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    Intex Filter Pump and Salt System

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    Item # B3570

      This saltwater system is designed especially for Intex pools and keeps water clean and safe, while eliminating the harshness and hassles of using chlorine tablets. This all-in-one maintenance system offers easy pool care and sparkling pure water with no chemical smell or itchy red eyes. A cartridge filter pump micro-filters your water while ordinary salt is converted to pure chlorine and it’s all automatically controlled with a 24-hour digital timer!

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      • 110-120V with GFCI protection
      • Chlorine output: 5 Grams/Hour
      • Pump rate: 1,200 GPH
      • System Flow Rate: 1,050 GPH
      • Unionized hoses for easy disconnect
      • Self-cleaning cell
      • All digital controls
      • Weatherproof housing and controller

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      What size are the connection ports on this system?
      - 40mm connections, the standard for all Intex pools and accessories.
      What size pools can this system handle?
      - Above ground pools up to 7,000 gallons.
      Will this system work on my non-Intex above ground pool?
      - Only with A2650 or A2656 hose adaptor kits.
      Which Intex filter does this system require?
      - Intex cartridge A
      How many gallons per hour (GPH) does this pump move?
      - 1200 GPH
      How often do I need to add salt?
      - After the initial set up, salt will only need to be added after a loss of water. Small amounts of salt may be lost from splashing, so test regularly and add small amounts as necessary.
      - No salt will be lost through evaporation or sanitization alone.
      What voltage does this system run on?
      - 110/120V
      How long is the power cord?
      - 25 ft.
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