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​***2021 TRI-CHLOR CHLORINE TABLET SHORTAGE MAY LEAD TO POOL CLOSURES***







*Switch from using high cost inefficient Trichlor Tablets

*Utilize ORP and pH probes to test and monitor chlorine and pH levels constantly

*Maintain proper chemical readings with an advanced Controller that monitors and adjusts chemical dosages as needed

*Utilize Chlorine and Acid Pumps and liquid tanks that dose the proper amount of chemical and only when needed to maintain proper readings

*Eliminate High CYA (Cyanuric) Levels from over use of tablet feeders

*Avoid costly draining and filling of pool due to high CYA levels

*Prevent chemical spikes and over feeding

*Protect heaters, equipment and plaster from pH fluctuations

*Protect your swimmers & maintain proper chlorine levels

*Use LESS chemicals & SAVE Money!


​THE BENEFITS OF UPGRADING TO LIQUID FEED SYSTEM

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Disinfection Systems

The purpose of a disinfection system is to automatically supply an adequate quantity of disinfectant to inactivate microorganisms. The state Health and Safety code requires that all public pools be disinfected with a halogen that has a measurable residual. Although there are other halogens, only chlorine, bromine and iodine leave a measurable residual after they are added to the pool water. There are numerous types of chemical feeders and other disinfection systems available on the market today. Below is information about the most common feeders and systems in San Diego County.  Liquid Feeders are generally used in larger pools. Liquid chlorine has a high pH (11 to 13). In order to maintain the proper pH range in the pool, the pH must be adjusted by addition of a chemical with a low pH, like Hydrochloric Acid (HCl). Therefore, liquid chlorine disinfection systems usually consist of a container of liquid chlorine and another container of HCl. The two chemicals are drawn out of their storage tanks by pumps, and feed into the pool return line by a small hose or tube. These chemicals should be fed into the pool return line downstream, or after the filter and heater, in order to reduce any possible chemical damage to the equipment.