Clearwater R-40, Pool Ionization System
Clearwater R-40, Pool Ionization System

Clearwater R-40, Pool Ionization System

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Part Number: R-40
$695.00
Clearwater R-40, Residential Pool Ionization System up to 40,000 gallons, includes test kit, user-friendly electrode assembly
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5 Year Limited Warranty
40000 Gallons Max Capacity
Economically priced model can handle up to 40,000 gallons of water. Features LED light readouts for easy monitoring of alternating electrode indicators. Control knob has five settings in addition to “OFF”. Easy to view, self-contained electrode chamber is out of the direct flow of the water for long lasting results. Package includes flow cell chamber, PVC fittings and test kit. Durable weatherproof enclosure. NASA licensed technology.


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FAQ

Q: How long will the MineralPURE R-40 Ionizer electrode last?

Asked by: Crystal - 4/24/2023
A: According to the manufacturer, the ionizer electrode should last about 1-5 years depending on your pool size, the length of your swimming season, water temperature and how well the water was balanced (ion level, pH, etc.)
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Answer provided by: Discount Salt Pool (4/24/2023)

Q: I know the electrode for the ionizer only lasts 1 year, but how long does the whole system last?

Asked by: Janie - 7/13/2023
A: Beside the ionizer electrode, the system itself is essentially just the electronic controls. These are low voltage and housed in a weatherproof enclosure, so there is nothing about it that is really designed to wear out. Its lifespan would really be indefinite. The ionizer electrode in comparison is consumable - it wears its self out as it works, and is easily replaced.
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Answer provided by: Kyle (7/13/2023)