By Marcelle Dibrell
Ensuring water sanitation is arguably the most important aspect of a service technician’s job, and becoming educated about the different ways it can be achieved has become a necessity for service pros.
Over the years, the old standby —chlorine — has been asked to move over and make some room for an ever increasing list of chemicals and equipment that promise to accomplish the same goals.
Trade shows and training facilities across the nation have put a growing emphasis on educating professionals about alternatives to chlorine. Hundreds of classes are taught each year on the installation, maintenance and repair techniques for newer sanitation technology.
Because their customers demand it, service professionals who want to stay current have no choice other than to learn about modern water sanitation options.
Pool owners are motivated by a variety of reasons to seek alternatives to chlorine. Some people believe that they are allergic to chlorine. Some seek a more “natural” approach to water sanitation. Some are convinced that an alternative may offer superior performance.Read More