No. Swimming Pools contain water with chlorine
Salt water pools are really saline pools. The salt content is much less than natural sea water. You can barely taste the salt in the pool. Chlorine pools hurt your eyes , while salt water pools do not.
Not at the recommended level. If to much is used you may feel sleepy. Chlorine is very dangerous it leaves the water as chlorine gas which can kill you in high enough doses. Always ensure proper ventilation with indoor pools.
You put chlorine in pools, to kill bugs and to stop mosquitoes from laying eggs in the water.
Shocking should be done in order to kill the chloramines. It depends on your chlorine level. For residential pools it should be 1.5-2.5ppm. For commercial, chlorine should be 3.5-4.5ppm. If you have just shocked, don't go in the water. The chlorine is probably 10-12ppm and will cause itching and burning. Wait until the level drops to a safe level, as stated above.
Chlorine atoms do not combine with the water molecules, which, therefore, means that Chlorine doesn't react with water. That is why Chlorine is used in swimming pools.
chlorine disinfects water. eg:swimming pools- it makes them cleaner.
Chlorine water filters are used to remove chlorine from a source of water. It can be used to remove the taste of chlorine from water and is often used in pools.
Salt water pools are in fact chlorine pools part of the salt is turned into chlorine by the salt water chlorinater If it works in a normally chlorinated pool it should also work in a salt water pool. However you should check if there is any metallic ingredient like copper in it as these are not recommended in salt water pools.
chlorine is used every day, in everything from pools and our drinking water.
They are both in fact chlorine pools chlorine pools The difference is that in one you add chlorine directly And in the salt water pool there is a chlorine generator that makes chlorine from the salt that that has been added to the pool. Until recently sodium chloride (common salt) was used in these pools and this gave the water a nice feel for the swimmers. Recently however a new system using magnesium and potassium chloride has been introduced making the water healthy to swim in and good to water the garden with if you are inclined to reuse back wash.
No, you only need to put in the salt and fit the salt water chlorinator. Salt water pools are chlorine pools they make it electronically by converting the chloride into chlorine in the pool
Pools use chlorine to keep the water clean.
No. In fact chlorine is added to swimming pools to kill bacteria.
There is a common misconception that salt water swimming pools are chlorine free. Salt used in pools is "sodium chloride" When the salt water goes thru the generator the chlorine is released.
No. They are a salt water animal and chlorine is used in fresh water like swimming pools.
beacause chlorine is a chemical used to clean water
chlorine is in pools, i don't think that you see the chlorine. it just looks like water, so im guessing that it does.
Chlorinators are often used to maintain the level of chlorine in swimming pools. They put chlorine into the water to kill bacteria. The chlorinator can be regulated so that the amount of chlorine is enough to disinfect the water but not enough to irritate the skin and eyes of swimmers.
Yes. 7% in each bottle of water is chlorine. +++ Are you sure about that level? Mains water chlorine levels are about 2ppm; swimming-pools use 2 -4 ppm. That's far, far lower than that 7%: you'd be drinking bleach!
Swimming pools have chlorine to rid of germs in the water such a ;wee and Bogey...eghhh