important safety precautions
IntelliChlor
Electronic Chlorine Generator
®
Commercial System
COMSYS-16
520977
Installation Guide
Patents pending
Certified to NSF/ANSI 50
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
READ AND FOLLOW ALL INSTRUCTIONS
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
© 2009 Pentair Water Pool and Spa, Inc. All rights reserved
This document is subject to change without notice
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Water Pool and Spa, Inc. and/or its affiliated companies in the United States and/or other countries. Unless noted,
names and brands of others that may be used in this document are not used to indicate an affiliation or
endorsement between the proprietors of these names and brands and Pentair Water Pool and Spa, Inc. Those
names and brands may be the trademarks or registered trademarks of those parties or others.
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Contents
IMPORTANT SAFETY PRECAUTIONS ....................................................................................................... ii
Installation Steps Summary ........................................................................................................................ iii
Technical Support ....................................................................................................................................... iii
IntelliChlor® Electronic Chlorine Generator COMSYS-16 Overview ............................... 1
Features .......................................................................................................................... 1
Preparing the Site ........................................................................................................... 1
Mount Power Center Banks To Wall ............................................................................... 2
Installation ....................................................................................................................... 2
Kit Contents .................................................................................................................... 2
Required Tools ................................................................................................................ 2
Connect AC Power Wires and ORP Sensor Wires .......................................................... 3
Assemble the Manifold .................................................................................................... 6
Glue the manifold ............................................................................................................ 6
Connect the IntelliChlor Cells ......................................................................................... 7
Power Centers ................................................................................................................ 8
Power Up the system ...................................................................................................... 9
Operation ........................................................................................................................ 9
Troubleshooting ............................................................................................................ 10
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IMPORTANT SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
Important Notice: Attention Installer: This manual contains important information about the
installation, operation and safe use of this product. This information should be given to the owner and/or
operator of this equipment. When installing and using this electrical equipment, basic safety precautions should
always be followed, including the following:
WARNING: IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS PERTAINING TO A RISK OF FIRE,
ELECTRIC SHOCK, OR INJURY TO PERSONS. READ AND FOLLOW ALL
INSTRUCTIONS.
Before installing this product, read and follow all warning notices and instructions which are
included. Failure to follow safety warnings and instructions can result in severe injury, death,
or property damage. Call (800) 831-7133 for additional free copies of these instructions.
WARNING: To reduce the risk of injury, do not permit children to use this product.
WARNING: CHLORINE GAS BUILDUP CAN OCCUR WITH IMPROPER WIRING: To reduce the risk of
personal injury the IntelliChlor® Electronic Chlorine Generator (IECG) Power Supply must be installed on and
wired to the load side of the time clock, electronically controlled switch, or relay load side, so that it will
receive power only when the pool pump is on. Otherwise, dangerous chlorine gas buildup can occur. The IECG
should never be energized when the pool pump is OFF and water is not flowing through the unit.
WARNING: To reduce the risk of injury, service should only be personnel by a qualified pool
service professional.
WARNING: Never operate the IntelliChlor Electronic Chlorine Generator (IECG) without proper flow or
water circulation. A build-up of flammable gases will result in hazardous conditions.
CAUTION - IntelliChlor Electronic Chlorine Generator (IECG) is for use with permanently-installed pools
and may also be used with hot tubs and spas if so marked. Do not use with storable pools. A permanentlyinstalled pool is constructed in or on the ground or in a building such that it cannot be readily disassembled for
storage. A storable pool is constructed so that it is capable of being readily disassembled for storage and
reassembled to its original integrity.
CAUTION - The CIC60 Power Center must be interconnected with pool pump motor power source. This
ensures the IECG and pool pump will switch on and off together.
WARNING - The CIC60 Power Center is only intended for use with the CIC60 cell, DO NOT PLUG ANY
OTHER INTELLICHLOR CELL INTO THIS POWER CENTER, SEVERE DAMAGE WILL RESULT.
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IMPORTANT SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
WARNING: When mixing acid with water, ALWAYS ADD ACID TO WATER. NEVER ADD
WATER TO ACID.
CAUTION - Use of chemicals other than those recommended may be hazardous. Even proper use of the
recommended chemicals can be hazardous. Follow the Chemical Manufacturer’s Instructions.
CAUTION - To reduce the risk of electric shock, install IntelliChlor Electronic Chlorine Generator (IECG)
a minimum of five (5) feet away from the inside wall of the pool.
CAUTION - Install the IECG a minimum of three (3) feet away from the heater outlet.
CAUTION - It is recommended to install a Pentair two (3) inch CHECK VALVE (P/N 263060) between
the input side of the IECG and the main heater output pipe.
CAUTION - A solid copper, bonding conductor not smaller than No. 8 AWG (8.4 mm) should be connected
to all metal parts of the swimming pool, spa, or hot tub structure and to all electrical equipment, metal conduit,
and metal piping within five (5) feet (1.5 m) of the inside walls of a swimming pool, spa, or hot tub, when the unit
is installed within five (5) feet of the inside walls of the swimming pool, spa, or hot tub.
Canada - Industry Canada (IC) - This device complies with RSS210 of Industry Canada. (1999)
FCC Standard - 47 CFR Part 15, Subpart C (Section 15.247). This version is limited to chapter 1 to chapter 11
by specified firmware controlled in the U.S.A.
Federal Communications Commission (FCC) - This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules.
Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause interference, and (2) this
device must accept any interference, including interference that may cause undesired operation of the device.
Interference Statement - This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B
digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection
against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio
frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful
interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a
particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which
can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference
by one or more of the following measures:
•
•
•
•
Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.
Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
Note: Modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for FCC compliance could void the user’s
authority to operate the device.
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Technical Support
Sanford, North Carolina (8 A.M. to 5 P.M. Eastern Time)
Moorpark, California (8 A.M. to 5 P.M. Pacific Time)
Phone: (800) 831-7133
Fax: (800) 284-4151
Web sites
visit www.pentairpool.com and www.staritepool.com
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IntelliChlor® Electronic Chlorine Generator COMSYS-16 Overview
The IntelliChlor COMSYS-16 commercial system consists of eight IntelliChlor cells and eight power centers
(primary and secondary).
Each cell can produce up to 2.00 lbs of pure chlorine per 24 hours of operation. These cells can sanitize either
a pool or spa, or combination of both. A commercial system requires an external ORP panel and sensor to
produce chlorine upon demand as needed. The ORP system is sold separately.
Features
•
Each cell draws approximately 220 Watts.
•
Dry contact wires on primary power center connect to chlorine controller panel (ORP system).
Closing these wires sets the cells on at 100% producing chlorine. Opening these two wires sets the
cells off at 0%, and no chlorine will be produced.
•
Each cell produces 2.00 pounds of chlorine per 24 hours.
•
Comsys-16 produces 16 pounds of chlorine per day.
•
The ORP system (not provided) is a separate device that monitors the available chlorine in the water
and, when needed, calls for chlorine to be produced by closing a dry contact output. An ORP system
consists of a panel, usually with an LCD display, that has the ORP sensor in the water.
Preparing the Site
1. Add salt to the water until it measures 3500 ppm. Use an electronic tester to measure salt, such as
the Extech EC400. DO NOT USE SALT TEST STRIPS AS THEY TEND TO BE INACCURATE.
Allow the salt to mix for 24 hours before using the IntelliChlor system.
2. Locate a clear spot on a wall, within 15 feet of the IntelliChlor manifold.
3. Locate a clear spot on the return line where the IntelliChlor manifold will be mounted. Be sure that
the user can readily see the lights and press buttons if needed.
4. Be sure 110VAC or 220VAC is available and on its own circuit breaker, to power the IntelliChlor
power centers. This separate breaker will make it easier to service the IntelliChlor.
5. Be sure 110VAC or 220VAC is provided to the power center bank in a conduit, for maximum safety
and NEC compliance.
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Installation
Before installing the IntelliChlor CIC60 system, please read all SAFETY PRECAUTIONS below.
Kit Contents
- Eight Power Centers (one primary, seven secondary)
- One CIC60P cell
- Seven CIC60S cells
- Installation Guide (this manual)
Required Tools
- Medium phillips or flathead screwdriver (and twelve screws)
- Electric drill and 1/4" masonry drill bit. (To mount Power Center Bank)
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS - PLEASE READ BEFORE PROCEEDING
IMPORTANT SAFETY PRECAUTIONS. PLEASE READ THE FOLLOWING:
Read all the safety precautions in this manual before attempting any electrical wiring. Be
sure to read and follow all safety Instructions on page ii. Wiring should only be performed
by a qualified professional. When using electrical products, basic precautions should
always be followed, including the following:
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, WHICH CAN RESULT IN SERIOUS INJURY OR DEATH. Before
attempting installation of service, ensure that all power to the circuit supplying power to the
system is disconnected/switched off at the circuit breaker. The Power Center must be
interconnected with pool pump motor power source. This insures the IntelliChlor chlorinator and
pool pump will switch on and off together.
• Grounding (earth bonding) is required. The unit should be installed by a qualified service
person and grounded.
CAUTION - Install the IntelliChlor cell a minimum of two (2) feet from the heater outlet.
• Allow ample access to the IntelliChlor control panel buttons and the IntelliChlor Power Center.
• Pipe couplings: Schedule 80, maximum pressure 150 psi at 70° F.
• Operate unit with minimum flow of 25 gpm. For high flow applications, use a bypass loop.
Mount Power Center Banks To Wall
1. Locate a wall near the pool equipment area within 15 feet of the IntelliChlor cells. Position the
CPC104 POWER CENTER BANK on the wall at eye level. Mount and secure each the power
center banks to the wall using six (12) screws (not provided in kit). See illustration on next page.
2. Position the CPC204 POWER CENTER BANK on the wall at eye level either just below or to
the right of the CPC104.
3. Mount and secure the CPC204 power center bank to the wall using six (6) screws (not provided in
kit). See next page for illustration.
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Mount Power Center Banks To Wall (Continued)
4. Remove the cover retaining screw and remove the cover
from upper side left PRIMARY power center and the
lower left side SECONDARY power center.
CPC104
Remove cover screw and cover from
PRIMARY POWER CENTER
Mount power center
bank to wall using six
(6) screws
Remove cover screw and cover from
SECONDARY POWER CENTER
Mount power center bank
to wall using six (6)
screws
Connect AC Power Wires and ORP Sensor Wires
1. Mount a JUNCTION BOX on the left side of the Power
Center Banks.
2. Run a CONDUIT (with 208VAC 260VAC wires) from the AC
BREAKER to the junction box. Note:
This AC power should be on its own
breaker for future servicing.
Note: For 110VAC operations, each
power center will need to be reconfigured. A 110VAC wiring
diagram is provided on the inside of
each the power center covers.
3. Run conduit from the junction box into
each of the power centers located on
the left side (PRIMARY and
SECONDARY). A (knock-out)
conduit opening is provided on the
bottom of each of power centers.
CPC204
Knock-out opening for
conduit
CPC104
CPC204
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Connect AC Power Wires and ORP Sensor Wires (Continued)
4. Splice the incoming AC power wires onto the two wires labeled WIRED FOR 220V. Do not
apply AC power yet.
5. Connect the two (2) twisted wires labeled ORP SENSOR to the ORP chlorine controller panel
(AcuTrol, etc). Carefully place the connection inside of power center.
6. Replace the cover on the upper Primary power center and lower Secondary power center. Secure
each cover with the retaining screw.
Connect these
wires to AC
power source
Connect these
wires to ORP
CPC104
PRIMARY
SECONDARY
PRIMARY
SECONDARY
Secondary
Secondary
SECONDARY
Secondary
CPC104
Splice in junction box
(see STEP 4)
Secondary
Secondary
Secondary
Secondary
CPC204
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7. Remove the cover retaining screw and remove the cover from the SECONDARY power center,
located on the top bank, far right side.
8. Route the communication cable from the CPC204 power center through the bottom hole of the
CPC104 Secondary power center.
9. Insert the two wires from the CPC204 into terminal block in same order as the wires already
connected. Be sure to match the wire colors. GREEN to GREEN and YELLOW to YELLOW.
10. Replace the cover on the upper Secondary power center (top far right side). Secure the cover with
the retaining screw.
Insert wires from
CPC204 into hole and
connect into terminal
connector
CPC104
PRIMARY
SECONDARY
SECONDARY
SECONDARY
Terminal screw
connector: Match
wires GREEN to
GREEN and
YELLOW to
YELLOW
(See step 9)
CPC104
GREEN and
YELLOW wire
from CPC204
power center
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Assemble the Manifold
1. Place an o-ring into groove on union coupling (two per cell).
2. Place each cell on the manifold and tighten coupling nut securely. Be sure the o-ring stays in place.
Note: Cells labeled PRIMARY and SECONDARY can be placed anywhere in the
manifold, they do not need to be in a specific location.
3. Glue the manifold into the system plumbing at desired location, either horizontal or vertical. Make
sure the cells are readable and the buttons can be pressed if needed.
CAUTION: Do not install upside down!
4. Verify water flow direction See the FLOW arrow located on the IntelliChlor cell near the input
coupling.
WATER AND
CHLORINE TO
POOL
Manifold
Union coupling nut
O-ring
IntelliChlor cell
(Primary or
Secondary)
Coupling
Glue the manifold
INCOMING
WATER FLOW
6. Glue manifold into system plumbing at the desired location. The manifold will sit on the floor. Be sure
the cells are readable and the buttons can be pressed if needed. Do not install upside down!
7. Verify water flow direction.
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Connect the IntelliChlor Cells
1. Connect the cell power connector, labeled PRIMARY (CIC60P), into the receptacle on the
bottom of the power center labeled PRIMARY. While holding the connector on the receptacle,
turn it slowly until the plug pins are inserted into the receptacle, then twist the to lock in place.
2. Plug the two SECONDARY cell power connectors into each of the power centers labeled
SECONDARY using same method as described in step 1.
Secondary connector
Primary (CIC60P) connector
Primary
(CIC60P)
power center
receptacle
Secondary power
center receptacle
CPC104
PRIMARY
SECONDARY
SECONDARY
SECONDARY
CPC204
SECONDARY
SECONDARY
SECONDARY
SECONDARY
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Power Centers
The PRIMARY and SECONDARY power centers are pre-wired as shown below.
CPC104
PRIMARY
SECONDARY
SECONDARY
SECONDARY
Terminal
Screw
Connector
SECONDARY
SECONDARY
SECONDARY
SECONDARY
Power Center
connection wire
Power Centers (Front View)
CPC204
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Power Up the system
1. Switch the AC circuit breaker to ON to apply AC power to the system.
2. After the system is powered up for one minute, if any SECONDARY cell shows a red PWR light,
the communications to that cell is not connected.
Open the power center covers and verify the two green and yellow wires on each terminal block
are connected and in the same order. Verify these connections from each SECONDARY power
center to the PRIMARY power center (see page 8).
3. Apply water flow to the cell manifold. When water flow is present, each cell's FLOW light will go
from red (no flow) to green (flow).
4. The GOOD, CHECK SALT and LOW salt lights on each cell will scroll back and forth for two
minutes before checking the salt level. If water flow is not present, then restored, this two minutes
will start over. Note: THE SALT LEVEL CAN NOT BE CHECKED WHEN THE FLOW
LIGHT IS RED.
5. After two minutes, the salt level will be read and displayed on all cells.
Operation
When the ORP system requests chlorine, it closes the dry-contact output that is connected to the ORP
SENSOR wires, and causes each cell to light their 100% light. The CELL light will turn on and chlorine will
be produced. If the ORP system is not requesting chlorine (ORP SENSOR wires open), all lights in the
SANITIZER OUTPUT section will be off, no chlorine is produced.
Chlorine will be produced only when:
•
SANITIZER OUTPUT 100% light is on
•
CELL is green and not flashing
•
FLOW light is green
•
Salt is FLASHING GOOD, GOOD, or CHECK SALT
•
PWR light is green
Note: Verify each cell has a green FLOW light, to show that adequate water is flowing through the cell.
•
After power up, all cells will scroll the salt lights LOW, CHECK SALT and GOOD for 2 minutes
while waiting to check salt. If FLOW is red, these lights will scroll indefinitely.
•
After 2 minutes of green FLOW, the salt will be read and all cells will now display the same salt
color.
•
The cells will produce chlorine whenever the ORP controller calls for chlorine.
•
Set the ORP controller to the desired chlorine levels and cutoff (not part of the IntelliChlor system).
•
If the CELL light is flashing, the cell has become dirty and requires acid cleaning. Turn off the circuit
breaker to the power centers, disable water flow through the manifold (either an external valve or
turn off the filter pump), and remove the cell. Check the cell and acid clean if necessary.
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Troubleshooting
The IntelliChlor 100% light does not come on when the chlorine controller calls for chlorine
1. Verify the ORP controller is opening and closing the dry-contact output.
2. Remove the ORP SENSOR wires connection from the PRIMARY power center and the ORP
controller. Manually tie the ORP SENSOR wires together. This will turn on the cells at 100%. If
the 100% lights do not come on for each cell or only one cell, verify the communication wires are
connected, shown in POWER UP THE SYSTEM, step 3, page 7.
3. If the PWR light is red, the communications are lost, refer to section 5 POWER UP THE SYSTEM,
step 3. If the cable connection is good, replace the master board in the PRIMARY power center.
The IntelliChlor 100% light stays on after the chlorine controller says to stop
1. Verify the communication wires are connected, as shown in section 5, POWER UP THE SYSTEM,
step 3.
2. Verify the ORP SENSOR wires are not shorted together in the power center.
3. Verify the ORP controller dry contact output is opening and closing by using an ohmmeter. Manually
set this output open and closed using the controller menu system.
The CHECK SALT light is on
More salt needs to be added to the water.
1. Add salt to the water and bring up to 3500ppm. Allow it to mix for 24 hours.
2. The salt level will be automatically checked every 8 hours by the cells and displayed.
The LOW salt light is on
Not enough salt is in the water to produce chlorine, cell is OFF.
1. Add salt to the water and bring up to 3500ppm. Allow it to mix for 24 hours.
2. The salt level will be checked every 8 hours by the cells and displayed.
Not enough chlorine is produced
1. Ensure the ORP sensor probe on the chlorine controller unit is clean and working.
2. Verify the IntelliChlor cells do not have a flashing CELL light. If so, remove the cell and acid clean.
3. Verify no debris is in the cells. Remove if present.
4. Verify the FLOW light is green, for adequate water flow.
5. Verify the salt level lights are displaying either green GOOD or yellow CHECK SALT. If displaying
yellow CHECK SALT, add salt to the water, and allow to mix for 24 hours.
6. Verify the ORP controller sets the cells to 100% SANITIZER OUTPUT or 0%, by manually
controlling this output relay (done in the ORP controller, not the IntelliChlor) or by disconnecting the
ORP SENSOR wires from the power center and manually opening and closing the wires.
7. Verify the ORP probe is clean.
8. Verify the filter pump is not being turned off by a timer.
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The PWR light is red.
1. Communication has been lost between the power centers and cells. Verify the communication
connection. See “POWER UP THE SYSTEM” step 3, page 7.
2. If the communications are connected, replace the master board in the PRIMARY power center.
The cell is not powered up
1. Check fuse, replace if open.
2. Check if cell connector is plugged and twist-locked all the way in.
Fuse is blown
1. Replace with 12 amp ceramic fuse. DO NOT USE 10AMP glass (a common fuse), it is not reliable
and might fail later. If the fuse blows again, replace the cell.
2. Verify the Power center is not wired for 110VAC and has 220VAC applied to it. THIS IS NOT
COVERED BY THE WARRANTY.
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LIMITED WARRANTY
Pentair Water Pool and Spa, Inc. ("Pentair Water") warrants the IntelliChlor® Electronic Chlorine Generator (IECG)
as follows:
IECG Limited Warranty: Pentair Water warrants the IECG to be free from defects in material and/or
workmanship for a period of one (1) year (parts only) from the original date of installation.
IECG Power Center Limited Warranty: Pentair Water warrants the IECG Power Center to be free from defects
in material and/or workmanship for a period of one (1) (parts only) from the original date of installation.
Exceptions that shall result in Pentair’s denial of a warranty claim:
1. Damage caused by careless handling, improper repackaging, or shipping.
2. Damage due to misapplication, misuse, abuse or failure to operate equipment as specified in the IECG
Installation and User’s Guide.
3. Damage caused by failure to install products as specified in the IECG Installation and User’s Guide.
4. Damage due to unauthorized product modifications or alterations, or failure to use Pentair Water
original replacement parts.
5. Damage caused by negligence, or failure to properly maintain products as specified in the IECG
Installation and User’s Guide.
6. Damage caused by failure to maintain water chemistry in conformity with the standards set forth in the
IECG Installation and User’s Guide.
7. Damage caused by water scaling, freezing or any conditions causing inadequate water circulation.
8. Accidental damage, fire, acts of God, or other circumstances outside the control of Pentair Water.
• This warranty extends to the original retail owner (Customer) only, beginning on the date of installation
and is not enforceable by any other party. Proof of purchase and/or date of installation will be required
for all warranty claims. Customer agrees to pay all shipping charges to Pentair Water.
•
Warranties by others: Some products incorporate components manufactured by other manufacturers.
Some of these provide warranties in addition to the warranty provided herein. In all such cases a copy
of that warranty will be provided with the product. To the extent protection provided under any such
third party warranty exceeds the Limited Warranty provided herein, the Customer must look only to
that other manufacturer for the additional warranty protection.
Warranty Obligations of Pentair Water: Should a defect in workmanship and/or material in any item covered
by this warranty become evident during the term of the warranty, then upon the Customer following the
procedures set forth below, Pentair Water will, at its option, repair or replace such item or part at its own cost
and expense. Pentair Water’s maximum obligation under this warranty is limited to the repair and replacement of
the IECG. Pentair Water disclaims all other expressed or implied warranty obligations.
Pentair Water is not, however, responsible under this warranty for any cost of shipping or transportation of the
equipment or parts thereof to or from Pentair Water’s Technical Service Department. Also, Pentair Water is not
liable for any loss of time, inconvenience, incidental expenses such as telephone calls, labor or material
charges incurred in connection with the removal or replacement of the equipment, or any other incidental or
consequential damages, including but not limited to damage to pool equipment or any surface in or around the
pool in which the IECG is installed.
PLEASE NOTE: Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental, or consequential damages,
so the above limitation or exclusion may not apply to you.
No Other Warranties: TO THE MAXIMUM EXTENT PERMITTED BY APPLICABLE LAW, PENTAIR WATER
DISCLAIMS ALL OTHER WARRANTIES, WHETHER EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING, BUT NOT
LIMITED TO THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR
PURPOSE.
Continued on back page.
LIMITED WARRANTY (Continued)
Procedure for Obtaining Performance: In order to obtain the benefits of this warranty, the Customer who
made the original retail purchase must contact the Pentair Water Technical Service Department upon discovery
of the defect, but in no event later than the expiration date of the warranty period provided in this warranty.
Upon receipt of this communication, Pentair Water will promptly notify the Customer of the address to which the
defective item may be shipped. The Customer shall then ship the item, freight prepaid, to the address
indicated, together with a "RETURN GOODS AUTHORIZATION" form obtained from Pentair Water’s Technical
Service and a brief description of the problems encountered. Unauthorized returns will not be accepted. Freight
must be prepaid by customer.
Warranties or Representations by Others: No dealer or other third party entity has any authority to make any
warranties or representations concerning Pentair Water or its products. Accordingly, Pentair Water is not
responsible for any such warranties or representations.
Other Rights: This warranty gives you specific legal rights and you may also have other rights, which vary from
state to state. This warranty supersedes all previous publications.
PENTAIR WATER POOL AND SPA, INC.
1620 Hawkins Ave. Sanford, NC 27330 - 10951 W. Los Angeles Ave. Moorpark, CA 93021 - Phone 800-8317133 - Fax 800-284-4151
WARNING: Salt is an inherently corrosive material. While the levels of salt required for proper operation
of the IntelliChlor Electronic Chlorine Generator are relatively low when compared to sea water and other salt
solutions, placing any amount of salt in your pool increases the likelihood of corrosion or other deterioration of
pool equipment and any surfaces used in and around your pool. Metal parts and certain natural and man-made
surfaces are particularly susceptible to corrosion and deterioration when used in and around salt water pools.
Pentair Water Pool and Spa does not represent or otherwise guarantee that the proper use of the IntelliChlor
Electronic Chlorine Generator will prevent corrosion or other deterioration of pool equipment and any surfaces
used in and around your pool. Consult your experienced pool professional, who should be able to advise you on
the proper material selection, installation techniques for those materials, and the proper use, care and
maintenance of those materials for your specific pool type and location in order to minimize the corrosion and
deterioration that is inherent in and around salt water pools.
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