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CircuPool CORE-55 Salt Chlorine Generator
CORE-Series: compact, powerful, brilliantly simple

CircuPool CORE-55 Salt Chlorine Generator

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Part Number: CORE55
$1,499.00
CircuPool CORE55, Complete Salt Pool System with 8-Year Limited Warranty, for up to 55,000 gallon pools
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Power: 2.3 lbs/day
8 Year Limited Warranty
55000 Gallons Max Capacity

The CircuPool CORE-55 is an electronic chlorine generator featuring advanced fourth generation technology. 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 CORE salt system keeps your pool crystal clear everyday, and gives your water a silky soft feel for the ultimate swimming experience. Max capacity rating: 55,000 gallons.

With an integrated, compact design the CircuPool CORE-55 combines the Control Module, Electrolytic Cell, Flow Switch, and sensors all into a convenient package. It takes up minimal space and allows for incredibly easy installation and simple operation, all from the same spot. DIY-friendly install can take as little as 15 minutes!

With its available adapter kit, the CircuPool CORE-Series can also easily replace Hayward Aqua Rite and Pentair IntelliChlor systems, without the need for replumbing or extra rewiring (by using its included 110V power plug).

  • USA Titanium Cell, with industry-best 8-Year Limited Warranty.
  • 4th-Generation system, combining the best in advanced technology with streamlined 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 & A

Q: When used while plugged into a 110 outlet, do you need to unplug it before the pool pump cycles off or is it ok to leave it plugged in? Will the flow sensor be ok to turn the unit off and on?

Asked by: Rich - 3/24/2020
A: If you plug it in to an outlet, then yes the flow switch will activate/deactivate it according to when the pump is running or not.
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Answer provided by: Craig (3/24/2020)

Q: does the placement height matter in relation to the height of the filter and or heater inlet and outlet? Some chlorinators state the chlorinator must be higher than the heater filter inlet /outlet. My current tablet feeder is low on the equipment pad and I am looking to convert to a salt water pool. With that in mind, can this chlorinator take the place of my tablet feeder? Thank you

Asked by: Robbie - 5/14/2020
A: No, this model's height in relation to the filter/heater does not matter. It is a very similar size to most tablet feeders, and you want to put it in the same place, making it the last thing the water goes through before going back to thepool.
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Answer provided by: Nathan (5/14/2020)

Q: Does this item need to come off of the plumbing during the winter?

Asked by: Katie - 5/25/2019
A: Good question- no you don't. Like any of your pool equipment, you would just need to protect your plumbing from damage due to freezing water.
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Answer provided by: Nathan (5/25/2019)

Q: Is this chlorination reliable? We are replacing a Pentair. Can the Circupool 55 use the same power source as the Pentair IC - 40?

Asked by: Alex Floyd - 6/4/2019
A: Yes, I've had experience with it and I can tell you it's a very well made unit. This model automatically converts either 220v it 110v power, so yes you can hook it up to a timer or pump controls like the Pentair, or even easier just plug it into an outlet if one's available.
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Answer provided by: Nathan (6/4/2019)

Q: can this system be used on above ground pools?

Asked by: Raymond - 7/1/2019
A: Yes, these are commonly used on above-ground pools. You may just need pvc adapters from the hardware store depending on your plumbing size.
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Answer provided by: Alex (7/2/2019)

Q: I can't find the amps it uses for 110v and 220v?

Asked by: Ted - 7/9/2019
A: Very low - roughly 1.5 - 3 amps or less
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Answer provided by: Chris (7/9/2019)

Q: I am interested in the circupool core system but do not have an outlet near the equipment, do you have an installation demonstration that covers hardwiring the system?

Asked by: Beth - 3/28/2020
A: Yes, you can also easily hard-wire it. The system can automatically work with both 110V/220V. You can see more info beginning on page 15 here: https://www.circupool.com/assets/doc/CircuPool-CORE-Manual.pdf
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Answer provided by: Nathan (3/28/2020)

Q: What is the cell cleaning process, is muriatic acid used like cleaning the intelichlor generator

Asked by: Steve - 5/17/2020
A: Similar. You mix up the weak acid solution (1 part acid, four parts water) in the cleaning vessel that comes with this system. Then you simply lower this system's cell down into the cleaning vessel where you can let it soak until all mineral scaling is dissolved.
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Answer provided by: Nathan (5/17/2020)

Q: The system I plan on replacing has a pressure spring located in a pipe that goes around the salt generator. Do I have to keep this pressure spring with the instalation of a new CORE 35 Salt Generator?

Asked by: Ken S - 5/27/2020
A: No pressure regulator is required for this model.
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Answer provided by: Nathan (5/27/2020)

Q: Does it matter which way the water flows thru the CircuPool CORE-55 Salt Chlorine Generator? thanks

Asked by: johnny hobbs - 6/8/2020
A: No, the flow switch inside of it is bi-directional.
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Answer provided by: Nathan (6/8/2020)