Chlorinators

Written by Seth Cotterell
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Sanitation is a primary concern for families with backyard pools. It is critical to keep your pool in optimal condition by maintaining the cleanliness of the water and pool surroundings. You can keep debris from entering the pool by using a pool cover when no one is swimming. This will keep out leaves and dirt.

A pool cover will keep out the big stuff, but what about the dirt you can't see? Improperly maintained pools are a potential breeding ground for all sorts of bacteria and other nasty stuff. People who swim in unclean pools can get rashes or become ill. Keeping your pool sanitary is a job for the whole family.

Chlorinators Keep Pools Clean

The easiest and most effective way to keep your pool clean is with a quality chlorinator. Chlorinators produce and distribute chlorine throughout your pool's water supply. Chlorine is what keeps your pool sanitary. It eliminates potentially harmful substances and organisms but is not dangerous to humans. Too much chlorine is not a good thing, though, so it is important to use a good chlorinator that will regulate the amount in your water.

Chlorinators not only keep pools clean and sanitary, but they take a lot of the work out of pool maintenance too. A typical chlorinator requires that you check the chlorine level of the water only about once a week. The automatic gauge will tell you if the pool needs more or less chlorine. Then you just turn a simple dial to adjust the amount. It's really that easy and you'll get to spend more time swimming in your pool and less time cleaning it.


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