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Did you know that Enviroswim is not just an Ioniser!

Enviroswim is a patented stand alone sanitiser with exemplary sanitising capabilities that has been tested and verified by leading & respected independent laboratories.

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See below a comparison list with the pros and cons of the most common systems on the market. Towards the end of this page you may be surprised to learn that apart from Enviroswim not one of our competitors products has been shown to meet the required sanitising efficacy standards. In fact some have been proven not to meet the standards. With success come the copycats. Enviroswim sales continue to grow year on year thanks to great customer feedback spreading the word. Recently there have been a few new products come to market that claim to be the same or similar to Enviroswim. This is certainly not the case and would encroach on our patented technology. Five minutes for a quick call or email from you will allow us to explain the differences and could save you a lot of wasted money and stress. 

Chlorine is the most common form of pool water sanitation used around the world it is an effective sanitiser when used correctly however it is extremely volatile making it hard to maintain a continuous safe residual level in a swimming pool, the number of serious health issues associated with chlorination are growing at an alarming rate prompting enquiries for safer alternatives.

Requires constant attention and dosing to maintain safe levels, extremely corrosive to pool, equipment, stone, cement, surrounding plants, coping and bathing suits, requires regular physical handling and transportation of the concentrated chemicals. Constant ongoing chemical costs including chlorine, stabaliser, acid, buffer, algaecides, floc, shock more……Industry favored due to constant revenue stream.

Whilst growing attention is focusing on the health concerns surrounding the use of chlorination for water treatment there is also another chemical associated with its use that is also causing concern. Cyanuric acid better know as stabaliser is used as a sun screen or UV protector to hold chlorine in the water for longer periods by reducing degradation by sunlight Cyanuric acid (CAS No 108-80-5) is a structural analogue of melamine. It may be found as an impurity of melamine. Melamine hit the headlines with the Chinese milk powder deaths and also the pet food scandal in the USA.

Pros: Low initial cost. readily available, industry supported.

Cons: Chlorine is very volatile making it very difficult to maintain a constant safe residual level as bather load and condition change. Health issues associated with its use include cancer, asthma, birth defects, pregnancy problems, heart problems, skin allergies and more…. A quick google search "health effects of swimming in chlorine" will highlight nothing but bad news.