Sustainability has become a buzzword in recent years, holding a subjective meaning which changes between people and over time. Yet simply put, it is the use of best practices that have the least impact on the environment.
Electrochlorination systems offer a unique future-proof solution for chlorine generation, providing a sustainable, cost-effective and safe method for water disinfection which can be utilised throughout the industry.
What makes electrochlorination systems sustainable?
Electrolytic on-site chlorination removes chemical use from the equation, generating a reliable, low-cost source of chlorine on demand through electrolysis, which only uses renewable and harmless salts, water and electricity. These salts aren’t expensive or rare, providing an eco-friendly, cost-efficient and safe alternative to traditional chlorine donors.
Generating sodium hypochlorite in-situ isn’t just sustainable, it promotes safety for pool staff due to the removal of hazardous chemical transportation, PPE handling implications and storage. This elimination of chemical use also ensures pools can always continue their operations, even if recent chlorine shortage issues re-emerge in future.
Gaffey manufactures a range of Hyprolyser® electrochlorination systems. These unique British-built plug-and-play systems are quick and easy to install, offering reduced maintenance and minimised running costs which equate to exceptional return on investment for swimming pools of any size, from small spas to large aquatic centres.
This unique combination of sustainability, safety and cost-efficiency makes Hyprolyser® electrochlorination systems possibly the ‘best solution available on the market’ for reliable pool water disinfection; all whilst helping the industry pave the way towards a greener future.