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I have and I love it. Chlorine dries out my skin more than it does most people so I couldn't go with a salt system because the salt is just in the water so that it can generate chlorine. The chemical free water is silky and feels really good. We call my pool the fountain of youth now.
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Answer A salt system connected into the plumbing of the pool produces chlorine from the salt that is added to the pool. One system is done manually the other is …somewhat automatic. You have to add the salt and test and monitor pretty much the same as in the manual add system.
Answer Chlorine is a better system because it kills algie and the salt water atracts it.
a form of sanitation. still only young to the markets especially residential around 10 years and still lots of development for them to come so dont rush into one just ye…t. They kill organisms and bacteria with UV light just like the sun produces or a normal fluoro globe (dont try to make your own UV system please). Be warned that you cant just use a UV system you still need to use chlorine but no where near as much.
It depends on your local regulation. This is the regulation for: METROPOLITAN NASHVILLE AND DAVIDSON COUNTY Maximum Bather Loading For the purposes o…f computing user-loading, those portions of the pool 5 feet or less in water depth shall be designated as "non-swimmer" areas. Portions of over 5 feet in water depth shall be designated as the "swimming" area. In order to compute swimmer and bather capacity, pool areas shall be determined as follows: (a) Ten square feet of pool water surface area shall be provided for each non-swimmer at time of maximum load. (b) Twenty four square feet of pool water surface area shall be provided for each swimmer at time of maximum load. (c) Three hundred square feet of pool water surface area shall be reserved around each diving board or diving platform. This area shall not be included in computing the area of the swimming section.
We went with the ultraguard pool epoxy 6000 about 5 years ago in 2008 with a medium blue color and it still looks great. The prep work was a little work and if someone was…n't there to walk us through it would have been hard, but they helped us. Easiest part was putting the 6000 ultraguard pool epoxy on since it was just like painting your house. One other thing that really helped was the cut in algaecide and chlorine it saved us a good amount of money. We got the 10 year warranty though so we got 5 more years to see if ultraguard pool epoxy is as good as they say. So far it has been a trouble free pool.
Pros: No chlorine = no chlorine smell, no fading of bathing suits, no green hair (for blondes), no raw eyes (from opening underwater), skin doesn't feel gross after swimming (…as with traditional chlorine system). Cons: Not a hugely used system so people at the pool place will tell you conflicting things. Find the expert in the shop and only talk to that person for any questions. The Ecosmart manual is not user friendly. Although it is only several pages long, you will have to dig to get the information that you want for maintenance. Read entire manual several times before doing anything! I am a new pool owner and found the system process easy to use and maintain. Pros: We've been using one for 5 years. Great system. You need to use much more "Hardness" (Calcium Chloride) than you normally would with a Chlorine pool. I add 150 lbs each spring at opening on a 10,000 gallon pool. If you don't, your copper plates will deteriate much faster and you'll be running your ecosmart in the Ionize position more frequently.
It certainly does work and is far easier to apply and maintain than fibreglass. Preferably choose a non solvent based epoxy with no voc's as this is also environment friendly.…
you experience pressure i think um u might wanna check that
Magnablu This is in my opinion the best salt water chlorinator available I have seen one operating for over a year now and have never seen the pool as clean and trouble free. …The system is based on magnesium and potassium chloride instead of the sodium chloride that is normally used in swimming pools. sodium chloride Magnesium and potassium chloride are actually good for you physically and the backwash water is good for the garden. Swimmers that use the pol report that the water feels better and leaves them feeling better then the old system did.
SoftSwim from BioGuard is the best system out there for No-Chlorine pools.
Yes, e-clear on Oxygen is 100% chlorine free. It does not use any chlorine or salt or any other chlorides (such as Potassium chloride or magnesium chloride) to generate chlori…ne, but instead relies on an advanced oxidation process which is combined with copper ionization to sanitize the water.
no you cant the chlorine in the water will agitate the affected area and last longer and out you through serious pain
No. The swimming pool on the Titanic was unused during the sinking. During filming of the 1997 movie, at least two extras nearly drowned in the giant pool used to simu…late the Atlantic Ocean -- but neither was seriously harmed or hospitalized.
There are special chairs designed to lift people out of the pool. The usually require assistance from someone.