ACE Salt Water Sanitizing System 101

Experience the Absolute Best Hot Tub Experience Knowing the Difference is in the Diamonds.

Below are helpful videos to help you learn about and care for your ACE Salt Water System. If you ever have any questions please call us 410-252-5116 or bring in a water sample for free testing.

ACE Owners Manual

ACE Quick Guide

Get ready to enjoy a one of a kind water care system that provides you with easy to care for spa water that looks, feels, and smells great.

Make sure to have your fill water tested before adding any chemicals to your hot tub. Treating for high calcium and metals is the first step to starting up your ACE System.

Keeping a low level of calcium hardness in the water will help you get the most life out of your ACE cell. Keeping the calcium hardness between  25-75ppm is ideal.

If the calcium hardness level is above 75ppm a Vanishing Act calcium remover is the ideal tool to use to soften your water.

The ACE System reduces the amount of time you will spend maintaining your spa water by dramatically decreasing the amount of bottled chemicals you will have to add.

If you get your water from a well there may be metals in the water. We recommend using a Clean Screen Pre-filter to fill your spa.

Cleaning the ACE cell is simple and important to do every 90 days.

The ACE System features a patented diamond electrode cell that allows you to create powerful natural cleaners and provides you will more naturally feeling spa water. Your ACE cell on average should last 2-3 years.

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