RESIDENTIAL COMMUNAL POOL: SALT WATER CHLORINATION, CONTROL AND DOSING
All the people who are lucky enough to have a residential communal pool know the advantages of salt water chlorination. The pool is used constantly and attracts both adults and children alike during the summer months and this usually involves spending many of the day’s hours in contact with the water. Under these conditions, the salt water chlorination offers a huge difference in comparison with the conventional pool treatment. The quality of water achieved and the feeling for the eyes and skin are unparalleled. Also, the salt water chlorination avoids the storage and handling of commercial chlorine, along with the dangers that can pose. For this reason, more and more neighbours are asking that their residential communal pool be treated with salt water chlorination. Check out all the advantages of salt water chlorination for pools.
Innowater has an extensive range of salt water chlorinators that can provide enough chlorine for any size or type of pool. All models share the same architectural design, with high performance, electronically controlled power supplies and low-maintenance, compact cells.
As well as generating the chlorine, innowater provides you with the measuring and monitoring instruments needed for any commercial swimming pool. pH monitoring is essential because chlorine sanitizing power depends on it. Also, keeping a correct pH value is required in order to avoid lime deposits and algae blooms. Thus, pH monitoring and regulation, together with that of the chlorine, should be prevalent in every public facility. Basically, these instruments consist of a probe, which constantly monitors the pH or the chlorine of the pool, and an electronic monitoring system which, depending on the probe readings, activate a dosing pump or a salt water chlorinator in order to correct the measured values and keep them within the pre-determined range. Check out our monitoring and dosing range.
To discover which salt water chlorinator is the best fit for your residential communal pool, we need to make a calculation based on the following parameters: