Fresh Water Pool Ioniser "New Millennium" Series 1 with C-40M Pack
AQUAVIC "New Millennium" Series 1 with C-40M flowcell, electrodes, test kit
Electronic Control Module Overview
These basic no frills units are the "beating heart" of our best selling ioniser package. They are ideal for swim spas, plunge pools, above-ground kit pools and the DIY market. They are also an ideal drop-in replacement for the failed control units of other manufacturers, and for controlling algae in water features, ponds, and ornamental fountains.
Flow Cell Overview
Flowcells are a vital of all ioniser packages as they house the electrodes. Unlike those of other manufacturers, ours are extremely robust and compact with a straight-through flow line that ensures minimum turbulence and maximum fluidic efficiency. The clear centre section facilitates anytime monitoring of the condition of both electrodes, and they are demountable for electrode replacement. They are supplied to suit 40-mm or 50-mm PVC pipework. They are rated at twice the working pressure encountered on a typical pool filtration system. Tested to 500kPa
What do you get?
1 Qty x Series 1 Pool Pack - Suitable for pools up to 40,000LT
1 Qty x New Millennium" Series 1 Controller
1 Qty x C-40M Flowcell
1 Qty x Copper Test Kit
Swimming Pool Ionization
Ionization has been used extensively in the U.K, EU countries, SE Asia, the USA and many other countries for many years, the development of an ever-increasing range of non-chlorine sanitisers has triggered a renaissance here in Australia, and ionizers are increasingly being recognised as a legitimate, low chemical alternative to conventional recreational water maintenance systems.
Contrary to popular belief, the maintenance of your pool's water chemistry is simple and straightforward. In drafting this advice, Aquavic have assumed that your pool is structurally sound, free of substantial water leaks, has good circulation, and the filter (sand, DE or cartridge) is in good order. We recommend that pool owners purchase a good quality 4 in 1 test kit and do their own testing. Alternatively, take a sample to an ioniser-friendly pool shop. They were a little hard to find some years ago but their numbers are increasing season by season.