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Intex Krystal Clear Saltwater System CG-28667, 110-120V with GFCI

Intex Krystal Clear Saltwater System CG-28667, 110-120V with GFCI

The Intex Krystal Clear Saltwater System combines a unique two-stage technology to sanitize pool water. First, an undetectable level of natural swimmer-safe chlorine is produced when environmentally friendly natural salt is added to pool water and passes through a titanium electrolytic cell during the filtration process. The result is soft, fresh, clean water without the potential harsh side effects of packaged pool chemicals. Second, with the E. (electrocatalytic oxidation) process, water molecules are split into highly powerful oxidants which destroy organic contaminants such as bacteria and algae. The combination of these powerful oxidants with natural chlorine results in the strongest and safest pool water sanitation. This second process, unique to the Intex Saltwater System, provides consumers with an important benefit. The process of E. Is so effective; the amount of natural chlorine needed and generated by the system is reduced by approximately 60%. Which means that your customers not only get the great benefits of a saltwater system, they enjoy it with much less chlorine than other saltwater systems generate! Pool size: 7,000 gal (26,500L) 110-120V with GFCI (Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter). Requires a filter pump with a flow rate between 700-3,000 gph (2,650 – 11,355L/hr). Chlorine output: 5 g/hr. 24 hr auto-clock cycle. The item “Intex Krystal Clear Saltwater System CG-28667, 110-120V with GFCI” is in sale since Monday, May 13, 2019. This item is in the category “Home & Garden\Yard, Garden & Outdoor Living\Pools & Spas\Pool Equipment & Parts\Pool Filters”. The seller is “dj.totto” and is located in stabekk. This item can be shipped worldwide.

  • Type: Salt Water System
  • Pool Type: Above-Ground
  • MPN: Does Not Apply
  • Brand: Intex

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