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CircuPool CORE-15 Salt Chlorine Generator
CORE-Series: compact, powerful, brilliantly simple

CircuPool CORE-15 Salt Chlorine Generator

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Part Number: CORE15
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CircuPool CORE15, Complete Salt Pool System with 8-Year Limited Warranty, for up to 15,000 gallon pools
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Power: 0.9 lbs/day
8 Year Limited Warranty
15000 Gallons Max Capacity

CircuPool CORE-15 electronic chlorine generator is an advanced, fourth-generation salt pool system. The CORE-15 salt chlorinator works with existing pump and filter systems to keep the swimming pool sparkling clear every day - without having to add chlorine. The CircuPool CORE-15 uses a very low salt level and makes the pool water silky soft to provide the ultimate swimming experience. Max capacity: 15,000 gallons.

The CircuPool CORE-15 salt system has a revolutionary integrated design: its Control Module, Electrolytic Cell, Flow Switch and sensors all fit together in a compact design that takes up a minimum amount of space. Better yet, its design is so simple that installation can be done in as little as 15 minutes, with no wiring required! Operation and maintenance are incredibly easy, making the CORE-15 a new customer favorite.

With it's available adapter kit, the CORE-15 will replace Hayward Aqua Rite and Pentair IntelliChlor systems without the need to replumb or rewire, making it a snap to upgrade your salt pool system!

  • USA Titanium Cell, with industry-best 8-Year Limited Warranty.
  • 4th-Generation system, combining the best in advanced technology with reliable, simple operation.
  • Revolutionary compact design allows for incredibly easy DIY installation.
  • Heavy-Duty, Weather-Proof construction with IP-66 Rated Protection.
  • Easily disassembles for maintenance or cell replacement.

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Q: Does the CircuPool Core 15 & Core 35 need to be connected to a 120v outlet or can it be connected to a Jandy Aqualink at the outside control box. I have a 22000 gallon in ground pool and I believe I would need the Core 35. I would do the $1 upgrade from the Core 15.

Asked by: Joe Blum - 3/17/2020
A: Good questions. The CORE comes prewired with a plug that lets it connect to an outlet, but the manual has instructions that give alternative wirings. You can remove the plug and hook it directly up to a relay, timer, or other circuit. The CORE can automatically handle either 240V or 120V, so you don't have to do anything to the unit to convert it's voltage.
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Answer provided by: Nathan (3/17/2020)

Q: What is the diameter of the pipe? Is there a way to connect this product to a 3 inch system? Thanks

Asked by: Gene - 4/12/2020
A: It has fittings for standard 2" ID PVC pipe. This is what a typical pool uses, and all salt chlorinators will come with fittings to match. If you truly do have something larger, you'd want to adapt it.
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Answer provided by: Nathan (4/12/2020)

Q: CIRCUPOOL CORE-15 Can it be provided for 240v ?

Asked by: Xavier A Bracco - 4/3/2020
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Q: How long does a cell last?

Asked by: steve - 4/8/2020
A: The answer for that is ultimately unique to everyone, depending on usage and environment. However, when sized right and maintained well a cell can outlast the warranty period.
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Answer provided by: Nathan (4/8/2020)

Q: I have a a Hayward cl200 in-line chlorinator. Wondering if id get lucky and this would fit into the fittings that my current chlorinator uses? I’m guessing not, but worth asking.

Asked by: Cberr - 6/22/2020
A: While the CORE model is very compact like your tablet dispenser, it doesn't use the exact same fittings as what you currently have plumbed in.
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Answer provided by: Nathan (6/23/2020)

Q: My pool is in ground about 28,000 gallons. Is is better to stay with the 35 or is bigger better? My thoughts are, if you go bigger, say the 55, then your putting less demand on the unit and the cell for desired chlorine output and it would in turn last longer and be more cost effective. Does this sound logical?

Asked by: Cberr - 6/22/2020
A: Yes absolutely, bigger capacity typically means a better value and a better experience. You can see more detail here:

https://www.discountsaltpool.com/What-Size-Salt-Pool-System-Is-Right-For-Me
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Answer provided by: Nathan (6/23/2020)