How do salt chlorinators work?
Salt chlorinators have added a new dimension to the concept of pool water treatment, as they increase the quality of the water, do not need chemical products and make maintenance work easier.
The salt chlorination process:
1. Approximately 4 grams of table salt is added for every litre of water (nine times less than the amount of salt in seawater and very similar in proportion to a teardrop).
2. Once dissolved, an electric current is passed through the water via an electrode and the salt turns into chlorine. Therefore, there is now enough disinfectant in the water to destroy any micro-organisms that may be floating in it.