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What Should My Pool Chlorinator Be Set On?

One of the major techniques of keeping your pool clean is by using a pool chlorinator. Currently, there is a wide range of chlorinator options. So, before settling for one, it would be best if you analyzed all your pool needs. Additionally, once you purchase a chlorinator, you have to take good care of it. Otherwise, you’d end up spending a fortune on pool repairs. But what level should you set your pool chlorinator?

What Should My Pool Chlorinator Be Set On?

Setting your pool chlorinator levels #

On average, a healthy pool contains approximately 1ppm to 3ppm levels of chlorine. So add the right amount of chlorine tablets, liquid, or gas to your chlorinator. Then, please set it to run at a specific rate. Ensure that you set a rate that maintains the right amount of chlorine in your pool. But it would help if you keep checking the chlorine levels in your pool. If you notice you have excessive chlorine, dilute the pool. On the flip side, if you have low levels of chlorine, you can always increase your chlorinator’s functioning rate. Always check on the pool chlorinator to ensure it doesn’t run out of chlorine.

Step by step process of how to set up a pool chlorinator #

Step one: Turn off your pool pump #

The first thing when setting it would be to turn off your pool pump. Remember, you’re trying to keep everyone around the house safe. So, switch off the pool pump for safety.

Step two: The pool chlorinator valve #

The next step would be to switch off the control valve of your chlorinator. Doing this enables you to eliminate any water or fumes in the pool chlorinator. Do not turn on the valve until after one to two minutes.

Step three: Chlorinator feeder #

It’s now time to have a look at the feeder. Pull out the feeder from the chlorinator and check if it’s in good condition. Be careful while doing this. The feeder contains leftover chlorine fumes that may pose a danger to your health. So, ensure that you leave some space between you and the feeder to avoid inhaling any chlorine fumes. If you find it difficult to remove the chlorine feeder, use a lever to twist the cap.

Step four: Insert chlorine tablets #

After you make sure the chlorine feeder is in good shape, insert chlorine tablets in the feeder. Then place it back in the chlorinator and tighten the cap.

Step seven: Run the pump #

Switch on the pool pump so that the pool can start running again. Ensure that the pool chlorinator is set to maintain the required chlorine levels in the pool.

The bottom line #

Ultimately, you should set your pool chlorinator to maintain the correct chlorine levels in your pool. Otherwise, you would lower your pool pH due to too much chlorine.

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