I'm considering getting the Liquidator, but I'm a little worried about chlorine fumes.
All the pictures I see from people who are singing its praises have the Liquidator installed outdoors. In my case, it would be installed in a pump room with reasonably poor ventilation. The lid of the Liquidator is obviously not designed to make an air-tight seal.
Having been hit with chlorine fumes from opening up a puck chlorinator, I am very wary of anything that could cause a buildup of chlorine fumes, especially in a room where I'm not the only one with a key. The Liquidator marketing materials say that the layer of water on the top "minimizes" chlorine smell, but doesn't say "eliminates".
Also, would the heat from the warm pump room accelerate the release of chlorine vapors?