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Pentair Intellichlor IC40 Electronic Chlorine Generator
Pentair Intellichlor IC40 Electronic Chlorine Generator

Pentair Intellichlor IC40 Electronic Chlorine Generator

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Part Number: PEN-IC40-DRP
Retail Price:$1,399.00
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Pentair Intellichlor IC40 Complete Salt Pool System with 1-Year Limited Warranty, for up to 40,000 gallon pools

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Power: 1.4 lbs/day
60-Day / 1 Year Limited Warranty
8000 Hours Rated Lifespan
40000 Gallons Max Capacity
Electrolytic chlorine generation is the easiest, most effective and convenient way to keep pool water sparkling clean. The IntelliChlor® Salt Chlorine Generator uses common table salt to produce all the chlorine your pool needs, right in your pool—safely, effectively and automatically. Same sanitation performance as manual chlorine addition without the drawbacks. No need to buy, transport and store expensive chlorine compounds. No more odor, stinging eyes and irritated skin. IC40 salt chlorinator, for up to 40,000 gallons.

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Q: I have an ic 40 520555 and am showing no green or red lights when my system is turned on. Do i need to replace the generator or just the cell? both are going on their 3rd summer. Thanks

Asked by: Scott - 5/7/2018
A: I would recommend checking the fuse underneath the power center. If that doesn't fix it, it could be a more serious electronics problem. But even if it's not the cell, I would give you a heads up that based on my experience, three years is fairly deep into that system's cell lifespan, just so you can make a better decision about what you want to do.
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Answer provided by: Jason (5/8/2018)

Q: For this price, does that include both the Cell and the Power Supply?

Asked by: Bob W - 4/17/2017
A: Yes, this is the complete Pentair IntelliChlor electronic chlorine generator system. It includes both the Cell and Power Supply.
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Answer provided by: Nathan (4/18/2017)

Q: what is warrentry for this ?

Asked by: phil - 6/5/2017
A: Pentair saltwater systems are warrantied for 60 days, unless a Pentair technician installs them and then they have a 2-year limited warranty
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Answer provided by: Trevor (6/5/2017)

Q: Can this unit be wired to 220?

Asked by: Sam - 9/11/2017
A: Yes, the Intellichlor can be wired for both 110V and 220V (which is standard - 220V is what most pool equipment uses).
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Answer provided by: Chris (9/12/2017)

Q: What cell version does the IC 40 have, thanks?

Asked by: Brian - 4/8/2018
A: Other than US or Canada models, Pentair doesn't have different cell versions. This is part 520555, US version of the IntelliChlor IC40 replacement salt cell. If you still have a question about it, just give us a call at 866-766-5243 and we can help give you all your options.
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Answer provided by: Discount Salt Pool (4/9/2018)

Q: Can the unit be installed on a vertical pipe or does it have to be horizontal?

Asked by: MD - 5/20/2018
A: Yes, it can be oriented either way
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Answer provided by: Barry (5/21/2018)

Q: I have a Pentair IC40 Chlorine Generator. The lights aren't coming on and I'm thinking it is the fuse. What type of fuse do I need?

Asked by: John - 6/13/2018
A: The intellichlor takes a 10A fuse.
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Answer provided by: Juan (6/13/2018)

Q: I have 2.5-inch piping. Will installing this 2-inch model restrict flow?

Asked by: BB - 6/10/2019
A: Piping is measured by the "inner diameter" of the pipe, and standard sizes would be 1.5", 2", and in rare circumstances 3".
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Answer provided by: Luke (6/12/2019)