Chlorinators

Metchlor Caddy Metchlor Caddy

All New for 2011 – The Metchlor Caddy. For those of you who do not want to add a permanent Chlorinator into your plumbing system of your pool, we have now come up with a solution for you. The all new “Metchlor Caddy” is attaches to the top of any size pail that you may have and hooks directly to your pump strainer in replacement of the drain plug. By virtue of its corrosion resistant valve and solid state timer, liquid chlorine can be added to your pool from one to three times... 

Metchlor used on in-ground and above ground Swimming Pools Metchlor used on in-ground and above ground Swimming Pools

When it comes to the question “What is the best way to effectively chlorinate an in-ground swimming pool?” the answer is unanimously the Metchlor in conjunction with liquid chlorine. The unit is easily installed in the plumbing and attached near the front of the pump. It can also be used on above ground pools. With your pump running the Metchlor will dispense liquid chlorine up to three times per day with the use of a timer. We recommend one application at night, and another during... 

Dynachlor used on above ground Swimming Pools Dynachlor used on above ground Swimming Pools

Dynachlor is used on above ground swimming pools using liquid chlorine. This is the most economical way to chlorinate your pool. No electrical hook-ups required with this system. This unit is attached directly to the pump and disperses liquid chlorine continuously. By using our system you will be able to use much less chlorine as you have small droplets enter your pool at all times. Without our system you tend to put too much chlorine into your swimming pool, so you end up with the smell of chlorine... 

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Chlorinator Kits

Parts included in the Metchlor Caddy Parts included in the Metchlor Caddy

The following are the parts included in the Metchlor Caddy Metchlor Caddy Unit - base plate (not included in above picture) - grey plastic dip tub - flow regulator - solenoid - digital timer - fitting that replaces the drain plug - Detailed installation instructions. Click below to see the installation video for the Metchlor Caddy. Click Here to purchase a Metchlor Caddy Pool Chlorinator at a EXTRA SPECIAL “SUMMER CRAZY” WEB PRICE.  Read More →

Parts included in the Metchlor Parts included in the Metchlor

The following are the parts included in the Metchlor Metchlor Unit and threaded adaptor - white plastic dip tub which attaches to any chlorine container - flow regulator - solenoid - digital timer - Detailed installation instructions. Make sure that you measure the size of the pipe (1 1/2″ or 2″) that attaches to the front of your pump to make sure you order the right Metchor. Click here to purchase a Metchlor Pool Chlorinator at a SPECIAL WEB PRICE  Read More →

Parts included in the Dynachlor Parts included in the Dynachlor

Below is a list of the parts included in the Dynachlor Dynachlor Unit with threaded adaptor - white plastic dip tube which attaches to the chlorine container - flow regulator - the viewing window that allows you to see the real-time dispensing of liquid chlorine - Detailed installation and setting instructions. Click here to purchase a Dynachlor Pool Chlorinator at a SPECIAL WEB PRICE  Read More →

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Frequently Asked Questions

Difference between Liquid, Salt and Ionizer Chlorinators Difference between Liquid, Salt and Ionizer Chlorinators

Sanitation of Your Pool Water: Liquid Chlorine, Salt Water Chlorinators and Ionizers, the Differences and What the Metchlor Caddy Can Do for You Putting liquid chlorine into your pool provides immediate and effective sanitization, it is readily available to perform the job it is supposed to. If you need additional chlorine, all you have to do is add more liquid chlorine. With time and sunlight, the liquid chlorine breaks down into common table salt and oxygen, without altering the pH of the swimming pool water. Over time a small build-up of salt in your pool water will make it soft and very swimmable. The “Metchlor Caddy” automatically, safely and regularly adds liquid chlorine into your pool, no forgetting, no pouring and handling, no bleached cloths, no damage to your pool liner, just chemically balanced clean water. Salt water chlorination takes a solution of salt in your... [Read more of this article]

Can the Metchlor or Dynachlor be used to dispense other chemicals into your swimming pool? Can the Metchlor or Dynachlor be used to dispense other chemicals into your swimming pool?

The answer is a resounding yes! Dynachlor for Chlorination and Metchlor for Algaecide when needed. For example, the Dynachlor can be used to chlorinate your swimming pool, while the Metchlor can be hooked in tandem and used to add metered amounts of algaecide or additional sanitizing or water stabilizing chemicals to your pool. Contact our technical staff to help customize the system which best meets your needs. Metchlor adds Algaecide when needed. Here we show a 55L (13 gallon) container of chlorine. Great for vacations or when away from your home for an extended period of time. Also great for larger pools – fill it up and you don’t have to fill for several weeks. Large Container of Chlorine.  Read More →

Additional Applications for the Metchlor and Dynachlor Pool Chlorinators Additional Applications for the Metchlor and Dynachlor Pool Chlorinators

If you already have existing sanitizing systems on your pool but they need a little boost with the powerful sanitizing effects of chlorine, then read the following on the compatibility of our products with those you may already have. 1. Copper, silver or both ion generating systems: Copper and silver ions are great algaesides and have antiseptic properties, but do not offer total protection for your swimming pool water. Liquid chlorine is 100 percent compatible with these systems and either the Dynachlor or Metchlor are the perfect way to add low levels of chlorine to your swimming pool water to ensure the highest water safety. 2. Ozonation and ultraviolet radiation sanitizers: These systems can be overwhelmed by high bather traffic, changes in the weather or large quantities of vegetative debris. Adding low levels of liquid chlorine will complement their effectiveness and ensure a high... [Read more of this article]

Why choose our Chlorinator over the competitors? Why choose our Chlorinator over the competitors?

Here are a few reasons. Chlorinators that use dry chlorine pucks: While effective, unlike liquid chlorine dry chlorine pucks release a really nasty odour in their storage container and are a fire hazard. When used in canister chlorinators, they slowly mix with the pool water in the canister and release chlorine gas, creating an explosion hazard and danger when the canister is opened. In addition, dry chlorine pucks are adding calcium hardness to your pool water leading to scaling and caking of your filter sand bed. Liquid chlorine has a very low odour and there is no explosion hazard or gas build-up when using the Dynachlor or Metchlor. Chlorine pucks with stabilizer added: Again effective, but they release a noxious odour, are really toxic, have to be put in your pool skimmer and quickly raise the chlorine stabilizer in your pool to unsafe levels. With the Dynachlor or Metchlor,... [Read more of this article]

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