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Sodium hypochlorite, commonly called chlorine, remains a popular chemical for swimming pools. It is also used for water treatment and in a variety of other sanitation applications.
Improving Longevity of Ezi-action® Drumpumps
The constituent sodium hypochlorite is a particularly harsh chemical.
The longevity of the Ezi-action® Drumpumps when used to dispense sodium hypochlorite can be improved by removing the pump from the drum between usage and rinsing with water.
Reducing exposure to UV light might also be advantageous to improving longevity.
- Follow the instructions for Removal and Cleaning of the Ezi-action® Drumpump.
- The Ezi-action® Drumpump will have a quantity of fluid contained inside it when it is removed.
- Should stress cracking occur due to use for dispensing sodium hypochlorite this is not covered by the 24 month manufacturer’s warranty on component parts.
Enhanced Safety with Chlorine and Acid Dispensing for Swimming Pools
For dispensing 200 litres of swimming pool chlorine Ezi-action® Drumpumps are increasingly being favoured by pool valet businesses and those responsible for swimming pool maintenance.
Ezi-action® Drumpumps are also excellent for dispensing flocculants, peroxides and acids.
Enhanced safety and measured dispensing means the Ezi-action® Safety Measure is well appreciated in the pool service sector for dispensing acids. Learn more.
The chlorine concentration will determine longevity.
In the UK farmers use sodium hypochlorite which they commonly call " hypo" as a sanitiser rinse in the farm dairy.
UK farmers have reported to us at the popular UK dairy show, called Livestock Event, that they were getting 4 years life from their Ezi-action® Drumpumps when used in " hypo". Visit our UK hosted website to read more...
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