Pool Sanitizing: A Return to the Simple

In the swimming pool industry, one of the most popularly chosen forms for sanitizing water is liquid sodium hypochlorite. Commonly known as liquid chlorine, it is widely used in swimming pools both commercial and residential. It is a bit of a misnomer to use the term liquid chlorine; technically speaking it can better be described as a chlorinating compound. It would more correctly be referred to as liquid bleach.

Sodium hypochlorite is made up of a blend of liquid chlorine, water and sodium hydroxide. The popularity of liquid sodium hypochlorite is primarily due to its availability, cost and efficacy. Also, sodium hypochlorite will not contribute to an increase in calcium or cyanuric acid. It remains one of the purest and simplest formulas for the disinfection of bacteria and the prevention and removal of algae in swimming pools.

By: Aqua Magazine : https://aquamagazine.com/service/pool-sanitizing-a-return-to-the-simple.html

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