Sanitation System

Not all water sanitation is created equal

Chlorine is a globally recognised sanitiser for swimming pool water. It removes potentially lethal, pathogenic organisms and ensures the water is safe to swim in.

Unfortunately not all water sanitation methods are created equal, and regardless of the method used, some residual sanitiser is vital for protection against waterborne pathogens.

Today, there are two methods for providing a chlorine residual, which are manual chlorine dosing and inline chlorine generation via electrolysis.

But what is the difference between the two methods and how do they compare?

The main difference between manual chlorine dosing and inline chlorine generation is how the chlorine is produced, stored and introduced to the pool water. Tests prove that it is virtually impossible to sustain the correct level of sanitation using outdated old fashioned and dangerous manual dosing. Don’t worry there is technology that can help.

Inline chlorine generation via electrolysis

In a process known as electrolysis, water passes through an electrolytic cell converting minerals and salts to sodium hypochlorite (commonly known as liquid chlorine). The chlorine is then distributed directly into the pool water, keeping it clear and bacteria free at all times

Pools disinfected via electrolysis are known as ‘salt-water swimming pools’.

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Is your pool threatening your safety?

There are many risks associated with conventional chlorine dosing including the storage and handling of chlorine. It’s time to put a stop to it, once and for all.

Health & Safety Hazards

The transportation of dangerous chemicals such as chlorine, is a major public safety concern. The risk of a potential accident, resulting in a chemical spill or leak is high.

Many accidents at swimming pools are also related to chlorine exposure. They can be caused by improper mixing of chemicals and subsequent chlorine off-gassing, leading to disastrous (or fatal) impacts to humans as well as significant equipment damage.

Wasteful Water Dumping

There is no miracle product to lower the TDS level or water hardness caused by conventional chlorine dosing. The only way is to drain (partially, or completely) and refill the pool. The
financial and environmental costs of water waste are significant.

Embrace the benefits of inline chlorination

Inline chlorine generation via electrolysis is the future of water disinfection. It delivers all the benefits of clean and bacteria free water without the risks associated with conventional chlorine dosing.

Eliminates Potential Weaponisation

Via the process of electrolysis, chlorine is produced onsite and inline using minerals and salts dissolved in pool water. The need for off-site chlorine production, transportation and storage is completely eliminated, along with the associated public safety risks.

Improves Health and Safety

By breaking the cycle of constant chlorine deliveries, storage and handling, health and safety hazards are significantly reduced. There is no direct human contact with chlorine, and therefore no training or PPE required.

Risks associated with chlorine exposure caused by the improper mixing of chemicals or chlorine off-gassing are eliminated. So too are the chances of accidental chlorine inhalation, splashes or burns.

Destroying Chloramines

Inline chlorination via electrolysis helps to improve air and water quality by destroying chloramines.

Chloramines give chlorine a bad name.

While chlorine is globally recognised as an effective and efficient disinfectant, many people confuse chloramines with chlorine.

Chloramines are chemical by-products caused by the reaction of free chlorine with substances such as urine, faeces, sweat, body oil, cosmetics, etc, introduced to pool water by swimmers. Poolworld calls these “Swimmer Introduced Nasties” (SIN’s).

Chloramines or combined chlorine causes eye and skin irritation and even respiratory illnesses to pool staff and patrons, as well as undermining the efficacy of free chlorine.

Chloramines, and not free chlorine, are responsible for the distinctive strong “chlorine” odour. If not addressed, chloramines can build up to toxic levels which then contribute to poor air and water quality (particularly in indoor swimming pools).

Poolworld recommends simpler, safer and smarter technology helps to destroy chloramines which is particularly beneficial in indoor swimming pools.

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