A salt water pool has a chlorine generator that is installed on the pipe leading from the filter to the pool. The chlorine generator electronically separates chlorine gas out of the salt which is then dissolved into the water, automatically maintaining chlorine levels.
Advantages of salt water pool: Salt water pools are more pleasant to swim in, as the water is softer, and it is less uncomfortable to open your eyes underwater. You are also spared having to handle and store chlorine at home. Salt is also less expensive than chlorine.
Disadvantages of salt water pool: Salt water pools are more expensive. The salt attracts calcium buildup on the side of the pool, and it causes corrosion on metal pool surfaces. Also, in order to operate properly, the pump must remain on at all times, and this can increase your utility bill.
Advantages of chlorine pool: Chlorine pools are generally less expensive, even with the added cost of chlorine over salt. They don't cause calcium buildup or corrosion.
Disadvantages of chlorine pool: When swimming in a chorine pool, the chlorine can irritate your eyes and dry out your skin and hair. It can also require more upkeep as you maintain proper chlorine and pH levels.
the advantages of iodine is not affective hard water and less irritating skin than chlorinethe advantages of iodine is not affective hard water and less irritating skin than chlorine.
Only advantages, not disadvantages.
the advantages of water is that it helps us live.
Advantages: ·Is safe to use as does not produce chlorine gas which can be toxic ·It has a low volatility ·It has a low toxicity · It forms water soluble salts of calcium and ferric iron Disadvantages: It is quite expensive compared to hydrochloric acid
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You can add little chlorine to the water to make it bacteriostatic. You can find the chlorine in the water for months together, keeping it bacteria free. The pure water can not be stored for long and can be contaminated with bacteria, any time. The risk of chlorinated water being carcinogenic is theoretical, rather than practical. When you drink the water, most of the chlorine is eaten up by food in the stomach and by the mucous lining of the stomach. The advantages of chlorine in water are far more than the disadvantages. Because the chlorine is very economical, there is no godfather for the same.
The disadvantages are: The cost of chlorine, going to the store to pick it up, storing and handling it. Also, the effects of manual chlorination are dried-out skin, hair damage, swimsuit damage, chlorine odors on skin, red eyes etc. The advantage of chlorine is that it is the BEST KNOWN sanitizer/oxidizer for water, without exception. The advantage of a Saline Purification System is that you get the advantage of 'chlorine' itself, but NONE of the disadvantages of chlorine. It's a no-brainer to convert your pool to the saline system and get all your chlorine for virtually no cost (maybe $5-$10 per year in salt cost) and get none of the nasty disadvantages of manually added pool-chlorine.
The advantages and disadvantages of distillation are quite vast. On advantage of distillation is that the water is pure and will not conduct electricity.
There are a great many advantages and disadvantages of natural rain. One advantage is that you don't have to water plants.
Salt water with a chlorine generator generally results in smoother feeling water and smoother skin on exiting, like soft-water bathing. You also do not see or feel residual chlorine when the water dries. If the chlorine generator requires more than 3500 ppm salt content in the water, the water will taste unpleasant if you swallow it by mistake. In addition, the salt could cause things to rust quicker. Chlorine generators also cost more money.
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The advantages and disadvantages of water supply from river reservoirs and groundwater are one in the same. It could be a good source of water, but if it is contaminated, it could make you sick.
can you give you 5 example of advantages and disadvantages of using plastics
water advantages - simplist mode of respiration is through diffusion disadvantages - low solubility of O2 in water, - temperature and salinity dependant - metabolic consumption of 02 depletes it from the immediate surrounding water
The advantages of detergents is that they act as a surfactant and can break up dirt and oil. One of the disadvantages is that they can be released into the water supply and cause pollution.
the water was salty.
The advantages are that it helps control the water's level easily and safely. The disadvantages are that it is difficult to install and can be quite expensive as well.
Advantages. It sticks paper, card and wood very well and quite quickly. Disadvantages -It won't stand up to damp or water.
Advantages are; they are a reliable water source, they are a source of fresh water and it does not have to be desalinated. It contains essential minerals for human health. Disadvantages are; that people can actually drain an aquifer, leaving that region with a smaller water supply.
Advantages are; they are a relible water source, they are a source of fresh water and it does not have to be desalinated. It contains essential minerals for human health. Disadvantages are; that people can atually drain an aquifer, leaving that region with a smaller water supply.
advantages: you can get water to bathe, drink, and cropdisadvantages: you have to worry about flooding or lack of water
Water never runs out because it is renewable But when you waste water there wont be anymore
Advantages:capable of measuring small amounts of water in the garden.Disadvantages:harder to read is vast quantities.visibly deceiving