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Subject: Switching Pool from Chlorine to Saline
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JoelL
(Georgia)

Posts:11


01/15/2010 9:30 AM  
Does anyone have any suggestions on manufacturers of saline pool equipment? We are considering switching from chlorine to saline but would like to hear your feedback and experience. thanks.
ZachR
(Indiana)

Posts:34


01/19/2010 10:58 AM  
I used to work in the Pool bizz. Bioguard was and I believe still making a salt generating system. You might look them up.
BrianL
(Maryland)

Posts:23


01/21/2010 12:21 PM  
What you are looking for is a system that uses saline to generate chlorine. There are many different models and makers now.Go to the following link, then to the saltwater generator forum and you will find more info than you will want to read. www.troublefreepool.com
DennisB6
(Florida)

Posts:11


01/26/2010 8:29 AM  
Joel:

I have a small pool and use a salt system. I've found it to be very efficient and trouble free. I spend very little on chemicals & of course do not have to buy chlorine. I use an Aqua-Rite Chlorine Generator.
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