Pool Tool Co. Inline Zinc Anode 104-C2

Item #: 104-C2
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Pool Tool Co. Inline Zinc Anode 104-C2

Protect metal parts in your pool from corrosion with Pool Tool Co. Inline Zinc Anode. This product is a must have for salt water pools where galvanic corrosion can damage heaters, pool lights, and rails. When installed the Inline Zinc Anode sacrifices itself to corrosion to prevent damage to your equipment, saving you time and money in the long run. This product comes with everything you need for a new installation, including 4 ft. of #8 copper bonding wire. Anodes only need to be replaced every 4 to 5 years, making this a great, long-lasting investment for any salt water pool.

Pool Tool Co. Inline Zinc Anode Features:
  • Protects metal components from galvanic corrosion
  • Must have for salt water pools
  • Prevents damage to heaters, pool lights, and rails
  • Saves you time and money long term
  • For new installations
  • Lasts 4 to 5 years
  • Great investment for salt water pool owners
Plumbing:
  • For 2" Plumbing
  • Clamps onto existing pipe for easy installation
Includes:
  • (1) Inline Zinc Anode
  • 4 ft. of #8 Copper Bonding Wire
Pool Tool Co. 104-C2

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Clever idea for salt pools to prevent damage - very easy to retrofit

If you own a salt pool, you need one of these to control the atom-by-atom disassembly of you pool equipment, I had a pool cover aluminum tube turned into Swiss cheese over time as well as damage to my heater. Surprisingly easy to install with a drill, 1/4” bit and a screwdriver. Also, make sure you attach the bonding wire. This is a key safety feature for all pools and ensures your pool water is electrically bonded per code.

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Clever idea for salt pools to prevent damage - very easy to retrofit

If you own a salt pool, you need one of these to control the atom-by-atom disassembly of you pool equipment, I had a pool cover aluminum tube turned into Swiss cheese over time as well as damage to my heater. Surprisingly easy to install with a drill, 1/4” bit and a screwdriver. Also, make sure you attach the bonding wire. This is a key safety feature for all pools and ensures your pool water is electrically bonded per code.