Maximize the effectiveness of chlorine in swimming pools

Swimming Pool

The ability of chlorine to kill microorganisms in swimming pools depends on the pH level of the water in a swimming pool. Chlorine is most effective at killing microorganisms at lower pH levels. However, if the pH level is too low, the water will be very corrosive and irritate the skin of the swimmers. The Series PHO-1 accurately measures the levels of pH, ORP, and temperature. Based on the values, the pH level can be lowered or increased by adding acidic solutions or base solutions to the pool to reach the perfect balance.