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Hayward Goldline T-CELL-15 Turbo Cell, 40,000 Gallon Pool with 15-Foot Cable

by Hayward

Price: CDN$ 645.00 & FREE Shipping. Details
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Product Features

  • Turbo Cell for use with Goldline AQR - PRO, AQR, or AQR-X296, or Goldline controllers
  • For use on pools up to 40,000 gallons
  • Digital display of salt level plus 8 LED status indicators; interfaces with Pentair and Polaris pool automation controls
  • Automatically generate a self-renewing supply of fresh, pure chlorine for water that's clean, clear, and luxuriously soft
  • UL listed (US and Canada) for safety and NSF Tested for performance and commercial applications


Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 25.4 x 15.2 x 15.2 cm ; 454 g
  • Shipping Weight: 1.8 Kg
  • Item model number: T-CELL-15
  • ASIN: B002EL40RM
  • Date first available at Amazon.ca: Oct. 25 2012
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Product Description

From the Manufacturer

An electronic chlorine generator for in-ground pools The Aqua Rite XL uses common salt (the same salt used in water conditioners) and converts it into "free" chlorine. The chlorine sanitizes your pool and then reverts back into salt. With only a teaspoon of salt per gallon, the Aqua Rite XL produces enough fresh chlorine (up to 1.45 pounds per day) to keep a 40,000-gallon pool sparkling clean without the chlorine smell. Designed for any pool up to 40,000 gallons, it has a digital display of salt level and diagnostic info plus eight LED status indicators. It interfaces with Pentair and Polaris pool automation controls.

Product Description

Product Description; Turbo Cell® Right-sized salt chlorination Goldline Controls now offers a new line of Turbo Cells for their salt chlorination and controls solutions. The cells come in three sizes â?" 40,000, 25,000 and 15,000 gallons. The new sizes enable you to right-size your pool for the most-efficient and cost-effective chlorination possible. These cells are based on the proven Turbo Cell technology that made Goldline Controls the leader in salt chlorination. They automatically generate a self-renewing supply of fresh, pure chlorine â?" for water that's clean, clear and luxuriously soft. Turbo Cell 40k gallons (Cell Only-No Unions) 15' Cable. 3 yr. Manufacturers Warranty

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Amazon.com: 4.3 out of 5 stars  156 reviews
61 of 62 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars If you are not purchasing through Amazon, you're paying too much. Sept. 18 2010
By James T. Ory - Published on Amazon.com
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I purchased my t-cell through Amazon.com. I have a 7 year old Nature Soft system that really has served me well. The t-cell finally failed, two years after its normal life span. Not bad. I live in Florida so the system runs 365 days a year at around 8 hours per day. Do the math.

Buying the replacement t-cell through Amazon saved me almost $180.00 - no complaints there. I ordered it on the 13th of the month and it arrived on the 18th of the month - super saving shipping and it came 4 days earlier than estimated. Again no complaints.

I removed the old cell, making sure my pool water was chemically balanced, and installed the new cell. Turned on the pump, reset the controller, and I've got chlorination again.

My only mistake I made was not checking the salinity of the water with salt strips before adding more salt because the controller displayed low salt. When the cell is older than 3 years, double check your salt level with salt strips before adding salt. I added so much salt before realizing the cell could be bad, that I needed to drain almost half the pool and refill with clean water to get the level back into the normal range.

One other thing that may be of useful information is that you should replace your cell with the same rating as the one that has failed. I have a 13,000 gallon pool with a 40,000 gallon t-cell. I could have gone with a lower rated t-cell, but then I think one needs to change the firmware to adjust for the difference. With the exact replacement cell, you only need to reset the controller after reinstalling the new replacement t-cell.
39 of 40 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars All you need for replacement Aug. 29 2009
By J. Lane - Published on Amazon.com
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My salt system was installed with the pool in '03 and the generator just went out. Luckily my local pool dealer was honest and said to check online for a new t-cell. They wanted $750 and this is the same item for over $200 less. I've never had a problem with Amazon so I figured it was worth a shot. It works just fine so no complaints.
38 of 40 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great cell if you get the T-cell 15 model that is, Poolman review May 25 2013
By Dave CR - Published on Amazon.com
I've read a lot of reviews about this vendor and other vendors selling the Hayward Turbo Cell T-15 and how some customers got a T-9 or an entirely different salt cell. I would suggest confirming with the seller before finalizing the purchase online. From what I have read here you need to be careful to read the actual description at check out.

You also want to check your units firmware version. Some units cannot switch between a T-3, T-9 or T-15 cell. You may need to get an exact replacement cell in that case - for example you can't go up to a T-15 from a T-9 unit. I think the newer units can take the four different salt cell models and not the older units.

The T-15 cell shown here has a three year warranty - one year parts and labor and two more years parts only -labor extra. The T-cell 15 should last a good five years under normal conditions. The video covers basic installation & when to replace the cell:

This is how and when to replace your Hayward Aqua Rite Turbo Cell T-15, T-9, T-3. It is pretty simple to do but you may need to recalibrate the new cell. It will also recalibrate itself after a couple of hours. I also cover when to replace the cell and will show you how to recalibrate the unit.

Basically if the salt cell is over five years old or near that age you will start to notice some common problems. The most obvious is that the inspect cell light will stay on solid even after the cell is clean. You will also get a low salt level reading even when the salt level is fine.

It is a good idea to get a reading at your local store or with a salt test strip if you think the unit is failing. You may also have problems with low voltage and low amps when the salt cell is generating. This unit had a failed temp sensor inside and needed to be replaced as that is not a repairable part.

It is always best to go with the largest salt cell -- the T-15 is rated for 40,000 gallons even if your pool is much smaller. The cell will not have to work as hard and will last longer. Water temperature and the amount of time the system is running also effect cell life. If you don't clean your cell regularly you will also shorten its life.

The power unit can also be bad but I haven't noticed any problems with the power unit itself on any of the five Aqua Rite units I service and a couple are over 10 years old or older. They seem pretty durable and trouble free. But just in case you suspect your cell is good and the power unit is bad --try to get a loaner cell from your local pool store or take your cell in to get tested.

This is basically a very simple to do and you should encounter no real problems. If you need to talk to tech support call 866-429-7665 and you want the Goldline Division of Hayward.

When you hit the diagnostic button here is what you will scroll through:
Salt Level (default display)
Water Temp
Voltage
Amps
Salt Output
Salinity
Software Version

I show you how to recalibrate the unit in the video:
Turn it off
Then to Auto
Hit Diagnostic button five times
The numbers will scroll around wildly
Wait for the numbers to stabilize
Switch it to Super Chlorinate
Then back to Auto
67 of 76 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Frustrating -- May 20 2010
By Jeff Smithers - Published on Amazon.com
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I had a T Cell 15 (40,000 gallon rated) for our 13,000 gallon pool. I thought, let me save some money and get the right size.

Opened the box -- and there's a warning about the firmware for your controller -- your control panel, depending on model, has to be running a certain version of the firmware to use this cell.

I call the maker - aquarite -- and they said you'd have to replace the whole panel to update the firmware.

Guess I'll stick with the T Cell 15. Wish that'd been posted somewhere in the tech specs. Make sure your device will accept this.
11 of 11 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars They do what they say the will do and are vertually maintance fre April 22 2012
By T. Wilson - Published on Amazon.com
Do the research. Yes I too ended up adding to much salt to my pool because I got a bad reading on dispaly. But realy DA I should have noticed from past experience I was adding way too much salt to bring the level up. However, the additional salt does not ruin the unit it was bad prior to that. My resaerch reveled that I shold expect 3-5 years of use from the unit based on hours run, I should get about 10,000 hrs out of the unit(of course there are some variables,common sense tells you this). Here's my finding from PoolCenter.com, "What happens if I add too much salt?

Over-salting will not harm your chlorine generating system, but will lead to a salty tasting water. For some, this is not undesirable as it will more closely match our bodies natural salinity level, making it more comfortable to swim in. If it is too excessive (over 6000 ppm), you can sustain corrosion damage to metallic equipment such as stainless steel handrails, ladders and filters, light rings, or copper heat exchangers. To reduce the salt level, dilution is the solution. Drain some water and refill with fresh water."
JUST do the research is my suggestion
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