Replacement Cell compatible with Pentair® IntelliChlor® IC20® 520554 Cells (Aftermarket Cell)
Replacement Cell compatible with Pentair® IntelliChlor® IC20® 520554 Cells (Aftermarket Cell)

Replacement Cell compatible with Pentair® IntelliChlor® IC20® 520554 Cells (Aftermarket Cell)

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Part Number: CFICGEN20-RC
Aftermarket replacement for IC20 cells
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Power: 1.1 lbs/day
2 Year Limited Warranty
10000 Hours Rated Lifespan
20000 Gallons Max Capacity

The generic replacement salt cell compatible with Pentair IntelliChlor® models is a great way to upgrade your salt chlorinator system while replacing your old Pentair salt cell. The generic IC20 makes 1.1 lbs/day of chlorine. Guaranteed compatibility when replacing your original OEM Intellichlor salt chlorine generator, delivering improved chlorination capacity so your equipment can run less, use less energy, and last longer!

Even better, the generic Pentair IntelliChlor replacement cell comes with an onboard digital controller that allows you to adjust chlorine output with a tap of a button, and displays the actual salinity in PPM! With this aftermarket replacement, you get more and pay less!

    Compatibility Guaranteed:
  • Pentair IntelliChlor IC20
  • Pentair Intelli-Chlor 20,000 Gallons
  • All IntellChlor 520556 Power Centers
  • Item IDs: 520554

The generic Pentair IC20 replacement salt cell is an affordable after-market option that can provide big savings over more expensive OEM Pentair IC-20 replacement cell. Plus it's an easy drop-in replacement with guaranteed compatible connections for the Pentair IC-20. The cell meets or exceeds factory specs and includes power adapter cord (standard 14') and unions compatible with the Intellichlor models.

Note: The generic IntelliChlor cell does not utilize a RS-485 or data connection for integration with automation systems like Pentair Intellitouch, Pentair Easy Touch®, Jandy® AquaLink®, Hayward® AquaLogic® and Hayward ProLogic®

Please note this item is not affiliated with Pentair Plc. The use of such trademarks herein is for informational purposes only, and the product(s) are not those of Pentair Plc, but rather are simply compatible with the referenced Pentair product.


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Q & A

Q: Will I need to do any work to put this in or need any tools?

Asked by: Luke - 9/27/2019
A: No, its basically plug and play. It connects to the pipes where the old one was with threaded connectors, and you hook it up to the power center with a cord just like your old one.
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Answer provided by: Denny (9/30/2019)

Q: I am looking to replace my pentair Intellichlor ic 15 which has a plug in to outlet- will this fit and is it compatible

Asked by: Jennifer - 5/18/2022
A: Unfortunately the IC15 uses a different power supply than the rest of the intellichlor series. The IC20 cell is meant to plug into the more heavy duty intellichlor power supply that hangs on the wall.
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Answer provided by: Brent (5/19/2022)

Q: will it work with the easy touch system

Asked by: Benardino romano - 8/1/2022
A: The cell cable has the same standard Pentair IntelliChlor cord connections to the power supply unit. These don't communicate with external controllers or RS485 data connections, but this isn't necessary for operation just for remote display/control.
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Answer provided by: Tom (8/1/2022)

Q: Can it replace ichlor30 on fittings side? Capacity wise I’m fine w 20k gallons.

Asked by: KK - 9/30/2021
A: The ichlor30 is shorter in length. If by chance your ichlor was installed using the ichlor-to-intellichlor adapter kit, you could remove that kit and it would hook right up. If not, then you would just cut out the old cell and plumb in the new cell (it comes with new fittings). Then connect it to the power center on the wall.
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Answer provided by: Jamie (9/30/2021)