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With features not found in any other commercial UV sanitation system, and convertibility from one lamp to four lamps, the Series 1 system takes swimming pool, spa, water feature, fountain and pond sanitation to a new level.

Using the latest UV low pressure high output UV technology, 13,000 hour lamp life makes the Series 1 systems some of the UV industries easiest to operate, easiest to maintain, and most reliable UV systems available. Suitable for indoor and outdoor operation, this small footprint UV system becomes an obvious choice for the user who demands the best. With its 100% corrosion-resistant and UV inhibited dual reactor design, the Series 1 system incorporates features not found in other UV systems. Removable inlet/outlet unions, the ability to increase the system lamp wattage in the field, a corrosion-resistant polymeric exterior, stainless steel inner reactor reflector for increased intensity, pressure gauge, automatic On/Off power, and plug in electrical components make the Series 1 a true state-of-the-art UV sanitation system. The Trident is available in four capacities from 44 GPM to 168 GPM (10 m3 38.2 m3

/hr to /hr).

Certikin have also added two new models to the domestic Blue Lagoon UV-C treatment range – the Pro and the Pro Buster. The Blue Lagoon Pro has the same features as the existing timer systems with the addition of a flow sensor and a higher 5 bar pressure rating. The Pro Buster, with its three powerful 130 Watt Amalgam UV-C lamps, treats large domestic or light commercial applications up to 450m3

/ 99,000 gallons

and can handle 10 bar pressure with a maximum flow rate of 60m3

/ hr. Both feature

a built-in electronic pre-selector to ensure a smooth power supply and up to 35% more UV-C yield as a result of reflection. All models are supplied with a flow switch to disconnect when no flow is detected and a digital countdown timer indicates when the lamp needs replacing.

CPC Halogen Free Aquablanc O2 Gentle

Aquablanc O2 Gentle is a new oxygen

based system for keeping swimming pools sanitised and bacteria free and therefore is an alternative to traditional chlorine or halogen based disinfection systems. Based on the active oxygen system (MPS), O2 Gentle not only provides halogen free disinfection, which reduces smells and potential irritation created by halogen treatments, but also produces soft, gentle water that is kinder to the skin, eyes and hair. The O2

Gentle system is a

twin sachet system comprising a 220g granular sachet ‘A’ for the disinfection process and a 50ml liquid sachet, ‘B’, which is an

Lo-Chlor Starver phosphate remover reduces chlorine consumption

Aquablanc O2

Gentle pool treatment from CPC

algaecide and bacteria controller. These sachets are complementary and are dosed at similar times to produce a soft, gentle chlorine free swimming environment. Working synergistically, the two sachets create a reliable water treatment system that guarantees optimal water quality. In addition, the O2

Gentle system includes both

Gentle is easy to dose and can be added directly to the pool by using the ‘scissor cut markings’ and pouring in the opened sachets A & B, in accordance with the accompanying dosing table for varying pool sizes. O2

substances to clarify water and to minimise scale formation, thus ensuring water remains crystal clear and scale free. O2


should be dosed at least weekly; by adopting a weekly routine the system becomes easy and simple to apply. O2

Gentle is available from mid June.

Reducing Chlorine Use With Lo-Chlor Products Traditional sanitisers have been used in greater quantities to manage the increasing

issues created from source water supply and increased organic loading in swimming pools – an environment where the consumer has struggled to understand how to use the perceived plethora of chemicals available to them. For over 25 years Lo-Chlor Chemical’s mindset has been to make available speciality everyday use products to reduce the ‘demand’ on traditional sanitisers and this remains an intrinsic part of the strategy. Lo-Chlor’s globally recognised leading phosphate remover Starver is a patented formulation which is both non-toxic and biodegradable and also has a built in clarifier. Starver is unlike other phosphate treatments, as it is dosed via the skimmer where this process ensures that it is totally retained in the filter where the lanthanum crystals absorb phosphate as the water passes through the filter. This ensures that the pool will not turn cloudy, as with some other phosphate removal chemicals. Testing for phosphates is simple with the Lo-Chlor Professional Phosphate Test Kit, it will take either a service engineer or consumer less than two minutes to perform the test and the change of colour quickly indicates if the pool has a phosphate issue. Taking the phosphates out of the pool water inhibits the ability of algae growth by breaking its food chain hence starving the algae of its natural food. This reduces the organic loading and enables both chlorine and algaecides to work more efficiently – the end result is less chlorine being used to provide clear sparkling water.

ProPure Systems Feature A Combined Process

The ProPure:SV range uses the latest technology to create crystal clear pool water, without harmful chemicals. The result of a ProPure system is silky smooth feeling water, with no bather irritation – even for sensitive skin and eyes. It also provides the complete control of algae, and a long term reduction of bacteria.

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