I'm wondering if anyone has worked out the liquidator chemistry? I assume that the hypochlorite is being converted to hypochlorus acid which diffuses into the water above the hypochorite level. I also assume that equilibrium is reached between the concentrated hypochlorite on the bottom and the saturated hypochlorus acid solution above.
The reason I'm asking is that if the above is true then it should not make any difference what strength chlorine solution is used. The same amount of hypochlorus acid would be delivered (assuming constant flow) regardless of the strength of the chlorinating solution. The difference would be that using a 10% or 12% bleach would last longer than using 6%. Is that right or am I missing something?