ControlOMatic - ChlorMaker Spa Chlorine Generator
ControlOMatic - ChlorMaker Spa Chlorine Generator

ControlOMatic - ChlorMaker Spa Chlorine Generator

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ChlorMaker Hot Tub Sanitation System - Natural Salt Chlorine Generator

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Power: 0.07 lbs/day
1 Year Limited Warranty
7000 Hours Rated Lifespan
1000 Gallons Max Capacity

ControlOMatic ChlorMaker salt chlorine generators are specifically designed to retrofit any brand of hot tub or spa up to 1000 gallons.

Sometimes, using a full-size saltwater pool system isn't an option for many spas, so the spa-style ChlorMaker chlorine generator is designed to be a very easy to install and does not interfere with the current plumbing or electronics: simply add salt, place in the water, and turn it on. The control unit plugs into a standard 110v GFCI outlet and attaches to the spa's skirt in just minutes.

The ChlorMaker is plug-and-play! However, if you're looking for a concealed installation, the ChlorMaker Inline option allows the system to be connected to your existing pump/filter system and remain out of sight. Important: inline operation should be used with continuous pump operation or where power can be coordinated to turn pump and salt system on and off together. The Chlormaker can also be utilized as a hot tub and spa saltwater bromine generator, for spas that currently use manual bromine sanitation

Why convert to salt? Because of the higher temperatures involved, the chemical balance of a hot tub must be continuously maintained in order to stay safe. Keeping up with spa and hot tub maintenance can be a challenge - forgetting to add chlorine or bromine just once can lead to cloudy, smelly spa problems. Even conventional chlorine feeder systems run out! Instead, Controlomatic ChlorMaker spa salt chlorinators allow you to automatically and consistently ensure crystal clear water without buying or adding anymore traditional chlorine or bromine. Using a very low level of natural salt, the ChlorMaker continuously sanitizes the water while eliminating the harsh chemical odors. That means a luxurious & natural experience when you soak in the hot tub, and worry-free & cost-effective maintenance along the way.

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Q: What would be the best set up for salt water in hot tub aquaterra spa 21 jets 230 volt/ 250 gallons H2O? Thank,

Asked by: Bea - 11/18/2017
A: This model would work for your size spa. You could also use the TechniChlor model which is a little less expensive, although this model has better controls.
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Answer provided by: Sarah (11/18/2017)

Q: my spa is outside and see some harh elements in the winter.Is the controller on the outside of the tub can handle the elements that wisconsin weather.snow rain and ect.i have a 500 gal cal spa which is my best option to convert to salt water?

Asked by: ray - 6/15/2018
A: While the controller is outdoor-grade equipment, ControlOMatic states in their manual that you would want to bring the controller in once temperatures get below 32F. The controller is very easy to mount, so it should be pretty simple to bring it in if needed.

Here is a copy of the manual for more details:
https://www.discountsaltpool.com/assets/doc/Controlomatic-Chlormaker-Owners_Manual.pdf
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Answer provided by: Discount Salt Pool (6/15/2018)

Q: We have a portable hot tub . Would one of these systems work to convert it to a salt water tub?

Asked by: Deb - 8/26/2018
A: Yes since this just drapes over the side that should be easy. It's max capacity is 1000 gallons which I would imagine you are well under.
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Answer provided by: Chris (8/27/2018)

Q: When you use spa with the chlorine generator do you unplug unit are just lay it running are just lay it out of the spa onto the ground?

Asked by: Tim McCartney - 5/23/2019
A: You can do either or just leave it, its very easy to use.
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Answer provided by: Aaron (5/24/2019)

Q: If I purchase this item do I need to purchase any additional items to use it?

Asked by: CJ - 6/30/2019
A: Just a small amount of salt to put in the water.
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Answer provided by: Nathan (7/2/2019)

Q: how much Titanium is released into the tub as the rods degrade over the years

Asked by: Michael Cirivello - 5/14/2020
A: Based on my experience that's not how the technology works, and I don't think that would happen in any measurable quality.
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Answer provided by: Nathan (5/14/2020)

Q: Does this truly only have a 1000 gallon capacity? Seems strange as the next one has a 12000 gallon capacity.

Asked by: Keith Raines - 6/10/2020
A: Controlomatic's maximum rated capacity for this model is a 1000 gallon hot tub or spa. Other models may have more or less chlorine output and used in applications with different environments. (The temperature and amount of use of hot tubs can require more sanitation than you might realize).
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Answer provided by: Robert (6/10/2020)

Q: what do you do with the chlormaker cell before you go into your spa, do you unplug it or just take it out and lay it on something with it still pluged in?

Asked by: Daniel Joscher - 6/22/2020
A: You can easily turn it off on its control pad, and if desired you can take it out as well.
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Answer provided by: Jeremiah (6/23/2020)