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CircuPool CORE-35 Salt Chlorine Generator
CORE-Series: compact, powerful, brilliantly simple

CircuPool CORE-35 Salt Chlorine Generator

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Part Number: CORE35
$1,289.00
CircuPool CORE35, Complete Salt Pool System with 8-Year Limited Warranty, for up to 35,000 gallon pools
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Power: 1.4 lbs/day
8 Year Limited Warranty
35000 Gallons Max Capacity

CircuPool CORE-35 electronic chlorine generator is an advanced, fourth-generation salt pool system. The CORE-35 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-35 uses a very low salt level and makes the pool water silky soft to provide the ultimate swimming experience. Max capacity: 35,000 gallons.

The CircuPool CORE-35 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-35 a new customer favorite.

With it's available adapter kit, the CORE-35 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: 1. I have a pool of about 20,000 gallons. Is it possible to use the CircuPool CORE-35 Salt Chlorine Generator system? 2. How often and how to clean the CircuPool CORE-35 Salt Chlorine Generator?

Asked by: Nick - 4/22/2019
A: I put one on a similar size pool and its working great. I would say it needs cleaning once ever 6-8 weeks or so? But it depends on water chemistry.
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Answer provided by: David (5/27/2019)

Q: Can the CORE35 be used for an above ground pool?

Asked by: Chris - 5/27/2019
A: Yes, the CORE models are used frequently on above ground pools. The only difference for some people is your plumbing size, which can be adapted if needed with standard PVC adapter fittings from your local hardware store.
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Answer provided by: Nathan (5/27/2019)

Q: What are the main differences between the RJ-30 Plus and Core-35 (aside from size and warranty)?

Asked by: Jason - 1/8/2020
A: Great question. The CORE is the most compact, easy to use, & easy to install system with more advanced electronics and sensors. Its control module, cell, and flow switch are all integrated into a single unit (which you can take apart easily for service or replacement). The RJ models have will give you lots of power and lifespan (the two most important things) for the money, and have long been a customer favorite. Its controller hangs on the wall, and it does have lots of different settings and diagnostics. Its cell and controller get installed independently in the plumbing. Let us know if you have more questions or just call for faster service.
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Answer provided by: Discount Salt Pool (1/8/2020)

Q: What is the power cord length?

Asked by: Andrew - 5/14/2019
A: The power cord is a little over 5' and can be extended if needed.
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Answer provided by: Nathan (5/14/2019)

Q: Where is the installation manual for this? I run my pump 24/7. Can i hardwire so that there is power to the unit only when the pump is on? Amanda

Asked by: Amanda - 6/29/2019
A: Yes, you can choose to hardwire it so that it is only powered when the pump is. The manual is linked here: https://www.circupool.com/assets/doc/CircuPool-CORE-Manual.pdf
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Answer provided by: Discount Salt Pool (7/2/2019)

Q: Is a bypass fitting available for this unit? If not, can I build my own using the male ends from standard 2" pvc unions?

Asked by: Marc - 12/30/2019
A: Yes there is a cap that you can order that lets you take out the cell cartridge and control head. The threads on the male housing unions for the plumbing isn't likely to have an off-the-shelf match.
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Answer provided by: Nathan (12/30/2019)

Q: Can this unit be used with a Pentair VS pump?

Asked by: Carl Fuller - 10/11/2019
A: Yes, it is frequently used with Pentair variable speed pumps. The pump brand does not really matter.
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Answer provided by: Nathan (10/11/2019)

Q: If using a variable speed pump which uses its on control board, how does the Salt generator come on and detect that the pump is on if it is connected to an external GFCI outlet?

Asked by: FK - 12/29/2019
A: The system uses a flow switch to activate itself and deactivate itself depending on when your pump is programmed to start/stop. This is standard for most newer salt chlorine generators.
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Answer provided by: Nathan (12/30/2019)

Q: Do you have the 1.5” reducers? My lines are 1.5”

Asked by: Shannon - 1/19/2020
A: That is something you would want to get at the hardware store - its an off-the-shelf item and very cheap.
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Answer provided by: Nathan (1/20/2020)

Q: How long is power chord? Also my unit comes out of the pool heater and runs parallel to ground. Will I need to raise this line to install . I can send pics if needed. Pool is 46k gallons. in ground

Asked by: Doug Chapin - 3/4/2020
A: The power cord is about 6ft, and can easily be extended if needed. I would estimate needing about 3-4" of space below the piping for the tail of this unit to extend down, so if your return pipe is sitting right on the ground you'd want to lift it just a bit.
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Answer provided by: Nathan (3/4/2020)