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    Hayward Chemical Feeders for In-Ground Pools

    AUTOMATICALLY CHLORINATE OR BROMINATE YOUR POOL!

    Swimming pool chemical feeders help you to keep your pool in the best condition possible. With automatic pool chemical feeders the work of pool maintenance is done for you.
    • Automatically add chlorine or bromine to your pool
    • Load with up to 9 lbs of chlorine or bromine tablets or sticks
    • Sanitize pools up to 40,000 gallons
    • Easily adjust the rate of distribution for the needs of your pool
    • NSF-approved.
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      • Item: # E6015 In-Ground Chlorine Feeder In-Line $99.99
        NOTE: Union Connectors (sold below) are required to install this feeder.

        NOTE: Off-line model pictured above
      • Item: # E6020 In-Ground Chlorine Feeder Off-Line (free standing) $110.99
        Chlorine feeder treats up to 40,000 gallons.
      • Item: # E6030 In-Ground Bromine Feeder Off-Line (free standing) $109.99
        Bromine feeder treats up to 20,000 gallons.
      • Item: # ZHAY0172 S x S Union Connectors $14.99
        For use with in-ground/in-line chlorinators
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      Keeping your pool chemicals in balance is one of the most important aspects of pool maintenance. Regulating proper pH and alkalinity levels as well as the prevention of algae, bacteria, and viruses are all vital functions of pool chemicals. As you can see, it is critical to maintain the balance of pool chemicals in order to ensure safe, clean, and clear swimming water. In ground pool chemical feeders automatically delivers various chemicals to your pool saving you valuable pool maintenance time. Selecting the best swimming pool chemical feeder for your pool shouldn’t be too difficult. 1. Research the types of chemical feeders for in-ground pools. Most feeders fit into your pool’s filtration system but some simply float in your pool water. 2. Ask your pool-owning friends about their favorite automatic pool chemical feeders and watch these feeders in action. 3. Talk to the experts about which in ground pool chemical feeders they recommend. 4. Remember that in ground pool chemical feeders for private and public pools are not the same. The pool in your yard should work well with a regular capacity chemical feeder.

      Learn More About Chlorine Feeders
      HAYWARD AUTOMATIC CHLORINE FEEDERS

      The easy, economical and professional way to chlorinate your pool - automatically. Hayward's efficient, corrosion-proof automatic feeders install easily on new or existing pools or spas and hold up to 9 lbs. of large or small Tri-Chlor slow dissolving tablets or sticks - enough to provide a three week supply of chlorine sanitizer for large pool and longer for smaller pools. The easy to use integral dial control valve lets you accurately adjust the rate of chlorination needed to keep your pool sparkling pure and inviting.

      FEATURES:
      • Easy-Lok Cover Assembly has thread-assist mechanism to provide dependable sealing plus convenient access for adding tablets or sticks.

      • Chlorine Chamber has extra large capacity to meet the requirements of all sizes and types of pools. Corrosion-proof, versatile design accommodates large or small slow-dissolve tablets or sticks.

      • Dial Regulating Valve is easy to use and lets you control and adjust the rate of feed for your pool's variable requirements and chlorine demand.

      • Feeder Tube provides controlled outlet flow of highly concentrated chlorinated water plus serves as an auto air relief to expel entrapped air from the chlorine chamber.

      • Versatility for new or existing pools. Select either direct in-line or off-line unit to make installation easy for your pool or spa system.
      CAUTION: Hayward automatic chlorine feeders are designed to use only Trichloro-S-Triazinetrione tablets (or sticks) - slow dissolving type.



      Off-Line Chemical Feeder Installation





      Learn More About Bromine Feeders
      HAYWARD AUTOMATIC BROMINE FEEDER

      The Easy, Professional Way to Sanitize your Pool or Spa.


      Efficient and maintenance-free, these durable feeders are ideal for new or existing pools or spas and work automatically with your pump and filter system.

      They range in size from the economical spa feeder that holds 4 lbs. of bromine, to the commercials sized model with a huge 70 lb. capacity, providing a wide selection for spas and pools up to 100,000 gallons. The large capacity design supplies enough bromine reserve for up to three weeks of operation... or longer.

      All models have an easy-to-use dial control valve to let you accurately adjust the rate of feed to keep your pool or spa sparkling pure and inviting.

      FEATURES:
      • Easy Access Cover Thread-in one-piece cover provides dependable sealing and access for adding tablets. Large models have a see-thru cover for extra convenience.

      • Bromine Chamber Extra large capacity to provide a reserve of bromine to meet the requirements of all size and types of pools or spas up to 100,000 gallons. Versatile design accommodates a variety of tablet sizes.

      • Regulating Valve Easy-to-use calibrated dial lets you control and adjust the rate of feed for your pool or spa's variable needs.

      • Outlet Standpipe Provides bottom-to-top flow for efficient circulation of concentrated brominated water, and automatically expels any entrapped air from the chamber. Top overflow design helps keep foreign residue from entering the system.

      • Check Valve Self-cleaning ball check valve assures trouble-free venting and prevents system back flow.

      • Drain Plug. Standard feature on larger units allows for winter draining or servicing.




      Off-Line Chemical Feeder Installation





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