The Turbo Cell is connected to the electronic control via a plug in cord and is simply plumbed into the return pipe to the pool. The Turbo Cell can also be installed vertically or horizontally to accommodate any pools plumbing. The filter pump pushes the water through the Turbo Cell where fresh chlorine is produced and then evenly disperses the pure fresh filtered water throughout the pool via the return jets. It couldn\'t be easier, more effective or trouble free.
- Turbo Cell The Secret to Controlled Chlorination
- Unique offset design amplifies chlorine production & efficiency
- The Turbo Cell\'s turbulent flow pattern ensures peak performance
- Turbo charged with fast scrubbing action to speed purification & maximize longevity
- Quick & easy installation with performance boosting minimal flow restrictions
- Harnesses electrolytic co-generation safely & cost effectively
Turbo Cell Maintenance Tips
Cell cleaning frequency is dependent on several factors. pH and calcium levels in the water are the two that have the greatest effect on how often the cell requires cleaning.
Maintaining pH at the levels recommended in the Operating Instructions (7.2 - 7.8) should result in cell cleaning 3-4 times a year in areas with hard water. Cells can be cleaning less frequently in soft water areas.
The cell will require maintenance when the "Inspect Cell" light is either flashing or is on solid and the salt level is confirmed to be above 2500 part per million.
Procedure for cleaning Turbo Cell
- Turn Filter pump off.
- Remove the AquaRite Turbo Cell from its position in the plumbing by loosening the unions on both ends of the cell.
- You will need a small plastic bucket (6 - 8" opening), water and muriatic acid. (Picture A)
- Fill the bucket with 3 - 4"of water. (Picture B)
- Set the Turbo Cell, on end, in the bucket of water. (Picture C)
- Add 1 - 1 1/2" of muriatic to the water in the bucket. Let the cell sit in this solution for 5-10 minutes. (Picture D)
- Turn the cell over and let the other end sit in the solution for 5 - 10 minutes. You will be submersing the cord, which will not be affected by the mild acid solution. (Picture E)
Look in both ends of the cell to confirm calcium deposits are removed. If not, repeat cleaning procedure.
- Rinse cell with fresh water and replace in plumbing line. Hand tighten unions before restoring power to filter pump.