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Resilience D – Digital Salt Chlorine Generator

Magen eco-Energy has been manufacturing natural salt generators for over 15 years. Resilience D is a sophisticated digital chlorinator that is most suitable for moderate pool users who are looking to reduce their dependence of service companies and individual pool service providers. This device is perfect for budget oriented customers who are considering the option of upgrading to an advance model in the future since the Resilience D can be purchased as a basic unit that can later have elements and features added to it. The chlorinator presents data on a digital LCD display where it showcases the salinity levels, the chlorine output, its warnings and alerts. Turbo mode is button activated for up to 72 hours of super chlorination production.

Salt chlorinators produce natural chlorine by applying low voltage electrical current to the pool water. The salt in the water is converted to free chlorine that kills organic matters in the pool without the common side effects that are associated with liquid or granular chlorine. These include: Itchy, dry skin, burning, red eyes and chlorine odors. This method is the most economical, safe and non-toxic pool sanitation available.

Chlorine (HOCl)


No. Saltwater pools use a chlorine generator to convert salt to chlorine at a low but constant pace. For this to happen, the chlorine generator requires a minimum amount of salt in the water. Once the generated chlorine has exceeded its half-life or oxidizes a contaminate, it reverts back to salt, and the process is repeated. Salt is a dissolved solid, and the only way to reduce salt in the water is draining or diluting the pool water.

Recycling the salt and turning it back into chlorine saves big bucks vs. buying chlorine.


A frequent question pool owners ask is, “why does my pool taste salty?” If you have a salty taste, it is usually from adding too much salt to the pool. The E-Series only requires 3500ppm, significantly less compared to a human tear at 9000ppm. When salt levels are in the normal range for the chlorine generator, it is even hard to tell there is salt in the water.