Saline Generating Systems Breeze 540 (now CMP PowerClean) Replacement Salt Cell
Saline Generating Systems Breeze 540 (now CMP PowerClean) Replacement Salt Cell

Saline Generating Systems Breeze 540 (now CMP PowerClean) Replacement Salt Cell

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Part Number: SGSB540-RC
Retail Price:$549.00
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$499.00
5-Blade Replacement Cell for SGS Breeze / CMP PowerClean 40,000 Gallon Salt Systems
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Power: 1.35 lbs/day
5 Year Limited Warranty
10000 Hours Rated Lifespan
40000 Gallons Max Capacity
Saline Generating Systems offers replacement cells for its Breeze 540 Salt Chlorine Generators, for pools up to 40,000 gallons. With an available output of 1.35 pounds of chlorine a day you can rest assured of having plenty of capacity for your pool's sanitation requirements. Compatible with older SG3000 models.

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Q & A

Q: Can you use a 540 salt cell on a 320 power source?

Asked by: Mike - 3/31/2020
A: Yes, bigger is better so when a cell needs to be replaced its a good opportunity to upgrade.
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Answer provided by: Nathan (3/31/2020)

Q: I currently have a Breeze 540 and I need to replace the cell. Can I upgrade the Cell to a 760 without changing the rest of the system?

Asked by: Scott - 6/3/2020
A: No, unfortunately a 760 model requires a control unit with a larger transformer inside.
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Answer provided by: Nathan (6/3/2020)

Q: Does this work with a Blue Torrent Salt Water Chlorine Generator?

Asked by: jeffrey gamble - 6/9/2020
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Q: My pool is approximately 17,800 gallons. Will a 3 cell breeze salt cell be enough to take care of chlorinating my pool?

Asked by: Kenny Bean - 9/13/2020
A: If you currently have a Breeze 540, I would not put a 320 cell on your pool - that's a pretty big downgrade and it would put you right at its max capacity. More power is better - your salt system will work less hard to keep the pool clean, last longer, and you can turn it up higher to knock out problems when you eventually need it.
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Answer provided by: Doug (9/14/2020)