Pool Heaters - How to Use an Automatic Swimming Pool Chlorinator

by Pool Builders on 12-07-2009 in Articles

A pool's pH indicates whether the water is acidic or normal. It should be maintained between 7.2 and 7.6. If it gets any lower than that, the water becomes acidic and eats away any stainless steel and copper used in the pool. It might also causes irritation in the eyes and skin leading to bigger problems.

For maintaining the right pH balance of the pool it is imperative to give it chlorine treatment which can either be done manually or through machines. If you are one of those who want a hassle-free job that does not require much time and manpower then getting an automatic swimming pool chlorinate should be your priority.

This handy piece of machine works both in in-ground and above-ground swimming pools. Also known as the chlorine feeder works with the filtration system to clean the pool and maintain its Ph balance. The first and foremost step to do any job in the best possible manner is to get the right kind of equipment. You will have to consider the specifications of your filtration system when buying a chlorinate.

Although the automatic chlorinate available in the market have been designed to work with all kinds of filtration systems but be very careful about the compatibility of the one you are buying so that you don't have to spend on any damages to your system later on. Once you have bought the right automatic chlorinate, the next step is to install it. That does not require a genie in the lamp. All automatic chlorinate packages come with instruction. Just follow them exactly and your machine is ready to go.

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