As the water passes through the quartz it creates an ion charge which acts like a magnet attracting fine particles to be filtered out of the water.
An algal bloom can turn clear clean water into a green swamp overnight. The pH can climb (as algae consumes carbon dioxide which helps keep pH down) and the pool walls become slippery and hazardous underfoot.
From a time in the mid-1900s when there was an idea that 'chlorine fixes everything', the pool chemical industry has evolved. In response to growing consumer expectations, effective, easy-to-use and chlorine-free options are in high demand.
Following any bushfire debris, ash and environmental impurities are always left in the water.
A 5 hp engine enables a pressure of 2500 psi, meaning this cleaner outputs 9 L/min.
Questions from NSW pool owners regarding their pool fence will be answered free of charge on 1 October 2013.