Clearwater RC-50, Pool Ionization System with ScaleBlaster
Clearwater RC-50, Pool Ionization System with ScaleBlaster

Clearwater RC-50, Pool Ionization System with ScaleBlaster

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Part Number: RC-50
$1,095.00
Clearwater RC-50 Residential Pool Ionization up to 50,000 gallons with built in ScaleBlaster
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5 Year Limited Warranty
50000 Gallons Max Capacity
Mineral Ionization with ScaleBlaster
NSF Rated
The finest mineral ionization system in the world. Features LCD screen with 120 precise settings for ease of use. Unique flow-cell assembly allows for visual inspection of the electrodes and easy change-out without any tools. As an added bonus, the unit includes a built-in ScaleBlaster® that will remove and prevent limes scale buildup in pipes, pool equipment and pool walls. NSF Standard 50 approved, UL, CUL listed. NASA licensed technology.


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Q: Is this compatible with an existing salt pool system?

Asked by: Crystal - 4/24/2023
A: According to the manufacturer, if the pool was using chlorine, it is all right to go ahead and install the MineralPURE, as the two work together fine. Remember that a salt pool is just a pool that uses an electronic chlorine generator. In fact, the manufacturer states that some chlorine should be in the pool until the system takes over. If used in tandem, be sure lower the chlorine generator output as needed.

However, if you are aiming to have a complete chlorine-free alternative pool system (suggested to be combined with an ozone generator) and will be removing the chlorine generator, the manufacturer recommends the water should be drained at least 3/4 of the way and refilled with new water to lower the water's TDS as much as possible.
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Answer provided by: Discount Salt Pool (4/24/2023)

Q: How long should the ionizer electrode plates last and how do you know when to replace them?

Asked by: Crystal - 4/24/2023
A: According to the manufactureer, MineralPURE Ionizer should last about 1-5 years depending on your pool size, length of swimming season, water temperature and how well the water was balanced (ion level, pH, etc.).

Regarding end of life, it may be time to replace them if the LCD display reads a warning to "Check Electrodes". However, the the electrodes should be inspected or cleaned first. If after inspecting, the electrodes appear thin and worn out, they will need to be replaced.
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Answer provided by: Discount Salt Pool (4/24/2023)

Q: I have the Clearwater MineralPURE RC-50 scaleblaster. I just had the pool redone and they have installed a clearblue Chlorinator. Is it good to use the chlorinator with the ionizer?

Asked by: Fanny - 3/9/2024
A: If you are not intending to operate a chlorine-free pool, then you can certainly combine a saltwater chlorinator with the Clearwater RC-50 Pool Ionization System with ScaleBlaster.
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Answer provided by: Steve (3/11/2024)