Coronavirus Update from ControlOMatic
We know you are getting many notifications regarding the Coronavirus (COVID-19), as we are experiencing the same. However, we believe we have a responsibility to share some important information with you. On March 10th, CDC.gov, released information confirmed by NCIRD (National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Disease), that COVID-19 can not live in properly maintained pool and hot tub water and asserts that chlorine "should remove or inactivate the virus that causes COVID-19."
All of us at ControlOMatic are encouraged that we are part of an industry that offers a way to keep our hot tubs safe for use in this unsettling time. We are making all efforts to protect our team (per guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention), while successfully executing our work duties so we can be a reliable resource for you. The ControlOMatic team is more than a group of co-workers; we are friends and family that truly care about each other. We also care deeply about our relationships with you, our clients. We intend to do all we can to ensure production timelines are met. We are formulating contingency plans to ensure we can continue to meet these timelines as the forecast predicts this to be a long-term event.
NatureChlor Electrolyzed Water Generator
What is Electrolyzed Water?
Electrolyzed Water is comprised of all natural ingredients made by combining water, salt, and a little bit of electricity. The process is called Electrolysis which generates a powerful disinfectant (hypochlorus acid) that can be used as a safe and effective alternative to bleach and other harsh chemicals usually present in household cleaners. ControlOMatic has been utilizing the process of electrolysis for many years in the pool and spa industry to keep swimmers safe. We are proud to be able to use this same technology in a new application to offer a safe and affordable way to create your own disinfectant right inside your own home.
Pool and Spa Products
ControlOMatic develops and manufactures
saltwater chlorine generators for the pool and spa industry throughout the
world. For the last 30 years, saltwater pools have been in high
demand due to improved water quality and the huge reduction in
maintenance that a saltwater system provides. Until now, a smaller
saltwater system designed for a spa or hot tub was not an option. The
standard spa chlorine generators offered by ControlOMatic are very
easy to install and do not require the spa to even be on or interfere
with the current plumbing or electronics, simply add salt, place in
the water, and turn it on. The ChlorMaker, SmarterSpa and MegaChlor
are saltwater systems uniquely designed for hot tubs and spas
bringing the same water quality and maintenance reduction benefits
that pool owners have enjoyed for years. Simply add salt, then let our chlorine generator take care of your
sanitation needs day after day.
Residential Saltwater Systems
Chlorine generation from salt water has been around for a long time and has been popular in swimming pools since the early 1970s. ControlOMatic introduced the first chlorine generator specifically designed for spas and hot tubs back in 2005, the first model was called the ColorChlor. We know offer multiple saltwater chlorination systems that can easily integrate with your hot tub or spa with minimal set-up required. Saltwater systems are a desirable alternative to packaged chlorine and can provide a reduction in operating costs to maintain the spa as well as a much better experience in the water.
Commercial Pool and Spa Chemical Controllers
Chemical Automation refers to the automatic monitoring and control of the sanitizer and pH levels in water in order to maintain clean, safe water at all times, while achieving significant reductions in the cost of chemicals, maintenance, and repairs. Chemical automation is now recognized as a necessity for all commercial and public pools and spas, as well as for quality residential installations. ControlOMatic systems offer the most advanced line of electronic controllers for monitoring and control of water chemistry. For complete details please visit our PoolWarden website.