Clearwater/ Zodiac LM3-40 Salt Water Chlorinator to 40,000 gallons- Self Cleaning
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Zodiac has expanded the horizon of pool water treatment to bring you the ultimate salt water chlorinator, LM3. Its stateof-the-art cell is stylish and maximises the efficient sanitation of your pool water.
The Zodiac LM3 salt water chlorinator allows you to set and forget your level of chlorine output. For periods of heavy bather load, or extreme temperatures, a simple Super Chlorinate function will make keeping your pool sanitised simple.
Boost your chlorine output with one press of the Super Chlorinate button. The LM3 will automatically adjust itself back to pre-set levels after 24 hours.
Zodiac LM3 is the next generation of self cleaning salt water chlorinator technology, featuring electrode technology that further reduces calcium (or scale) build-up. A process that otherwise would require you to perform regular maintenance cleaning your cell.
The Zodiac LM3 will reduce time spent on regular maintenance, leaving you to relax and enjoy your swimming pool.
- Set and forget operation
- Advanced electrode technology for maximum sanitation
- Self cleaning cell
- Super Chlorinate function to boost chlorine levels
- Digital time switch for continuous and automatic operation
- Models to cater for pools up to 160,000 litres (in temperate climates)
- Simple touch pad controls
- Easy installation
- Reduces time spent on maintenance
- Covered by Zodiac Warranty and backed by Clearwater Technology
The Zodiac Warranty: The Control Unit carries a Full Two Year Warranty and the Electrode carries a Five Year Warranty (12 months Full Warranty followed by a further 48 months Pro-rata Warranty)
|Model / Series||Chlorine Output |
(gas) Chlorine Produced
in 8 hrs
|LM3 15||15 gm/hr ||185 gm |
|LM3 20||20 gm/hr ||245 gm |
|LM3 24||24 gm/hr||295 gm|
|LM3 30||30 gm/hr||365 gm|
|LM3 40||40 gm/hr||490 gm|
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|This product was added to our catalog on Monday 16 January, 2006.