Category Archives: Chlorine Generation

MC12 Solar Panel Electrode

Solar powered salt water chlorination is the greenest form of chlorinating a pool. Make your own chlorine out of salt that was added to the water and with an Eco-friendly solar panel there is no drain on the electrical grid. There is just the one time charge for the salt and the MC12 system which…

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Alternatives that Lead to Lower Chlorine

Alternatives are additional products that can be added to the water to lower the chlorine requirements allowing salt water chlorine generators to run less and increase the life span. We have chosen and tested essential oils from Young Living because of their purity and the Seed to Seal process. Other alternatives include enzymes, mineral cartridges,…

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Chlorine Detection Technology

Typically salt water chlorine generators operate on a timed cycle. Part of the time they are making chlorine, then part of the time they are off and then repeat. The SmarterSpa and MegaChlor-CD are the only chlorine generators in existence with chlorine detection technology built into the electrode. We are often asked if our chlorine…

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Inline installation

We used to provide an inline version of the ChlorMaker and MegaChlor and we can still provide the kits but we don’t have a product offering with the kit included. Our products are safety certified, to have an inline version safety certified would require certification by the spa company and the inline chlorine generator would…

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More on Corrosion and Salt Systems

An letter to the editor of the Service Industry News: It was good to come across your article, basically asking the market for more informed feedback as to the question “Do chlorine generators cause corrosion?” There is no real link to the article, and it may be replaced but for now http://www.serviceindustrynews.net/letters-to-the-editor/ By Timothy S…

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Sodium Bromide – Sodium Chloride

If you don’t want to use chlorine in your spa then you can use sodium bromide salt  to make bromine instead of chlorine. Sodium Bromide is significantly more expensive than sodium chloride and you can get it in liquid or powder form. You will need about 3000 PPM so start with about 2 pounds per…

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