Pool chlorinater and automatic cleaner

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Anyone had this installed? If so who did it and has it been reliable? Or do know of another method of looking after your pool with little effort?

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I installed a salt water chlorinator, works very well, gives the water a slight but healthy salty taste. Have been unable to source the bags of salt in the North so buy them from the South side at around €5 a time. Have a a robotic cleaner, supposed to clean walls and steps which it won't. It will keep a clean pool clean but when used in my pool that has only a slight layer of dirt on the bottom it will pick up most of it but leaves a clear pool cloudy, repeated use will then clear the pool. Even with these things there is always maintenance to do.

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Thornaby, ask your local Bakkal to get you salt. I purchased 500kg for about £2 per 50kg. I also have a Salt Cholorinator, but have not used in in full swing as yet, but will now from here on.

Yes and No, I also use a Barracuda ( Mechanical not electric ), works a treat. I keep it on most of the time whilst pool is pumping. The best thing you can invest in is an automatic Poolcover. I just reopened the pool after being away for 6 months and water is crystal clear. I normally leave pump to run for an hour a day in the winter with pool covered. As Thornaby said, you will still need to do some maintenance, check chlorine and Alkaline levels and brush down walls and steps. I have managed my pool on my own for the past 3/4 years now.

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Soner wrote:Thornaby, ask your local Bakkal to get you salt. I purchased 500kg for about £2 per 50kg. I also have a Salt Cholorinator, but have not used in in full swing as yet, but will now from here on.

Yes and No, I also use a Barracuda ( Mechanical not electric ), works a treat. I keep it on most of the time whilst pool is pumping. The best thing you can invest in is an automatic Poolcover. I just reopened the pool after being away for 6 months and water is crystal clear. I normally leave pump to run for an hour a day in the winter with pool covered. As Thornaby said, you will still need to do some maintenance, check chlorine and Alkaline levels and brush down walls and steps. I have managed my pool on my own for the past 3/4 years now.

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Yes ,this is what I was after,thanks. Who installed the barracuda please. Or did you bring yout own,also who did you use for the poolcover.?thanks. Did you use a firm for the whole lot?

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We get salt from Siba in Alsancak

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Yes and No, I have pm'd you.
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POOLTECH supply and install various types of Automatic pool water chlorinators. Including Salt or Liquid chlorine versions. You can also add optional PH controller too.
More information is on our website - http://www.poolshopcyprus.com
http://www.gemaskibris.com/depo/Salt_Chlorinator.pdf
We sell the appropriate chemicals to support these systems - including salt in 25kg bags at €6.30 euro.
We are able to test your pool water F.O.C. for various things, including the salt ppm level.

We also supply the Maytronics Dolphin range of robotic pool cleaners. Our website gives prices and information.
http://www.poolshopcyprus.com

All of the above are available to view / be demonstrated in our shop in Çatalköy - Next door to CreditWest Bank / close to Cratos hotel)

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POOLTECH wrote:POOLTECH supply and install various types of Automatic pool water chlorinators. Including Salt or Liquid chlorine versions. You can also add optional PH controller too.
More information is on our website - ( Advertising restricted )
http://www.gemaskibris.com/depo/Salt_Chlorinator.pdf
We sell the appropriate chemicals to support these systems - including salt in 25kg bags at €6.30 euro.
We are able to test your pool water F.O.C. for various things, including the salt ppm level.

We also supply the Maytronics Dolphin range of robotic pool cleaners. Our website gives prices and information.
( Advertising restricted )

All of the above are available to view / be demonstrated in our shop in Çatalköy - Next door to CreditWest Bank / close to Cratos hotel)
Thanks for the info. When I’m ready I’ll call in.

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