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Use Natural Power to Clean Your Pool Without Chlorine When it comes to maintaining your new pool, you may have thought chlorine was your only option. It is, in fact, the most popular way to treat pool water and over 85% of pool owners use chlorine. However, as concerns over the safety of chlorine grow, we…
When it comes to maintaining your new pool, you may have thought chlorine was your only option. It is, in fact, the most popular way to treat pool water and over 85% of pool owners use chlorine. However, as concerns over the safety of chlorine grow, we continue to seek out more natural ways to treat our pools.
We are proud to offer our customers a more natural solution to chlorine use with the Premier Pure mineral and ozone technology system. It helps to achieve sparkling clear water by naturally destroying bacteria and controlling algae. An alternative to regular chemical chlorine sanitizing methods, an ozone sanitation system is an eco-friendly way to achieve clean and gentle pool water. Why is gentle water a good thing? Think of those red and itchy eyes that come from a day swimming in chlorinated water.
Silver has been known for hundreds if not thousands of years as a water purifier as it is naturally anti-bacterial, anti-microbial and anti-fungal. In fact, ancient Greeks, Romans and Egyptians used silver to purify and preserve their water.
How does this work in an ozone system? As water filters through the cartridge, silver particles seek out and destroy negatively charged bacteria in your pool. After it oxidizes the negative charge, the water flows out of the cartridge neutral, leaving the silver particle to clean more water.
One of natures most natural oxidizers, ozone is created by converting Oxygen (O2) into Ozone (O3).
Exactly how does that work? Ozone oxidants can be put to work as a sanitizing and disinfecting agent or simply used to break down organic substances. It is an effective disinfecting agent that will kill germs, viruses, bacteria, molds and yeasts. Once it’s done oxidizing bacteria in your pool, it converts back to oxygen.