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The CircuPool CORE-55 is an electronic chlorine generator featuring advanced fourth-generation technology.
The CircuPool CORE-55 Designed to work with your existing pump and filter systems, the CORE Series operates at very low salt levels to produce a constant stream of free chlorine in your pool. The CircuPool CORE-55 salt system keeps your pool crystal clear every day, and gives your water a silky soft feel for the ultimate swimming experience. Max capacity rating: 55,000 gallons.
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The Control Module for the CircuPool CORE-55 is a weatherproof unit integrated inline with the cell, with a touch sensitive control keypad and LED indicators. Digital controls will display your current settings and chosen chlorine output.
You can increase or decrease chlorine output through the Control Module, or activate a chlorine boost. The advanced system diagnostics will alert you when you need to add more salt or clean the cell. These diagnostics also provide information about the water flow, cell replacement, and Control Module electronics status.
The CircuPool CORE-55 Control Module also comes standard with a built-in power supply cord, with 110V plug for easy installation. The digital switch-mode power supply automatically converts 220V, allowing for direct wiring to a timer, relay, or other power source. The Control Module is mounted to the cell with a threaded connection that allows for easy removal during service.
The cell for the CircuPool CORE-55 features a clear housing, removable titanium electrode plates, and built-in Flow Switch and sensors. The titanium plates are easily removed for cleaning the system with an included cleaning vessel, or when replacing the cell.
The CORE cell housing also comes with threaded connections on each end and 2” slip-fittings unions which will attach to the existing return-line PVC plumbing. The clear cell housing makes it easy to see the chlorine generation process in action or to check inside the cell before servicing it.
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