Automatic pool chemical feeders, such as a chlorinator or brominator, help to take some of the guess work out of pool maintenance. These type of pool sanitation systems dispense the exact quantity of chemicals into your pool at the right time to help you maintain the correct chemical levels for your pool.
Features to Look for in Your Chemical Feeder
When you're choosing a chlorinator, brominator or other type of chemical feeder you should consider looking for one with a:
- - Cover that you can lock and seal while still providing easy access to add chemical tablets. Ensuring the cover is locked will prevent children or pets from gaining access to the chemicals.
- - Chamber capacity that will accommodate the size of your pool.
- - Regulatory valve that will allow you to adjust and control the rate that chemicals are fed into your pool
Each pool and environment is slightly unique, so you'll need to make adjustments for the conditions of your pool, and to account as for your own personal equipment set up during installation. If you require any additional components for setting up your new chemical feeder, click here to browse our Plumbing and Fitting supplies online.