Intex Krystal Clear Saltwater System and Ozone Filter
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- Requires a filter pump with a flow rate between 1,500-4,000 gph (not included)
- Ozone output: 150 milligram/hr.
- Chlorine output: 11 gram/hr.
- 24 Hour auto-clock cycle with timer
- 120V with GFCI
- Requires a filter pump with a flow rate between 1, 500-4, 000 gph (not included)
- Ozone output: 150 milligram/hr
- Chlorine output: 11 gram/hr
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|Item Dimensions||13.75 x 21.25 x 17.88 inches|
|Manufacturer Part Number||28665EG|
|Shipping Weight||36.55 pounds|
Top Customer Reviews
I bought this item at Walmart for $129, free shipping. One end of the hose had a broken screw-on bracket. The GFCI cord quit working after about a minute. I called Intex and was quickly connected to a helpful Virginia. She arranged to send me the replacement parts, shipping within two days.
In the meantime, I attached the broken end of the hose with a clamp to an adapter and took the GFCI apart. Someone had forgotten to tighten down the electrical leads!!! After tightening, it worked perfectly. So I will have a spare when the replacement arrives. I see that the other reviewer had a problem with the cord. Intex is losing a lot of money for forgetting to tighten three screws.
The unit can cycle on even on the low speed of my Pentair 1HP two speed pump. There is plenty of flow though my oversized Hayward S244T sand filter. After six hours at low speed, my 10k gallon in-ground pool went from 0.5ppm to 2.5ppm free chlorine. Great! When it finishes one full change of water, I expect it will be at 5ppm, which is what I measured testing directly from a return outlet.
My Floatron is now probably overkill with the ozone. The ozone kills the bad stuff in the unit, while the Floatron emits copper and silver ions to do the job in the pool. Either one lowers the chlorine demand (the amount of chlorine you need to maintain a certain ppm).
You should always target a free chlorine residual that is about 10% of your cyanuric acid (CYA) stabilizer reading for the quick reaction that you need for real bather load. I am intending to dilute CYA down to 30ppm, target my runtime for 2ppm, and float a stabilized chlorine tablet for 1ppm (thus 3ppm total of free chlorine).Read more ›
Functions ok, water flow bad. The reason for only three stars.
The only thing to watch for is buildup of hard water deposits on the plates. Fortunately this design is modular unlike earlier ones and removing the plates is a breeze. I just blow out the deposits with the air compressor and reinstall. Fairly maintenance free otherwise.
If you want a cheap system to last you one, maybe two, season(s) then this is your product. However, I would not recommend Intex to anyone. Spend the extra $ and get something that might last longer.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
5 Stars when it worked! Unfortunately, the Ozone Generator protection check valve failed and that section of the unit filled with saltwater from the pool and blew out the ozone... Read morePublished 27 days ago by Davis P
Warranty SUCKS You pay shipping to return defective parts for replacement. This thing has broken down three times now. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Len
Works amazing! So easy, my pool never went green. I cleaned my pool once all summer. About every 3 to 4 weeks I cleaned off the metal plates as they would get some white build... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Christopher
Love it but like all their products they don't last the warranty and you have to contact them for a replacement. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Marie
Kept pool water clear all season. Recommend it highly to those who have similar pools.Published 6 months ago by Tim Carter