Let’s compare Salt water sanitation systems in a pool vs hydrodynamic cavitation water sanitation systems
Salt Pool: Salt water sanitation systems in pools use a process called electrolysis to convert salt into chlorine. In this process, a chlorine generator is used to pass an electrical current through salt water, which releases chlorine gas. The chlorine gas is then added to the pool water and helps to oxidize and sanitize it. The chlorine is also able to bind to and break down organic materials, such as sweat and body oils, which keeps the pool clean and clear.
Hydrodynamic Cavitation Pool: Hydrodynamic cavitation that occurs in the Vital Water filter is a patented technology that uses an ultra–high–speed flow of water to create tiny bubbles of air and gas. When these bubbles come into contact with water, they create a highly pressurized environment that is capable of breaking down contaminants, heavy metals, and bacteria. The process also increases oxygen content and helps to balance pH levels. The end result is a clean, healthy pool environment.
You may be wondering if Hydrodynamic Cavitation also get’s rid of body oils, sweat, dead skin cells, and urine. The answer is, Yes, the hydrodynamic cavitation that occurs inside the chamber of the Vital Water filter is capable of breaking down organic materials, such as sweat and body oils, dead skin cells, and urine, which helps keep the pool clean and clear.
The results of a pool that is cleaned via Hydrodynamic Cavitation are even better and healthier for you. You can say good bye to those expensive salt-chlorine generators, monthly salt orders, and spend less money on routine pool maintenance.