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UV Light Sanitizing Systems for Swimming Pools

It is vital for the health of your pool water to maintain sufficient standards of cleanliness. Therefore, neglecting maintenance can be seriously damaging. UV light pool sanitizers are a worthwhile investment for keeping your sparkling oasis from turning into a swampy lagoon. Even if your pool does not look dirty with an obvious change in color, that does not mean it is necessarily clean or safe to go swimming. Cloudy water for example still appears blue, but regardless, indicates a chemical imbalance. Not to mention clear water can also have its fair share of hidden issues. 

With all that said, opt for a UV pool sanitizer system to keep your water free of bacteria and parasites. The reason why using UV light for an above ground pool is an effective cleanser for pool sanitation is because this doesn’t involve pumping ample amounts of chemicals into your pool. The traditional method of dumping chlorine into your water has been replaced with this more advanced, modern process. Using UV light as a sanitizer for your pool water is a more natural means to clean your pool. Ultraviolet swimming pool treatment is successful because it acts as a disinfectant to get rid of harmful bacteria and unwanted microorganisms in the pool using the sun’s UV light rays.

A pool ultraviolet sanitizer does not and will not harm you or any swimmers because the UV light is contained. A UV light sanitizer is not 100% chemical-free however, it just reduces the amount needed. Pool UV systems still require some chemicals to control the bacteria in the water for those that might take longer to get back to the filter. 

UV sanitizers for an inground pool are installed so that the water goes through the pool’s filtration system first, and then through the UV rays. This is a safe and secure way to clean your pool because the UV light doesn’t leave the graphite housing chamber. Thus, you are not going to be exposed to any UV light. In addition, this system is very low maintenance.

You may be wondering how much a uv pool sanitizer costs? For residential pools, the prices of UV pool sanitizers vary from as little as $350, to upwards of $2,000. A UV sanitizer system for an industrial pool will be a much more costly investment. 

Every brand manufacturer is different, so it’s best to look into reviews for each UV pool sanitizer system before you buy one to get an idea of how the various options differ. In general, there are three main factors that affect price: bulb size, the speed at which the system filters water, and how many gallons per minute you want your UV sanitizer to handle. 

Our Pentair UV pool sanitizer BioSheld uses low-pressure high output (LPHO) lamps that are approximately twice the UV output of a traditional low pressure (LP) lamp. The BioShield manages to keep the pool virtually bacteria-free while reducing chlorine usage. The Penatir Bioshield keeps unwanted guests out of your pool such as Cryptosporidium, the leading cause of waterborne illness which are resistant to chlorine disinfection alone. This system will do the job right and last several years. The popular water equipment brand Hayward, also supplies UV pool sanitizers. 

UV light sanitizers for your swimming pool are a convenient sanitation method because they ensure your pool is clear of harmful parasites, requiring fewer chemicals to do so. An ultraviolet pool sanitizing light is an environmentally friendly option that also is affordable. It is safer to use than chemicals alone and low maintenance. Overall, UV pool sanitizer is considered by some as the best form of cleaning technology. Check out Toronto Pool Supplies for the best UV pool sanitizer options and for all other pool equipment and accessories.

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