CircuPool RJ20+ Electronic Chlorine Generator

CircuPool RJ20+ Electronic Chlorine Generator

Your Price: $799.00
Retail Price:$999.00
You Save:$200.00(20%)
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Part Number:SWCG-CIR-RJ20

Highlights:

Chlorine Output:

0.9 lbs/day

Manufacturer Warranty:

7 Years Limited*

Manufacturer Rated Lifespan:

15,000 hours

Manufacturer Max Capacity:

20,000 gallons
The CircuPool RJ Series electronic chlorine generator is an advanced, third-generation salt pool system. A popular salt chlorinator choice for home-owners, it works with existing pump and filtration systems to reliably supply the swimming pool with pure chlorine, every day. The CircuPool RJ Series uses a low salt level and makes the pool water silky soft to provide the ultimate swimming experience.

The complete CircuPool RJ salt system has three main components: the Control Module, the Electrolytic Cell, and the Flow Switch, along with its miscellaneous hardware and documentation.  CircuPool offers five different size models, RJ-16 (16,000 gallons), RJ-20 (20,000 gallons), RJ-30 (30,000 gallons), RJ-45 (45,000 gallons), and RJ-60 (60,000 gallons).

From CircuPool:

"The CircuPool RJ Series uses advanced electrolytic titanium cells to effortlessly and automatically maintain sparkling blue water for a luxurious swimming experience. The RJ features OLED digital controls, heavy-duty construction, and premium clear cell. The RJ-Series is backed with award-winning service and an industry-leading warranty."

USA Titanium Cell, with unmatched 7-Year Limited Warranty.
3rd-Generation system, combining the best in advanced technology with a reliable and proven track record.
Cell has industry-leading lifespan, more than 50% longer than other major brands. Longer cell-life means even greater savings over the years.
4 Stars
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no issues
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Reviewed by:  from Garden Grove, CA. on 9/15/2015
4/5
5 Stars
Did my research
Did my research, completely happy with the product. Swapped for a Hayward after too frequent cell replacement.
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Reviewed by:  from Tucson, AZ. on 8/21/2015
5/5
3 Stars
Hanging the unit
My pool is in a field 50 yards from my house, there's no walls to hang the unit on so I had to sink a dang post in the ground to hang the control unit on. Why can't they make this just sit on the ground?
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Reviewed by:  from Jasper, TX. on 4/8/2015
3/5

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