Which water sanitization system should you choose for your pool?

Which water sanitization system should you choose for your pool?

Over the years, the monitoring of your pool has become a constant worry for you? If you are looking for a solution to spend less time monitoring water quality, the latest generation of automatic management systems can change your life. They can be installed in all pools. in all ponds.

Water sanitization system with and without regulation

Entry-level chemical dispensers and chlorinators are capable of periodically releasing a dose of treatment product (chlorine, bromine), but they merely treat without regulating. A real automatic regulation system measures and sanitizes independently. Higher-end models are smart, enabling you to manage all your pool functions from a smartphone or tablet. Which doesn't mean no human intervention is needed! You will still need to check the pH Minus bottle at regular intervals, but overall maintenance is made much easier.

A whole range of automatic water sanitization solutions are available, from basic to all-in-one, to minimise the operations you need to carry out.

> Hayward's Pool pH, Pool Rx and Pool Rx socket chemical regulation devices make maintenance simple. A dosing pump combined with a probe measures the water and injects products as and when needed.

> Hayward offers a range of salt chlorinators from the simple AquaRite® Flo to the all-in-one AquaRite® + SV, a multi-function control box that manages pH, ORP, chlorine, filtration periods, the heat pump, the lighting and more. All of this via a tablet or smartphone.

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Choosing the right pool filter: the key to ensuring high-quality water

A good pool filter is essential to get the most out of your automatic water sanitization system. If you have recurring issues with green water, your regulation system may not be to blame. All it takes is for your filter to become scaled up, and bacteria will start growing. Check it out for yourself!

When and why should you check your automated water sanitization system?

Any device can develop faults over time. Automating your pool water sanitization system will save you no end of time and give you great peace of mind, but you will still need to check the water values from time to time. There is no such thing as "zero maintenance"...

If the cell inside your chlorinator becomes scaled up, for example, its conductivity will be reduced and its water analyses will be out of whack. It will tend to underestimate the salt level. In that case, it will need to be descaled.

An ORP probe can also become faulty and stop reacting normally. And that can have all sorts of consequences! If it sends the wrong information to the control box, the device will produce too much chlorine. This can cause irreparable damage to the liner. It is better to avoid that by taking some manual measurements...

In spite of this handful of precautions you will need to take, automating your pool will give you unrivalled peace of mind while also reducing operating costs by optimising product consumption. Our range of control boxes perform a host of functions such as water sanitization and regulation (pH, ORP, chlorine, etc.) and control devices such as the filtration pump, heat pump and lighting. Food for thought for the new season!

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