Waterco Hydrochlor 30A Salt Chlorinator

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  • Ezy Timer
  •  Energy Saving Winter Mode
  • Precision Chlorine Production
  • Super Chlorination Function
  • Self Cleaning, Electrolytic Cell
  • Battery Backup

The main function of a salt chlorinator like the Hydrochlor is producing the chlorine that keeps the pool/spa water sanitise. Pool/spa water, containing dissolved salt, pass over the salt cell that splits the salt into its basics components, one of them chlorine. A salt-water chlorinated pool requires much less attention than a chlorine pool. A salt water pool provides a more comfortable swimming environment. Salt water feels better and is less irritating to the body than standard chlorinated water.

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  • Easy to Program

Hydrochlor  features an easy to use analogue timer. Just move the tappets to either the on or off position to program the chlorinator.

  • Battery Back Up

Hydrochlor include a battery that allows timer to “remember” the latest setup in case of power failure (or a slave type operation), or in systems where repeated power cuts occur, such as Queensland’s Tariff 33 system.

  • Low Maintenance

Hydrochlor Self Cleaning Salt Cell has the added ability to reverse voltage polarity to clean calcium build-up off its electrodes.

  • Cell Protection

Hydrochlor includes a salt cell protection mechanism. The chlorine production will stop whenever it’s detected a no flow condition.


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The Hydrochlor is plumbed directly in-line with the pool equipment, typically after the heater.

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Is there a difference between ‘salt chlorinator’ chlorine and ‘normal’ chlorine?

A salt chlorinator makes chlorine the same way a chlorine factory does. The difference is that it is manufactured in your pool. Liquid chlorine is approximately 12.5% pure, whereas Hydrochlor’s chlorine is 100% pure.

Will I ever need to add standard pool chlorine again?

From time to time it may become necessary to add some chlorine to the pool. This may be due to heavy rain or if the chlorine level needs to be shocked back up.

Does the salt damage pool equipment? No. Low levels of salt have relatively insignificant corrosive effects on pool fittings and equipment.

How do I get started? It’s easy! After installing your salt chlorinator, you simply add the recommended amount of salt to your pool and choose your desired chlorine level. How much salt will I need? 1 kg of salt in 1,000 litres of water raises the salt level by 1000ppm. Therefore, 420 kg of salt will raise a 70,000 litres pool from 0 ppm to 6,000 ppm.

What type of salt should I use? High purity salt, it is important that the salt does not contain additives. Any common salt (like table salt) usually has an additive that may have staining p

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Product Specifications:

2 year warranty on both cell and power pack