Krystal Clear saltwater system QS500
- Fully automatic salt water electrolysis system
- Electro-catalytic oxidation for disinfecting your pool water
- Redesigned control panel with display
- Flow sensor
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The perfect option for above ground pools. The integrated electrolysis process reduces the mount of chlorine needed by up to 70%. This system requires approx. 3 g/l of water, and a filter unit with performance of 2.650 l/h - 12.112 l/h.
Pure, natural salt or sea salt is added to the pool water. It is best to use special salt for salt water systems or sea salt. Due to the low salt content in your pool water (sea water has on average 3.5%), you will not really feel, smell or taste any salt. All you will feel is clear, fresh, soft water. As part of the daily filtration process, the water is pumped through the electrolyte cells in order to produce the purest chlorine (electrolysis). This starts to destroy any bacteria, algae and other organic material immediately. The integrated electrolysis process reduces the mount of chlorine needed by up to 70%. As salt does not evaporate, this process is repeated every day, when the Krystal Clear salt water system is in operation.
Overview of the benefits
- Salt is a natural product
- You don’t have to buy any more chlorine
- No addition of chlorine
- No stinging, red eyes
- No dry skin
- No bleaching of clothing
- Simple use
- Low running costs
- Self-cleaning electrolysis cells
- Can be programmed automatically
Salt units are not suitable for steel casing pools, stainless steel pools, bronze and stainless steel parts. A zinc plate is required for stainless steel ladders.
Water capacity: 26.500 l
Pump power external pump: 2.650 l/h - 12.112 l/h
Conncection size: Ø 38 mm
Power supply: 220-240V~ / 50Hz
Pump power: 65 W
Protection class: IPX5
Interne Betriebsspannung: 12 V
Sound pressure level: 55 dB(A)
Timer present: yes
Amount of required salt 3 g/l
Chlorine production: 5 g/h
FAQs from category Salt systems:
Check that all connection lines are open (gate valve, by-pass set). Remove dirt from the housing of the storage cell. Bleed the air from the filter pump. Check the water connection lines for correct installation according to the operating instructions and clean and check the flow sensor for dirt or deposits.
Check the titanium and eco-electrodes for dirt and deposits (lime, salt). Clean them by soaking the cells in vinegar water. The storage cells are a wearing part that can be replaced regularly. To do this, disconnect and unscrew the cell. First soak the complete plastic part including the cells inside in vinegar for several hours. Rinse it with clear water and reinstall it. Check the flow sensor for dirt or deposits and clean it. Plug the sensor firmly into the socket provided. Use salt content test strips to check the value of the water. Add sufficient salt to the pool according to the instructions. The salt generators of the last few years required approx. 3 kg/m³ of water salt, which corresponds to 3000 ppm. The salt water system requires a uniform salt concentration in the entire pool water. Therefore, there must be sufficient circulation and dissolution of the salt before the unit is switched on.
If the salt content is too high, drain off part of the pool water and fill it up with fresh water. Check the titanium and eco electrodes for dirt and deposits (lime, salt), clean them by soaking the cells in vinegar water. The storage cells are wearing parts that can be replaced regularly. To do this, you need to unplug and unscrew the cell. Soak the entire plastic part including the internal cells in vinegar for several hours. Then rinse with clean water and put it back in. Use salinity test strips to check the value of the water. The salt water system requires an even salt concentration throughout the pool water. Therefore, sufficient circulation and dissolution of the salt must be given before the device is switched on.
Check the power supply in your socket, if necessary try another socket. Check the power plug or connection cable for damage.
Clean the electrode of your pool's salt water system with vinegar or with a mild descaling agent that you dilute with water, depending on the product used. Important: Do not use hard objects (knives, etc.) to remove limescale from the electrode, as this could damage it.