Chlorine Systems


The use of chlorine systems is usually used only when there is bacteria in the water. Whether harmful bacteria such as coloform or bothersome bacteria such as Iron bacteria or Sulfur bacteria. In cases of bacteria it takes a stronger oxidizer than oxygen to kill bacteria and therefor we use either chlorine or peroxide.

This system consists of many components: A large Retention tank, usually 80-120 Gallon. A flow switch to tell the Chlorine pump when to turn on, a softener to remove the calcium from the water and a carbon tank to remove the chlorine form the finished water. It also needs a holding tank for the chlorine mixture. It is a complex system but, with the components we use the maint. Is kept to a minimum. We use only the best components such as: We use a no glitch flow switch which is not only very durable but, also comes with several electrical outlets so we can plug in the rest of the system thus saving money on adding additional outlets. Also, we use the best chlorine pump on the market. It is computerized and fully adjustable so the right mixture can be maintained in the retention tank. Below is a picture of a normal Water Guys Installation.

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