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Installing the in.clear
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Bromine: How to use a water test kit?
What is the in.clear sanitization system used for?
The in.clearsanitization system is used for water sanitization in hot tubs and swim spas.
How does the in.clear sanitization system work?
The in.clearsanitization system uses electrolysis to produce a sanitiser that is automatically dispensed into the water.
What type of sanitizer does the in.clear sanitization system use?
The in.clears sanitization system uses Bromicharge, a particularly pure sodium bromide salt.
How long does the in.clear sanitization system last?
The in.clearsanitization system typically lasts for approximately 3-5 years, depending on usage and maintenance.
How often does the in.clear cell need to be cleaned?
The in.clear cell should be cleaned every 3 months, or as needed.
Can the in.clear sanitization system be used with any hot tub or swim spa?
The in.clearsanitization system is designed to be used with any hot tub or swim spa.
Does the in.clear sanitization system require any special installation or wiring?
The in.clear sanitization system requires a 240V power supply and is installed after your spa heater tube. For a linked version controlled through your Gecko Keypad, you also connect it to a CO port on your X or Y series control system.
How do I know if the in.clear sanitization system is working properly?
The in.clearsanitization system will indicate if it is working properly. If any errors occur, you will get error codes or messages on your Gecko keypad.
Can I use other types of sanitizer with the in.clear sanitization system?
No, it is recommended to only use sodium bromide with the in.clearsanitization system for best results.
How often do I need to replace the in.clear cell?
You may begin to notice that the cell is no longer able to generate bromine as well as it used to. If you look inside the cell and observe the four plates, you will notice that they can begin to look worn out with rounded edges on the electrodes.
How can I get the most out of my in.clear sanitization system?
Regularly test your water to ensure the correct chemistry. You should have a pH between 7.2 and 7.8, Total Alkalinity between 100 and 120 PPM, and a Calcium Hardness between 150 and 200 PPM.