Baquacil is a non-chlorine alternative used to sanitize pools or hot tubs, maybe both. I'm not sure how to answer your question, but I bet you can find the answers at http://www.baquacil.com/default.asp . Good idea to ask your pool person too.
Chlorine and ozone will both kill bacteria, algae and other harmful pathogens and both will oxidize contaminants in the water. The main advantage of chlorine is that it will continue to work after the pump shuts off as it maintains a residual whereas ozone will not. It is a good idea to maintain at least a .5ppm chlorine residual even while using an ozonator.
Run the system as normal but you may also add extra chlorine just before you leave. Or have a neighbor add about a gallon of chlorine or the same amount of chlorine you normally would use per each week you are gone. Of course, the amount of chlorine depends upon the size of the pool. You might also get him to brush or vac the pool ( with the added benefit of using it without abusing it).
Cost-benefit Analysis is simply calculating the cost of something versus the benefit to see if the purchase or project is worthwhile. It is an example of unadulterated economics. For example, let's say you want to purchase a new piece of equipment for your business. You would calculate the initial cost of the purchase and then calculate how long it would take before the equipment paid for itself and you began making money off the purchase. Which is greater, the cost or the benefit, which determines whether or not the initial purchase is worthwhile. Which is greater, your assets or the deficits of what you or your business is contemplating. Which is greater, the benefit or the cost?
Do you think there are benefits to having the WRONG kitchen tools and equipment? The answer to your question should be obvious: The RIGHT tools and equipment allow you to perform whatever task is at hand. The BEST tools and equipment are easier & more comfortable to use and are durable (often lasting a lifetime or longer).
A salt water pool is a chlorine pool, part of the salt is converted into chlorine electronically. I have found that regardless of the disinfection system used in a pool that the use of chlorine is the easiest and most reliable. The beauty with salt is the water fees better and you don't have to store and handle chlorine which is corrosive at best and explosive at worst. These day you can even go shopping for the type of salt you wish to use to benefit your health and the gardens around the pool.
Some jobs require that employees go to school to learn how to operate the heavy equipment that is used on the job. This is for the benefit of the employee so that they can be safe at work, and the employer will be able to prove to an insurance company that their employees know how to operate the equipment.
If you mean whether there is any benefit to adding salt without adding a chlorine generator (if that's what you meant by conversion equipment), then the answer is not really. There may be a slight benefit in the feel of the water from the added salt as some people who have salt pools say that it feels better on their skin, but without a chlorine generator, you will still need to manually add chlorine to your pool even though it has salt in it. Because chlorine in the pool can be reduced by leaving as gas (from the formula HOCl + Cl- --> Cl2(g) + OH-), having more chloride ions from the salt may increase this ongoing reduction of chlorine (though probably not by much). Higher temperatures also increase this rate of loss with a 10 degree increase roughly doubling the rate of loss. Also note that the increase in Total Dissolved Solids for your added salt (probably around 3500 ppm added) slightly changes the water balance so you'll have to run with a slightly higher (0.1) pH or 22 ppm more Total Alkalinity or 80 ppm more Calcium Hardness. So, bottom line, if you really like the "feel" of a salt pool, you can add salt to your pool for the same effect. Yes you can!!! Really!!! See discussion link or discussion page link just below for another opinion.
Actually, algaecide does not do the actual killing of the algae. It strips the cell walls of the algae and allows the chlorine (hypochlorus acid) to do its job. So algaecide works great as a preventative since it makes the algae much more vulnerable to the chlorine. I typically add 4-6 ounces of Polyquat algaecide per week as a preventative. A side benefit of Polyquat is that it also acts as somewhat of a clarifier.
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