Before operating the system, please refer to the below and attached NKD1 Start Up Guide.
• Check your TDS levels in your pool before starting your system.
• TDS levels should ideally be 800-1200ppm and no more than 3000ppm.
• For all new pool installations please seek advice from your pool builder or installer before adding salt or minerals as some new surfaces request no addition when initially completed.
NEVER ADD SALT/MINERALS DIRECTLY TO THE SKIMMER BOX. High concentration of either salt or minerals will pass through your filtration, pump and other pool equipment and may cause damage.
- The system can operate on mineral/magnesium chloride salts and you should allow an extra 20-30% for these type of salts.
- Salt or minerals should always be added to the shallow end of the pool and allowed to dissolve.
- Running the pump will mix the water and help the salt/minerals to dissolve.
- Do not let the salt settle on the floor of the pool as this may cause damage to the surface. Use your pool brush to mix the salt into the water.
When taking your pool water to a pool shop for testing, please ensure you take the enclosed Naked Water Bottle and the document Naked Water Testing attached to ensure your water is tested correctly and accurate results are achieved.
- The only pool chemicals needed are those for normal water balance.
- Copper levels of 0.2-0.5ppm need to be achieved in order to optimally sanitise the pool water.
- INITIAL START UP of the system allows for the size of your pool to be entered and this is critical to ensure the run times of the system and all the levels are set correctly.
- If pool blankets are used OXI and ION levels may need reducing to eliminate higher levels.
- If variable speed pumps are being used T2 times can be extended to suit longer running hours.
T1 = Sanitisation
T2 = Filtering and Circulation