Get your pool ready for winter.

A Swimmers View of the floatron Ionization Process Is your pool ready for winter? It isn't too late in the season to introduce a floatron to your pool. Ionised water will help prevent an over winter algae attack, so there will be no need to shock treat your pool with excess chemicals next spring. Once your pool is ionised and you are ready to close it up for winter, we can help by supplying a winter debris cover
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Fake electrodes

Please beware of cheap electrodes being sold online, many are made from off the shelf aluminium. The performance is nowhere near the floatron alloy of copper, silver and zinc. We have have had reports of floatrons not working as well then discovered that the customers had not purchased their electrodes from us.
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Ionizers, Vacuums & Covers

The Puronizer is a simple ionizer system ensuring quality water with very little effort and no algae. Pool water passes through the in line cell unit, copper and silver ions are released killing bacteria and algae. The MSI Cruiser Automatic Cleaner cleans your pool quickly and efficiently. The Cruiser is so easy to use simply secure the flexible hose directly into the skimmer or vacuum point. Please contact us for a quote for Aquaflex liners, covers, ro...
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Are you planning on getting your pool ready this Easter?

  Despite the miserable weather this week, the forecast is better for Easter and many of you will be thinking about getting your pool opened up ready for Summer.  Make sure your floatron is ready for action:  If you didn't clean your floatron when you packed it up for the winter, now would be a good time to do so: Most customers are excellent at cleaning the electrode. However many forget about the the solar panel, coil and the basket, which can get clogged up especially in hard water areas....
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Get the most out of your floatron!

A Swimmers View of the floatron Ionization Process
Is your floatron working as well as it could be? Has it stopped working so well? Get the most out of your floatron by following the suggestions below: Read the instructions again - yes really! Most after sales questions are answered in the instructions. Give all parts of your floatron a really good clean with a solution of  pH minus (pool acid) - vinegar and coke also work well. The basket, electrode and coil can be left soaking for a limited time if they are really scaled up. Most cus...
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Floatron Review

We have had our Floatron for approximately 4 years.  We live in SW France and have used it in a mediaeval ‘pond’ which is stone lined and which is filled by water draining off the hill above.  It measures 2.5 metres x 4 metres and is roughly 1.5 metres deep, obviously less in the heat of the summer. The wild life has introduced itself, mainly frogs and salamanders. I was concerned about the water quality but since using the Floatron we have never had any trouble  except when I forgot to clean t...
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