AquaPure®

Create a Saltwater Oasis in Your Backyard

AquaPure salt-water chlorine sanitizing systems use salt-water to deliver high-performance water sanitation with uncompromised performance, reliability, and hydraulic...

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Create a Saltwater Oasis in Your Backyard

The AquaPure® salt-water chlorine sanitizing systems use salt water to deliver high-performance water sanitation with uncompromised performance, reliability and hydraulic efficiency. Rely on its sturdy design and simple features to create your saltwater oasis.

Features

  • Automatic self-cleaning feature ensures consistent operation and extended lifespan of the cell
  • Exclusive Tri-Sensor technology provides reliable electronic water flow detection to sustain maximum performance, even at very low flow rates
  • Digital salinity read-out for accurate salt-level indication
  • Flow, temperature and status readings provide instant feedback on the current operation
  • When combined with PureLink™ power centers, AquaLink and AquaPure work together for the ultimate in pool sanitizing and remote operation convenience
  • Seamless communication with AquaLink Control systems enables easy monitoring of salt levels and convenient, precise sanitizer output settings

Technical Details

  • Jandy Pro Series 2" x 2½" universal unions
  • Ruthenium-coated titanium electrodes provide durability
  • Heavy-duty construction for long-term reliability
  • Installs horizontally, vertically, in-line or as a 90° elbow
  • Heavy-duty, powder-coated steel enclosure
  • Easily integrates with AquaLink and iAquaLink™ Automation Systems

Specifications

Model PLC700 PLC1400
Pool Size* Up to 12,000 Gallons Up to 40,000 Gallons
Input 120 VAC, 50/60 Hz, 1.5 AMPS 120 VAC, 50/60 Hz, 2.5 AMPS
  240 VAC, 50/60 Hz, 0.75 AMPS 240 VAC, 50/60 Hz, 1.25 AMPS
Output 22-30 VDC at 3 AMPS maximum 22-30 VDC at 6 AMPS maximum
Chlorine 0.625 lb./24 Hr. (283 gm/24 Hr.) 1.25 lb./24 Hr. (567 gm/24 Hr.)
Recommended Flow Rate 20-120 GPM 20-120 GPM

*Pool sizes are generalizations and may vary with environmental conditions. Pools with greater exposure to sunlight may require greater chlorine production capacity.

Models

Models Description
APUREM Jandy Pro Series AquaPure Power Pack
PLC1400 Jandy Pro Series AquaPure Cell Kit, 14 Blade, 3-Port With 2" -2.5" PVC Universal Unions, Slotted Sensor, 16' DC Cable
PLC700 Jandy Pro Series AquaPure Cell Kit, 7 Blade, 3-Port With 2"-2.5" PVC Universal Unions, Slotted Sensor, 16' DC Cable

Parts Breakout Diagram

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Parts List

Models Description  
R5000100 Jandy Pro Series Power Supply Cover Support Bracket
R0402900 Jandy Pro Series Control Box, Pure700
R0403000 Jandy Pro Series Control Box, Pure1400
R0403100 Jandy Pro Series Control Box Cover, PURE700 Replacement Kit
R0403200 Jandy Pro Series Control Box Cover, PURE1400
R0404300 Jandy Pro Series Control Box Decal AquaPure, Top
R0404400 Jandy Pro Series Control Box Decal AquaPure Bottom
R0403900 Jandy Pro Series PCB, Front LED, All Models Rev B
R0481400 Jandy Pro Series Transformer, 115/230V, 6A, 301/601 (Old Part # T1005)
R0404000 Jandy Pro Series PCB, Back, Pure700 Small Style, Before 10/07
R0404100 Jandy Pro Series PCB, Back, Pure1400 Small Style, Before 10/07
M1033 Jandy Strain Relief, Power Cord
M1034 Jandy Strain Relief, Data Cable
R0412900 Jandy Pro Series Mounting Hardware Kit, AquaPure/ClorMatic
AZ008 Jandy Mounting Hardware Kit, ClorMatic
R0474300 Jandy Pro Series Aquapure Aquapure ORP Connector, 2 Pins, Replacement Kit

Frequently Asked Questions

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Do I have to add salt every month with a salt water chlorinator?

Salt should be added to the pool when necessary. Salt level may decrease after a heavy rain, backwashing, refilling, draining or excessive splash out.

Note: The salinity or salt level should always be tested before salt is added to the pool.

Do I still need to use granular chlorine with my Salt water chlorinator?

The salt water chlorinator replaces the hassle of having to use granular chlorine. If the chlorinator is the correct size, then it's sufficient to sanitize the pool without adding granular chlorine.

How do I add salt?

1. Turn on pump to circulate pool water.

2. Turn the chlorinator off or reduce the chlorine production percentage to zero.

3. Determine the amount of salt necessary to add from an appropriate chart.

4. Broadcast or spread the salt into the outer perimeter of the pool, or into the shallow end of the pool for quick and even distribution.

5. To avoid clogging the filter or damaging the control center and pump, do not add salt through the skimmer, main drain, or surge tank.

6. Brush the pool bottom and allow water to circulate for 24 hours to dissolve salt completely and mix evenly
with the pool water.

7. After 24 hours, verify correct salt reading.

8. Turn on the chlorinator or increase the chlorine production percentage.

Note: For a new pool or newly resurfaced pool it is recommended to wait 14 days (surface should be completely
cured) before adding salt. Follow the pool surface manufacturers guidelines for your particular pool. For vinyl
and fiberglass pools, salt can be added at start up.

Is it possible to use salt water chlorination when the pool liner is in natural stone?

Natural stone liners or ornaments may be more susceptible to blemishes and erosion when using pool water treatments. Natural stone can be visually altered over time. This can usually be prevented by sealing the stone with a sealer.

In the case of a salt water chlorinator, the salt may damage the stone along the water line over time (crystallization). We cannot guarantee the life span of this surface in the long term.

Is it true that a salt water chlorinator provides chlorine-free water?

No, a pool treated by salt water chlorination is a chlorinated pool in which the chlorine is produced automatically. The salt under the effect of electrolysis, is transformed into sodium hypochlorite, a disinfectant.

Is it true that salt water chlorination is maintenance free?

While the salt water chlorinator prevents the user from needing to add chlorine to the pool on a regular basis, some maintenance, in regards to water balancing, will still need to be accomplished.

Check the water balance as usual. The water balance will be less threatened, because only pure chlorine is added to the water. All other forms of chlorine (tablets, powder, liquid, etc.) contain additives. In addition, chlorine levels can be stabilized easier with less dramatic fluctuations.

My pool is currently treated using bromide. Can I switch from bromide to salt water chlorination using the same water?

If there is still a large amount of bromide in your pool, we recommend that you wait for it to dissipate. It is ok to startup the chlorinator when there is a little bromide in the pool.

The remaining bromide in the pool will produce a white emulsion (chemical reaction). The remaining bromide will not harm the users, pool equipment or the pool.

There are beads at the bottom of my pool, what does it mean?

The mineral purifier cartridge may have ruptured. The cartridge must be replaced.

What is polarity inversion on a salt water chlorinator?

Polarity Inversion is what salt water chlorinators use to periodically remove scale from the electrode plates. The controller will periodically change the direction of the cell current in order to eliminate the layers of scale that deposit on the electrode plates. This action maintains the cell. For very hard water, some chlorinators can shorten the polarity inversion time (e.g. 2.5 hours instead of 5 hours) so that the electrodes are cleaned more often.

Warning: shortening the polarity inversion time can wear the electrodes more than usual. This is why changing this parameter is reserved for the pool professional.

What type of salt needs to be used for salt water chlorination?

1. The purer the salt, the better the life and performance of the electrolytic cell. Use a salt that is at least 99.8% pure NaCl. The preferred salt is an evaporated, granulated, food quality, non-iodized salt. Consult your salt supplier.

2. Avoid using salt with anti-caking agents (sodium ferrocyanide, also known as YPS or yellow prussiate of soda) that could cause some discoloration of fittings and surface finishes in pool.

3. Water conditioning salt pellets are compressed forms of evaporated salt and may be used. Water conditioning salt pellets take longer to dissolve.

4. Do Not use calcium chloride as a source of salt. (Use sodium chloride only).

5. Do Not use Rock salt (insoluble impurities mixed with the rock salt can shorten the life of the unit).

When should I add salt?

Salt only needs to be added when necessary. This may be necessary after heavy rains, backwashing and refilling, excessive splash out, etc. It's always important to test the salinity before adding salt to determine how much salt should be added.

Will salt from the salt water chlorinator deteriorate the metal components in my pool?

If the ladder is bonded properly to the rest of the pool equipment, corrosion will be minimal. Most cases of corrosion can be better explained by an incorrect water chemistry as opposed to the presence of salt.

Stainless steel is better adapted to resist salt than Galvanised steel. If corrosion appears in one year, it can be explained by incorrect water chemistry or bonding issue, not by the presence of salt alone.

Will there be any harm if someone swallows salt water in a salt chlorinated pool?

While the salt shouldn't have any effect on the person if a small amount is swallowed, please keep in mind that the water is chlorinated and chlorine should not be consumed.

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