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    Automatic Pool Chlorinators and Chemical Feeders

    Regardless of the importance of maintaining the sanitation and cleanliness of pool water for creating a positive swimming experience free from unnecessary health risks, many pool owners find pool chemical maintenance demanding and time-consuming. Obviously, we'd all prefer to spend more time in the pool and less time maintaining it, but sanitizing your pool can never be neglected. That’s why many pool owners prefer to use pool chlorinators to automatically administer sanitizer to their pool water.

    Pool chemical feeders are fairly simple devices that hold larger amounts of chlorine or bromine and gradually release these chemicals into the pool. These chemical feeders were invented so pool owners would have a reliable, convenient method for administering the correct amount of chlorine to their pools with less effort and hassles with fewer mistakes. Pool chlorinators also ensure that your pool water is chemically balanced automatically.

    There are various types of swimming pool chemical feeders:

    • Floating pool chlorinators
    • Off line pool chlorinators
    • In line pool chlorinators

    Floating pool chlorinators are among the most popular and affordable automatic pool chemical feeders. You might have noticed these automatic pool chlorinators bobbing up and down in your friend's pool or hot tub. They are convenient and adaptable, and floating pool chemical feeders can be used in any type of pool – in-ground, above ground, spa or hot tub.

    Off line pool chemical feeders can usually be used with either chlorine or bromine and work alongside your pool's pump and filtration system. These pool chemical feeders are easy to install and require little maintenance and are especially well suited for aboveground swimming pools. Finally, there are in-line pool chlorinators. These pool chemical feeders are installed in your pool's plumbing system next to the pool's heater. Installation is a little trickier than for off line pool chlorinators, and in-line pool chlorinators are designed according to the size of your pool.

    Swimming pool chemical feeders can certainly take some of the pressure off when it comes to pool water maintenance. These automatic feeders ensure regular administration of sanitizing chemicals so that you are sure that your water is clear and sanitary without devoting countless hours of your own time. As always, feel free to call our knowledgeable pool pros at PoolProducts.com at (800) 983-7665 with any questions you may have about pool chemical feeders or pool equipment in general.

    For more information, request a Chemical Feeders Info Kit from SPP, for helpful product features and details on the benifits of chemical feeders.
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