What makes the Jandy AquaPure system unique?
1. Stand Alone Tri-Sensor
The AquaPure system uses a unique Tri-Sensor
to measure flow, temp and salinity. By using a separate sensor, the accuracy of the salt reading maintained
despite the condition of the cell.
Most (if not all) of the other systems
measure the salt level by measuring conductivity through the cell. There is a problem with that method.
If the cell gets scaled up or fails for some reason, it can give a false low salt reading, even if the salt level
is OK. Suppose you add a bunch of salt to the pool (thinking the salt level is low when it is actually OK).
What happens? Yup . . . now you have a salt level that is way to high and now you have to drain the pool
The Tri-Sensor mounts in the plumbing prior
to the cell and measures flow, salt level and temperature.
Complete Jandy Package
The AquaPure system is a part of
Jandy's complete line of pool equipment. Jandy manufactures a complete line of pumps, filters, heaters, heat
pumps, valves, chlorinators, controls and salt systems. The AquaPure software is currently being
revised to integrate with the AquaLink electronic control system.
3. In-House Manufacturing
Without a doubt, the most critical part of
the salt system is the cell. In any system, the cell is the component that is most prone to failure, if not
manufactured to the highest standards. It is also the most expensive part to replace. When Jandy
purchased the AquaPure system, the purchased the entire manufacturing company, Huron Tech. Huron Tech
manufactures its own titanium plates and heat exchangers for their salt systems and heat pumps. Keeping this
manufacturing process in house insures quality control and also keeps the cost of replacement parts down.