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SALT CHLORINATION FOR FURTHER DETAILS:


Certikin 01993 778855 www.certikin.co.uk


Golden Coast 01271 378100 www.goldenc.com


SCP UK 01293 546126 www.scppool.com


The Electrochlor is plumbed directly in-line with the pool equipment, typically after the heater. Electrochlor consists of a power pack and a Salt Cell


SEAL Pool Equipment 07845 903321 www.sealpoolequipment.com


Thermalec 01752 313343 www.thermalec.co.uk


Waterco 01795 521733 www.waterco.eu


Electrochlor automatically generates chlorine to keep your swimming pool clean and healthy


irritated skin or smell of chlorine


• Designed for easy inspection and cleaning, the system is easy to operate.


By using cutting edge technology, together with quality materials, they always ensure that their customers benefit from the best products with original design, great performance and reliability, all at affordable prices plus their chlorinators are made in Britain.


THE SOLUTION LIES IN THE ZODIAC TRI The Zodiac Tri salt chlorinator available


through Certikin International offers a fully automated solution for creating pool water that is pure and soft with minimal effort. The Zodiac Tri offers a choice of stand alone salt chlorination; chlorination with automated pH; chlorination with pH and ORP (Redox) control.


Efficient, gentle on the skin, practical and reliable, it is virtually maintenance free as its self-cleaning electrodes have adjustable polarity reversal for hard water areas. It can treat from 40 to 140m3


of water and is


suitable for all types of pools and surfaces, though as with all salt chlorination systems, it is recommended to


check the compatibility of heating equipment with salt water prior to installation.


The TRI system offers a standard salt chlorinator


function, with add-on modules of automatic pH regulation and chlorine adaption to suit to the customer’s requirements. Each optional module


operates intelligently: TRI pH and TRI Pro automatically measure and regulate the pH level; as a complement, TRI Pro automatically regulates chlorine production adapting to different conditions (water temperature, stormy weather, pool cover etc).


STRONG WORLDWIDE PRESENCE The Electrochlor from Waterco Europe automatically generates chlorine to keep a swimming pool clean and healthy. Precision chlorine production controls allows this system to be easy to set and operate. There is an optional self-cleaning electrolytic cell to make life even easier.


With a variety of contaminants entering pool and spa water, sanitising can be a complicated problem to solve. The Electrochlor will automatically maintain the chlorine level of a pool and eliminate problems associated with periods of very high or low chorine levels. Fewer fluctuations in chlorine levels mean fewer fluctuations in pH levels. This adds up to more stable, balanced water which in turn prevents the growth of all common algae. A salt water pool can provide a more comfortable swimming environment which is less irritating to the body than standard chlorinated water.


The Electrochlor is plumbed directly in-line with the pool equipment, typically after the heater. It consists of a power pack (to supply the power to the cell) and a salt cell, where the chlorine is produced.


The conversion by many to fresh, silky feeling water is well under way and as more and more people become aware of the alternatives to sanitising pool water, so the


The Zodiac Tri Salt available from Certikin International 60 October 2013 SPN


technology and equipment will evolve to enable this metamorphosis to take place. It seems the future is bright and clear and doesn’t smell of chlorine! SPN


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