1. First, add salt water swimming pool salt in the pool (between 3 kg and 4 kg per 1,000 L of water depending on the system).
  2. The salt water goes through the cell that contains the titanium blades. 
  3. Electrolysis is produced between the titanium blades from a weak electrical current sent from the control box.
  4. This electrolysis breaks the salt molecule (NaCl) in half. That is how chlorine is created. The Cl chemical formulation means Free Chlorine.
  5. Once the disinfection process is completed, the chlorine reverts back to salt.
  6. The salt therefore never runs out and does not evaporate. The only possible salt loss is when doing a backwash or when water splashes out of the pool.