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Hayward 40K Electronic Chlorinator w/15' Cable

Hayward AQL-CL

SKU: 726694
Our Price: $560.99
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Available to ship by: April 25, 2014

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Hayward AQL-CL


Product Information:

Hayward/Goldline Controls Electronic (salt) Chlorinator's can be used with the Aqua Logic and the Pro Logic. Pro Logic has Electronic Chlorinator capability built into the main control unit. The AQL-CL kit consists of a turbo cell, flow switch, 15 ft cable and unions. For Residential pools up to 40,000 gallons. The main Turbo Cell is a specially-designed converter connected to the control unit by a simple plug-in cord, and plumbed into the filter pump's return line to the pool. As water is pushed through the Turbo Cell, an extremely safe low-voltage electrical charge turns the salt previously added to the water into fresh, sanitizing chlorine which is then dispersed evenly throughout the pool via the return jets.


• 15 ft. Cable
APPLICATIONS: All Pro Logic systems (P-4, PS-4/8/16), Aqua Logic, Aqua Plus & Aqua Rite, Residential pools up to 40,000 gallons, Residential pools up to 20,000 gallons
• Generates 1.45 lbs. per day
• Separate Pool and Spa Chlorine Settings
• Super Chlorination features
• Salt Display and Diagnostic Information
• Patented Turbo Cell for Maximum efficiency and flow rates
• Chlorination included with Aqua Plus


• Gallons: up to 40K
• Cable Length: 15'

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