Five steps to convert your pool to a salt water system .
First thing to consider is picking the right salt Chlorinator for the job. Always allow a unit that is set for at least a third larger than your pool volume. To work out your pools volume, Take the length of the pool and multiply it by the width, multiplied by the average depth and then multiply the total by 7.5, this will give you the gallons factor if you need the litres multiply by 4.55.
Factors such as Heat, sunlight and pool usage can raise your pools demand for Chlorine.
Choosing the right salt is important, the proper salt to use is non-iodised salt- plain old table salt. You will need to purchase a Phosphate test kit to keep them at bay and by adding Natural Chemistry PHOfree products this will do the job.

Due to the low Chlorine levels salt swimming pools are much softer on the eyes and skin. Scientist have proven that salt water pools are safer as owners do not have to handle toxic chemicals on a regular basis. Salt water pools help to promote our bodies natural relaxation process. It can leave the skin feeling smoother and can help with eczema acne and psoriasis. Swimming in salt water has proven to be easier on body joints. It has no side effect and will not leave you eyes red after long swimming intervals. Salt water has no harmful effects on animals and will not erode stainless steel. The taste is more pleasant than a chlorine dosed pool. It really come down to choice but its nice to have some safe alternatives.

Your pools water will be softer and more luxurious. Call UK swimming pools for a conversion quote.