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Does algae affect titanium chlorinator plates?

Does algae affect titanium chlorinator plates?


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Old 12-12-22, 11:43 AM
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Does algae affect titanium chlorinator plates?

If pool has algae will running it (to clear & clean out algae) have al
Does algae negatively affect the titanium plates in a chlorinator? Because if there's algae in the pool, brushing and running pool motor is part of cleaning and clearing out the algae. If so, is it a better design to install gate valves that bypass the chlorinator when so needed? I am new to salt pool and just trying to figure out some stuff.
 
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Old 12-12-22, 06:35 PM
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The pool water is supposed to go thru the filter first and then thru the chlorinator.
 
 

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