVER switch back to chemicals. The saltwater system is the way to go!!
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30 of 39 people found the following review helpful By Jarrod Earnheart on July 9, 2011
The lack of information that intex provides for salt chlorinator owners is reprehensible. They would have you believe that if you have this unit, there is no need to add chemicals to the pool. You just don't have to add chlorine, you do however have to add sanitizers, oxidizers, and balance your Ph along with the salt that is required for it's operation. In addition, the electrolytic cell has to be cleaned very gently to remove calcium scale buildup on it. To do this, you'll need either vinegar or muriatic acid, then you'll have to dissasemble the cell from the housing & soak it. Without the presence of other chemicals in the pool, the chlorine generated will not last long, causing most owners to increase it's runtime, which in effect shortens the life of the product. While cleaning the cell itself, you can damage the iridium coating on it, thus decreasing it's effectiveness. In 100+ degree weather where I am, the chlorinator doesn't do as effective of a job as you would be led to belive by the company, and consumers with a brief ownership of this product. I have had 4 chlorinators in 3 years, all of which I regret having continued the cycle. From a financial aspect, at a cost of $169 per year for chlorine, that would buy you two big buckets of tablets, which for me would be more than sufficient. Being that the generator has no way of preserving the chlorine, if you don't add stabilizers to the pool and something happens, say you disconnect it or it quits working for some reason or another for 1 overnight period, you can expect your pool to be a very rich green with lots of algae growth, unlike typical chlorine that would have this development over a few days.Read more ›
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