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Dive G1 Salt Pool System (Discontinued)
Dive G1 - Turbine-Powered Salt Chlorinator

Dive G1 Salt Pool System (Discontinued)

Availability: Discontinued
Part Number: DIVE-G1
Retail Price:$1,459.00
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$1,299.00
Self-Powered Saltwater Chlorinator
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Power: 0.3-0.7 lbs/day
3/1 Year Limited Warranty
10000 Hours Rated Lifespan
12-30000 Gallons Max Capacity
State-of-the-Art Turbine Generates Its Own Power

The Dive G1 is the only salt chlorination system that uses a turbine to generate power - that means no wires! The complete kit comes with everything you need to install it but a hacksaw to cut your PVC pipe.

Simply install the Dive salt cell (it's easy using the included cutting template), add the salt to your pool, then relax as the system generates free chlorine. You can also raise and lower its chlorine output and check its status from anywhere using the system's WiFi connection to the salt system's app on your cell phone.

The Dive salt chlorinator uses the world's most efficient miniature turbine to convert the water flow from your pool pump into electricity, which powers the conversion of salt in the pool into chlorine. Greater flow means greater chlorination power - but that doesn't mean you need to run your pump continuously to use the Dive chlorinator. The controls allow you to adjust the chlorine production levels up or down to suit your pool conditions.

Manufacturer Sizing Recommendations (based on turbine flow rate)

For pools with a minimum flow rate of 30 gallons per minute (1HP and smaller single-speed pumps)
- 12,000 gallon maximum pool size*

For pools with a minimum flow rate of 35 gallons per minute (most 1HP single-speed pumps)
- 20,000 gallon maximum pool size*

For pools with flow rates above 40 gallons per minute (1.5HP single-speed pumps and up)
- 30,000 gallon maximum pool size*

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Q: My pool is very far away from my circuit panel. Am I reading this correctly that this system has no wires?

Asked by: Larry - 8/9/2018
A: That is correct! This system is completely self-contained and doesn't require any electrical hook ups. It is the only system that generates its power from the flow of water going through your pool return plumbing.
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Answer provided by: Discount Salt Pool (8/10/2018)

Q: How far away from my house can this get installed and it still connects to wifi?

Asked by: Debbie R. - 8/22/2018
A: That might depend on the strength of your wifi from your router and any walls, doors, appliances, fences, trees, etc... or anything else that might block the wifi signal by the time it reaches your pool's equipment pad. A rough way to check that would be to see if your cell phone can still get a wifi signal that far away. A wifi connection is not necessarily required for the salt chlorinator to operate.
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Answer provided by: Discount Salt Pool (8/24/2018)

Q: Will this replace a Goldline Turbo Tcell15?

Asked by: Arnold Brantley - 9/5/2018
A: You may be able to, but this cell is not the same length or threads that would make it a direct replacement without changing your plumbing - if that is what you are asking. You should also check your pool's size to see if this system is powerful enough.
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Answer provided by: Nathan (9/6/2018)

Q: What is the name or number of the o rings ..they are two different sizes of dive smart sanitizer G1 and where I can buy

Asked by: Mariana - 5/7/2020
A: Unfortunately Dive discontinued their models. They have posted this information on their website: "Please reach our team toll free at 1-866-554-1715 or by emailing us at [email protected]"
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