Chlorinators


mineral chlorinators

saltwater chlorinators

What is a Saltwater Chlorinator and how does it work?

What is a Saltwater Chlorinator and how does it work?

Saltwater chlorinators, or colloquially known as a Saltwater Pool, produces 'chlorine' by the salt content in your water (Don't let anybody fool you into thinking saltwater pools are chlorine free).

Since the scientific compound for Salt is NaCl (Sodium Chloride), The electrode from your saltwater chlorinator separates the sodium and chlorine elements which both elements dissolves with the surrounding water (H2O). This then creates the chlorine (Hypochlorus Acid) the active killing form of chlorine which kills bacteria and the likes inside pool water. Most chlorinators feature a built in 24 hour time clocks to automise the whole process of circulating and chlorinating your pool on a daily basis. This solution is by far the best choice for people with busy lifestyles who can't chlorinate manually on a daily basis.