Saline Generating Systems Breeze 760 Salt Chlorinator (CMP Powerclean Ultra)
Saline Generating Systems Breeze 760 Salt Chlorinator (CMP Powerclean Ultra)

Saline Generating Systems Breeze 760 Salt Chlorinator (CMP Powerclean Ultra)

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Part Number: SGSB760 -DRP
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CMP Powerclean Salt Ultra 760 Complete Salt Pool System with 3-Year Limited Warranty, for up to 60,000 gallon pools

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Power: 1.88 lbs/day
3 Year Limited Warranty
10000 Hours Rated Lifespan
60000 Gallons Max Capacity
Saline Generating Systems offers three innovative products for the sanitization of residential swimming pools: the Breeze 320, Breeze 540 and Breeze 760 Salt Chlorine Generators. The Breeze Series is proudly made in the USA, and designed with the consumer in mind with its simplicity of operation, dependability and increased longevity.

You will no longer have to experience dry, irritated skin, red burning eyes and that heavy chlorine smell due to by-products of typical chlorine sanitizing methods. With the Breeze Series Salt Chlorine Generator, your pool will be continually shocked by a much milder and safer type of free chlorine that will result in water that feels soft and luxurious.

Saline Generating Systems Breeze 760 is the first available to adequately handle pools up to 60,000 gallons. With an available output of 1.88 pounds of chlorine a day you can rest assured of having plenty of capacity for your pool's sanitation requirements.

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Q: We have 40 degree seawater will this unit work at 40 degrees???

Asked by: Wenable - 1/22/2019
A: To my knowledge, there isn't a salt chlorinator out there that's meant to work in such cold water. It's part of the physics/chemistry of the process. The flip side of that coin is that such cold pool water typically doesn't need much or possibly any chlorination. With such high salinity of seawater however (10x more than in a pool), that may play a role in counteracting the cold water. You might want to call and talk to someone since this sounds like a unusual situation.
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Answer provided by: David (1/23/2019)

Q: Should l leave my breeze Chlorinator on all the time and should it read positive or negative. I currently have it on at 50% and it reads (light on) + polarity?

Asked by: Todd - 4/28/2020
A: You should only leave it on for as long as your pool pump is running; on average that is 8-12 hours for most people, but it depends on your pool's needs. Adjust the percentage up or down according to how much your chlorine your pool needs (keep it between 1-3 ppm free chlorine). Polarity will alternate between + and - automatically, that's normal and there is no functional difference.
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Answer provided by: Nathan (4/28/2020)