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Pentair 521105 IntelliChlor IC60 Salt Chlorine Generator Cell (US Version)
Pentair 521105 IntelliChlor IC60 Salt Chlorine Generator Cell (US Version)

Pentair 521105 IntelliChlor IC60 Salt Chlorine Generator Cell (US Version)

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Pentair 521105 IntelliChlor IC60 Salt Chlorine Generator Cell (US Version)
Pentair 521105 IntelliChlor IC60 Salt Chlorine Generator Cell (US Version)
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Style: IC60


Features

  • Requires 520556 Intellichlor Power Center (sold seperately)
  • Fits Pentair ComPool to EasyTouch upgrade system
  • Measures 1-1/2-inch length by 4/7-inch height by 4/7-inch width
  • Communicates with IntelliTouch, EasyTouch and SunTouch Automation Systems

Description

Style:IC60 IntelliChlor IC60 Cell for pools up to 60,000 gallons. New installations require PC100 power center to operate.Pentair IntelliChlor Electronic Chlorine Generator takes electrolytic chlorine generation to a higher level of convenience, reliability and safety. Electrolytic Chlorine Generation is the easiest, most effective and convenient way to keep pool water sparkling clean. The Pentair IntelliChlor chlorine generator uses common table salt to produce all the chlorine your pool needs, right in your pool - safely, effectively, and automatically. Same sanitation performance as manual chlorine addition without the drawbacks. No need to buy, transport and store expensive chlorine compounds. No more odor, stinging eyes, irritated skin and bleached out swimsuits


Product Dimensions: 1.5 x 0.58 x 0.58 inches


Item Weight: 7 pounds


Manufacturer: Pentair


Item model number: 521105


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer: No


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Style: IC60


Features

  • Requires 520556 Intellichlor Power Center (sold seperately)
  • Fits Pentair ComPool to EasyTouch upgrade system
  • Measures 1-1/2-inch length by 4/7-inch height by 4/7-inch width
  • Communicates with IntelliTouch, EasyTouch and SunTouch Automation Systems

Description

Style:IC60 IntelliChlor IC60 Cell for pools up to 60,000 gallons. New installations require PC100 power center to operate.Pentair IntelliChlor Electronic Chlorine Generator takes electrolytic chlorine generation to a higher level of convenience, reliability and safety. Electrolytic Chlorine Generation is the easiest, most effective and convenient way to keep pool water sparkling clean. The Pentair IntelliChlor chlorine generator uses common table salt to produce all the chlorine your pool needs, right in your pool - safely, effectively, and automatically. Same sanitation performance as manual chlorine addition without the drawbacks. No need to buy, transport and store expensive chlorine compounds. No more odor, stinging eyes, irritated skin and bleached out swimsuits


Product Dimensions: 1.5 x 0.58 x 0.58 inches


Item Weight: 7 pounds


Manufacturer: Pentair


Item model number: 521105


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer: No


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


View our full shipping policy here.

Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

View our full returns policy here.

Features

  • Requires 520556 Intellichlor Power Center (sold seperately)
  • Fits Pentair ComPool to EasyTouch upgrade system
  • Measures 1-1/2-inch length by 4/7-inch height by 4/7-inch width
  • Communicates with IntelliTouch, EasyTouch and SunTouch Automation Systems

Description

Style:IC60 IntelliChlor IC60 Cell for pools up to 60,000 gallons. New installations require PC100 power center to operate.Pentair IntelliChlor Electronic Chlorine Generator takes electrolytic chlorine generation to a higher level of convenience, reliability and safety. Electrolytic Chlorine Generation is the easiest, most effective and convenient way to keep pool water sparkling clean. The Pentair IntelliChlor chlorine generator uses common table salt to produce all the chlorine your pool needs, right in your pool - safely, effectively, and automatically. Same sanitation performance as manual chlorine addition without the drawbacks. No need to buy, transport and store expensive chlorine compounds. No more odor, stinging eyes, irritated skin and bleached out swimsuits


Product Dimensions: 1.5 x 0.58 x 0.58 inches


Item Weight: 7 pounds


Manufacturer: Pentair


Item model number: 521105


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer: No


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Orders placed now will arrive in 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


View our full shipping policy here.

Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

View our full returns policy here.

Top Amazon Reviews


1.0 out of 5 stars
By candewish - Reviewed in the United States on October 25, 2017
The IC60 is a really bad product made by a really bad company
Purchased just 4 months ago and chlorine generation has already quit. This is the 4th IC60 I have owned. The first failed after brief use and Pentair replaced it with a newer model that was functional, but only lasted 18 months. The next one was problematic from the beginning and never generated the specified amount of chlorine - just enough to keep down the algae in a pool with chemically perfect water, and died after 20 months - long enough for me to learn how miserable a company can make customer support. The warranty for this product has been increasingly limited over time (sign of a really bad product) and I was shocked to discover that the warranty on this one was ONLY FOR 60 DAYS unless you had it "installed" by a pool professional and registered within 60 days with proof of purchase!!! Mind you, as a replacement cell, "installation" means unplugging the old one and plugging in the new one. If you are a residential pool owner looking at Amazon for a replacement of your cell, DON'T DO IT if you expect you are getting a decent product from a decent company along with a reasonable warranty.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By R. VanNesse - Reviewed in the United States on May 16, 2016
Is $600 for one year of operating time worth it??
Please read this review before purchasing your new cell for some information regarding warranty/customer support. I have now owned two Pentair IntelliChlor salt cells. The first one was installed when my pool was built. It lasted for just about 4 years and then hit its limit of functionality and had to be replaced. I bought the most recent here on Amazon in April of 2015. It is now May of 2016 and I am told I have to replace the cell because there is an issue with the sensors in the cell that they cannot replace or fix. My warranty was up by almost a motnth and customer care refuses to do anything more than keep me on hold for over 45 minutes each time I call in for technical support.

2.0 out of 5 stars
By Michael Hodges - Reviewed in the United States on June 9, 2017
It works but it will not likely last more that 3 years
Well I am not a happy camper today. I purchased the IntelliChlor IC40 in May of 2014. I have used it for 3 years with out any problems and I kept the unit cleaned appropriately. I am getting the the dreaded flashing green light to check the cell. I checked and blades looked clean. I performed a cleaning to make sure no oil residue on the blades. I check the water quality and the salt was in correct range. It is still telling me to check the cell. I checked for percentage of use of the unit and I have 40% use showing. I should have 60% of cell life usage remaining. I called the company to see if any additional steps to reset the unit. They said if it is clean and the unit is still flashing the check cell light that the cell is now bad. I told them I have only used for 3 years and the unit is showing I have 60% remaining of hours of use. I was told the percentage of use of the cell does not really matter and the cells can go bad even with only 40% of hours used. I got no where close to 5 years of use out of the unit. When it works it is great but it does not last longer that 3 years. This is my second unit. My first unit also lasted 3 years but it was an IntelliChlor IC20. I thought it went bad quickly as it was to small for my pool. I have to think about what direction to go at this point. Stay with this unit or switch to different unit or technology. I hope this helps people with this product.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Tom K. - Reviewed in the United States on June 29, 2018
IC60 keeps my levels normal in the south HOT sun.
I had an IC40 for bout 6 years. I think it was starting to go so I went bigger and upgraded to the IC60 for 2 reasons. 1) It utilizes the same power supply as the IC40, so I didn't need to upgrade that. 2) In Oklahoma we have HOT Summers in upwards of 100* for weeks and the pool is full sun, and it seems the IC40 just couldn't keep up. I'd start to get algae growth even with the IC40 on 100 percent around some dead spots in the vinyl pool. It would get into the little divots and be difficult to remove. For 2 seasons now, the IC60 has kept up and I've had NO algae anywhere and my chlorine levels stay normal. During the peak summer, I have the IC60 at 60% I run our pump/filter system about 8hrs-day. 4 in the morning - 4 in the evening to escape the price hike during peak times from our electric company. 28,800 Vinyl Inground.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By John Wright - Reviewed in the United States on April 26, 2019
Works well for me - make sure you register your product
I bought the IC60 to replace my 4+ year old IC40 that was reaching the end of its useful life. I upgraded to the IC60 because I never felt my IC40 was adequate for my 28,000 gallon pool. Pentair specifications says that the IC40 should be plenty for my sized pool but my experience would disagree. Even before the IC40 started slowing down, I was running 18 hours a day at 100% and still needed to add bleach every week or so to get back up to 6ppm. I got some good advice from my friends at Trouble Free Pool dot com that upgrading to the IC60 would solve my problem. I got a price from a pool service I've used before. An IC 60 installed would have been around $1,400. I bought the IC 60 at Amazon for $735 which is closer to $700 after the 5% cash back for using my Amazon VISA. Installation was a breeze. It took about 7 minutes. After I turned the power back on, the new SWG fired up fine. My salt level, which had been reported as "low" for weeks showed 3600 on the Diagnostics menu on my EasyTouch. The "check cell" warning was clear and "flow" was green. I turned on "super chlorination" as my FC tested 0.5 right before I installed the new SWG. Sunday afternoon, after about 20 hours of runtime, the FC was up to 5.0. If you are reading these reviews you will see a lot of people complaining about only getting a 60 day warranty if you install one of these yourself. That may have been true at some point. I don't know. But it isn't the case now. If you register your product with Pentair within 60 days of installation you get a 2 year warranty. I registered my SWG online and uploaded my Amazon order summary as proof of purchase. I'm glad I did because a few months after I installed my iC60 I started getting an erroneous "low salt" reading. I called Pentair and they sent out a tech who determined the flow switch had gone bad. He replaced it and I am up and running. I was very happy with how Pentair stood behind their product and repaired it quickly without any discussion. So buy your own and save big money!

Top Reviews


1.0 out of 5 stars
By candewish - Reviewed in the United States on October 25, 2017
The IC60 is a really bad product made by a really bad company
Purchased just 4 months ago and chlorine generation has already quit. This is the 4th IC60 I have owned. The first failed after brief use and Pentair replaced it with a newer model that was functional, but only lasted 18 months. The next one was problematic from the beginning and never generated the specified amount of chlorine - just enough to keep down the algae in a pool with chemically perfect water, and died after 20 months - long enough for me to learn how miserable a company can make customer support. The warranty for this product has been increasingly limited over time (sign of a really bad product) and I was shocked to discover that the warranty on this one was ONLY FOR 60 DAYS unless you had it "installed" by a pool professional and registered within 60 days with proof of purchase!!! Mind you, as a replacement cell, "installation" means unplugging the old one and plugging in the new one. If you are a residential pool owner looking at Amazon for a replacement of your cell, DON'T DO IT if you expect you are getting a decent product from a decent company along with a reasonable warranty.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By R. VanNesse - Reviewed in the United States on May 16, 2016
Is $600 for one year of operating time worth it??
Please read this review before purchasing your new cell for some information regarding warranty/customer support. I have now owned two Pentair IntelliChlor salt cells. The first one was installed when my pool was built. It lasted for just about 4 years and then hit its limit of functionality and had to be replaced. I bought the most recent here on Amazon in April of 2015. It is now May of 2016 and I am told I have to replace the cell because there is an issue with the sensors in the cell that they cannot replace or fix. My warranty was up by almost a motnth and customer care refuses to do anything more than keep me on hold for over 45 minutes each time I call in for technical support.

2.0 out of 5 stars
By Michael Hodges - Reviewed in the United States on June 9, 2017
It works but it will not likely last more that 3 years
Well I am not a happy camper today. I purchased the IntelliChlor IC40 in May of 2014. I have used it for 3 years with out any problems and I kept the unit cleaned appropriately. I am getting the the dreaded flashing green light to check the cell. I checked and blades looked clean. I performed a cleaning to make sure no oil residue on the blades. I check the water quality and the salt was in correct range. It is still telling me to check the cell. I checked for percentage of use of the unit and I have 40% use showing. I should have 60% of cell life usage remaining. I called the company to see if any additional steps to reset the unit. They said if it is clean and the unit is still flashing the check cell light that the cell is now bad. I told them I have only used for 3 years and the unit is showing I have 60% remaining of hours of use. I was told the percentage of use of the cell does not really matter and the cells can go bad even with only 40% of hours used. I got no where close to 5 years of use out of the unit. When it works it is great but it does not last longer that 3 years. This is my second unit. My first unit also lasted 3 years but it was an IntelliChlor IC20. I thought it went bad quickly as it was to small for my pool. I have to think about what direction to go at this point. Stay with this unit or switch to different unit or technology. I hope this helps people with this product.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Tom K. - Reviewed in the United States on June 29, 2018
IC60 keeps my levels normal in the south HOT sun.
I had an IC40 for bout 6 years. I think it was starting to go so I went bigger and upgraded to the IC60 for 2 reasons. 1) It utilizes the same power supply as the IC40, so I didn't need to upgrade that. 2) In Oklahoma we have HOT Summers in upwards of 100* for weeks and the pool is full sun, and it seems the IC40 just couldn't keep up. I'd start to get algae growth even with the IC40 on 100 percent around some dead spots in the vinyl pool. It would get into the little divots and be difficult to remove. For 2 seasons now, the IC60 has kept up and I've had NO algae anywhere and my chlorine levels stay normal. During the peak summer, I have the IC60 at 60% I run our pump/filter system about 8hrs-day. 4 in the morning - 4 in the evening to escape the price hike during peak times from our electric company. 28,800 Vinyl Inground.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By John Wright - Reviewed in the United States on April 26, 2019
Works well for me - make sure you register your product
I bought the IC60 to replace my 4+ year old IC40 that was reaching the end of its useful life. I upgraded to the IC60 because I never felt my IC40 was adequate for my 28,000 gallon pool. Pentair specifications says that the IC40 should be plenty for my sized pool but my experience would disagree. Even before the IC40 started slowing down, I was running 18 hours a day at 100% and still needed to add bleach every week or so to get back up to 6ppm. I got some good advice from my friends at Trouble Free Pool dot com that upgrading to the IC60 would solve my problem. I got a price from a pool service I've used before. An IC 60 installed would have been around $1,400. I bought the IC 60 at Amazon for $735 which is closer to $700 after the 5% cash back for using my Amazon VISA. Installation was a breeze. It took about 7 minutes. After I turned the power back on, the new SWG fired up fine. My salt level, which had been reported as "low" for weeks showed 3600 on the Diagnostics menu on my EasyTouch. The "check cell" warning was clear and "flow" was green. I turned on "super chlorination" as my FC tested 0.5 right before I installed the new SWG. Sunday afternoon, after about 20 hours of runtime, the FC was up to 5.0. If you are reading these reviews you will see a lot of people complaining about only getting a 60 day warranty if you install one of these yourself. That may have been true at some point. I don't know. But it isn't the case now. If you register your product with Pentair within 60 days of installation you get a 2 year warranty. I registered my SWG online and uploaded my Amazon order summary as proof of purchase. I'm glad I did because a few months after I installed my iC60 I started getting an erroneous "low salt" reading. I called Pentair and they sent out a tech who determined the flow switch had gone bad. He replaced it and I am up and running. I was very happy with how Pentair stood behind their product and repaired it quickly without any discussion. So buy your own and save big money!