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Thread: Electronic Oxidation

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    May 2007
    SWSuburban Chicago, IL

    Electronic Oxidation

    I've not heard of this another terminology thing? Is this a case of 'works in small ponds - not practical for swimming pools' kind of thing? What I found interesting was their recommendation to lower the PH to 6.8....

    Edit: Oh I get it now, it's another copper-ions system...
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    Auckland - New Zealand

    Re: Electronic Oxidation

    just your typical ioniser claim
    i have sent the site to the APVMA as its an aussie made product - and definitly not approved on their site

    they take a pretty harsh line on claims of chlorine free pool sanitisers

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