|Container Size (oz.)||0||Product Depth (in.)||6 in|
|Product Height (in.)||12 in||Product Width (in.)||11 in|
|Outdoor Living Product Type||Chlorine Free Chemicals||Pack Size||1|
|Pool Chemical Type||Chlorine Reducer||Product Weight (lb.)||8 lb|
|Manufacturer Warranty||5 years, parts and labor - excluding electrodes.|
A: We do not sell just the control box to replace very old units. You'll have the spare electrode and new ion test kit with it as well.
A: You can either keep it full and set at the lowest or shock on a regular basis. It should be installed after the ionizer if you will be using it to maintain a small residual.
A: Shocking an ionized pool does not in itself cause staining, but how you shock is important. Adding granular directly to the pool can cause spots where the pH spikes on the pool's finish, but if you dilute before pouring it in is will not have the same issue. Modern pool finishes are much less susceptible to staining in general, but accurately tested pH is an important part of that and not using strips. Copper ions will remain in solution with proper pH balance. Feel free to call our technical department at 1-800-756-SWIM (7946) with any questions as well!
A: If leaving the salt chlorination in and on, it should be after the ionizer electrode. Our technical team is happy to answer any other questions you have at 800-756-7946.