Pentair 520555 IntelliChlor IC40 Salt Chlorine Generator Cell (US Version)

May 25, 2019 - Comment

IntelliChlor Salt Chlorinator uses common table salt to produce all the chlorine a pool needs, safely, effectively, and automatically. Same sanitation performance as manual chlorine addition without the drawbacks. No need for customers to buy, transport and store chlorine compounds. Full diagnostic capabilities, including cell life tracking that communicates remaining hours of cell life in

IntelliChlor Salt Chlorinator uses common table salt to produce all the chlorine a pool needs, safely, effectively, and automatically. Same sanitation performance as manual chlorine addition without the drawbacks. No need for customers to buy, transport and store chlorine compounds. Full diagnostic capabilities, including cell life tracking that communicates remaining hours of cell life in real-time. Captures all performance data daily (production settings, hours of operation, chlorine output, cell cleaning cycles, salt readings, and water temperature averages). Push-button operation and easy-to-view displays enable fast checking of salt levels, cell cleanliness, sanitizer output, and water flow. Automatic shut-off feature protects the unit and prolongs cell life under low water temperature conditions. On-time cycling prevents calcium and scale build-up to maximize cell life. Ability to communicate with IntelliTouch, EasyTouch, and SunTouch automation systems. Certified to UL 1081 standard for safety. NSF approved. Measures 7-inch length by 7-inch height by 17-inch width.

Product Features

  • Easy-to-view displays enable fast checking of salt levels, cell cleanliness, sanitizer output and water flow
  • Adjustment is as easy as pressing two buttons
  • All performance data-production settings, hours of operation, chlorine output, cell cleaning cycles, salt
  • Cell use tracking feature communicates remaining hours of cell life in real-time
  • Requires 520556 Intellichlor Power Center (sold seperately)
  • Automatic shut-off feature protects the unit and prolongs cell life under low water temperature conditions
  • Fits Pentair Compool to EasyTouch Upgrade automation
  • On-time cycling prevents calcium and scale build-up to maximize cell life
  • Ability to communicate with IntelliTouch, EasyTouch, and SunTouch automation systems
  • Certified to UL 1081 standard for safety; NSF approved; Measures 7-inch length by 7-inch height by 17-inch width

Comments

Anonymous says:

Is $600 for one year of operating time worth it?? Please read this review before purchasing your new cell for some information regarding warranty/customer support. I have now owned two Pentair IntelliChlor salt cells. The first one was installed when my pool was built. It lasted for just about 4 years and then hit its limit of functionality and had to be replaced. I bought the most recent here on Amazon in April of 2015. It is now May of 2016 and I am told I have to replace the cell because there is an issue with the sensors in the cell…

Anonymous says:

The IC60 is a really bad product made by a really bad company Purchased just 4 months ago and chlorine generation has already quit. This is the 4th IC60 I have owned. The first failed after brief use and Pentair replaced it with a newer model that was functional, but only lasted 18 months. The next one was problematic from the beginning and never generated the specified amount of chlorine – just enough to keep down the algae in a pool with chemically perfect water, and died after 20 months – long enough for me to learn how miserable a company can make…

Anonymous says:

It works but it will not likely last more that 3 years Well I am not a happy camper today. I purchased the IntelliChlor IC40 in May of 2014. I have used it for 3 years with out any problems and I kept the unit cleaned appropriately. I am getting the the dreaded flashing green light to check the cell. I checked and blades looked clean. I performed a cleaning to make sure no oil residue on the blades. I check the water quality and the salt was in correct range. It is still telling me to check the cell. I checked for percentage of use of the unit…

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