CompuPool CPSC Salt Water Chlorinator

CompuPool
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Salt Water Chlorinator
$725.00
The Compupool CPSC Series is a high-performance salt water chlorination system that lets you enjoy perfectly clear po...
$725.00

The Compupool CPSC Series is a high-performance salt water chlorination system that lets you enjoy perfectly clear pool water without the use of harsh chemicals. It is a safe, clean, easy alternative to dosing your pool with dangerous and expensive chemicals.

 

Features Of the Compupool CPSC

  • Australian Made

  • 3500 P.P.M. salt

  • LCD digital display 

  • LED indicator lights

  • High and low salt fault lights

  • No flow sensor and fault light

  • Self regulating function if salt content is too high

  • Fully weather protected

  • Winter mode for cold water operation 

  • SuperChlor mode for boosting chlorine levels during peak times

  • Touch pad controls that provide easy setting 

  • Fully automatic operation – even when the owner is away

  • Reliable and durable for long lasting performance

  • Digital time clock with battery back up timer as standard

  • Cell has push on water proof connectors for simple exchange of cell 

  • Advanced high grade U.V. stabilised plastic control unit

  • Large alloy heatsink for heat disipation and corrosion resistance

Please Note: This unit is not for New Installations. This is a Retro Fit Unit that replaces existing CPSC Models as Plumbing Connections & Blue Cell Housing Covers are not made anymore for New Installs.

This is a replacement powerpack & Electrode if you are replacing an existing CompuPool CPSC Unit

What you get in the Box:

1 x CPSC Powerpack with new style Lead 

1 x CPSC Cell

1 x Cell Housing

1 x Installation Manual 

1 x Power Pack Bracket

 

Model Pool Size (Litres)

CPSC08 - 10, 000

CPSC16 - 60, 000

CPSC24 - 80, 000

CPSC36 - 120, 000

 

Please Note: These are Made to order direct through compupool and production time is between 5-7 Working Days 

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