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CircuPool Universal55 Salt Chlorine Generator
CircuPool Universal55 Saltwater Chlorinator System

CircuPool Universal55 Salt Chlorine Generator

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Part Number: UL55
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CircuPool UL55 Complete Salt Pool System with 4-Year Limited Warranty, for up to 55,000 gallon pools
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Power: 2.9 lbs/day
4 Year Limited Warranty*
10000 Hours Rated Lifespan
55000 Gallons Max Capacity
82.6
2800 - 4500 ppm

The CircuPool Universal Series is a top choice for value and convenience for backyard saltwater pools. Serving as an easy replacement for any size existing Hayward AquaRite unit, the Universal55 is an upgrade with guaranteed compatible plumbing.

With higher power and a longer lifespan than many popular brands, its digital controller works automatically with your pump & filter and constantly monitors the salinity level and temperature of the pool which makes operation incredibly simple!

Sporting long lasting titanium electrodes and backed by award-winning service and warranty, it's one of the best values of almost any salt system in the price range. The Universal55 is an outstanding choice for anyone looking to upgrade or just dive into a great new salt chlorinator.

The Universal55 will replace any size Hayward Aqua Rite systems with no cutting or gluing, making it a snap to upgrade your salt pool system! With a 55,000 gallon max rating, this adaptable system is able to handle replacement of an existing system with a range of 15,000 to 40,000 gallons!

Features:

  • 4-year prorated warranty on every single component.
  • Includes plumbing unions for all sizes.
  • Dual voltage option: 110/220v.
  • CircuPool products are backed by USA-Based Expert Support & USA-Based Factory Warranty

Compatible System Replacement for: Hayward Goldline Aqua Rite, SwimPure Plus, AquaRite 900, SwimPure Extreme, Mineral Springs, NatureSoft, AquaPlus, LeverEdge Guardian, Blue Essence, H40 systems and more. Please note that this model's individual components are not intended to be interchangeable between brands (ex: use of one brand’s electronics with another brand’s cell). CircuPool is not affiliated with Hayward Industries, Inc. The use of such trademarks herein is for informational purposes only, and the product(s) are not those of Hayward Industries Inc., but rather are simply compatible with the plumbing of referenced Hayward product (cell length & threads).

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Q: Will this unit work for above ground pools. My pool is 33' round with 54" walls

Asked by: Lightn - 2/8/2022
A: This model is commonly used with above ground pools. That size pool would work out to be about 29,000 gallons, the Universal55 would likely be a great choice to ensure that you have plenty of capacity. This model comes with both 2" and 1.5" pvc unions. Give us a call if you have more questions, happy to help go over your pool setup in more detail: 866-766-5243
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Answer provided by: Discount Salt Pool (2/8/2022)

Q: What is the max amp draw at 110V?

Asked by: Steven - 3/9/2022
A: It is rated for 2A at 120V
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Answer provided by: Andrew (3/10/2022)

Q: How much return line space is needed for the Universal 55 flow switch and cell?

Asked by: Lynn - 4/20/2022
A: You would want at least 16-20" of space all together. Alternatively, you can reduce how much space it takes down to about 8" by using this installation kit: https://www.discountsaltpool.com/circupool-vertical-installation-kit
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Answer provided by: Discount Salt Pool (4/20/2022)

Q: What is the maximum gpm for this SWG?

Asked by: Mfinlay04 - 7/6/2022
A: This does not have a max gpm requirement listed.
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Answer provided by: Stephen (7/6/2022)