There are various ways to care for your spa depending upon sanitizer preferences and frequency of use. Other factors such as spa size, location and ease of application will drive your treatment decision. Below are the four systems SpaGuard offers to keep water clean, clear and comfortable.
A non-chlorine option that works well for indoor applications
Traditional water care for most applications
Simple, pre-measured program for optimum softness and clarity
Non-chlorine, non-bromine alternative program
Brominating products are the preferred sanitizer for most spas. Since spas are usually covered or indoor, the bromine is not exposed to UV rays so the lack of a stabilizer is not a problem. Moreover, bromination has some distinct advantages:
Whether using chlorine or bromine, all spas should be oxidized periodically, based on bather loads. There are a lot of compounds that need to be oxidized, especially the oil, sweat and dirt that wash off a bather’s skin. With bromination, oxidation also has a second major benefit as it reactivates the bromides, changing them from used-up bromide ions into the powerful bacteria-fighting hypobromous acid.
Historically, chlorine has been used the longest in the spa industry and it tends to be popular due to its ease of use and lower cost. It is an effective means for sanitizing spa water and killing bacteria. Granular chlorine can be applied directly to spa water to protect bathers against contaminants.
Chlorine can be stabilized against UV degradation, so it is often the ideal choice for outdoor spas that are exposed to sunlight.
Soft Soak® TRIO™ makes spa care simple. The pre-measured packets eliminate the guesswork and the easy step numbers let you know exactly when to add them.
This system works to: Soften water, Clear water, Destroy impurities, Prevent scale, Prevent corrosion, Clean pipes and surface
TRIO was made for the spas that hold 350-450 gallons of water, which is the majority of spas in the market today. It is highly recommended for new spa owners.
A proprietary blend of softening agents creates a noticeably better experience.
The average spa user spends 15-30 minutes in the spa per soak. Make that time more enjoyable by soaking in water with elevated softness. The Soft Soak TRIO system creates a base level at fresh fill and then boosts the softness factor every week.
It removes major contaminants that make water cloudy so all you’ll see is your toes.
The weekly portion of the Soft Soak TRIO system removes the unseen, common contaminants that accumulate during hot tub use so your water stays sparkling clear and odor-free.
The last step ensures equipment also remains clean so TRIO can help prevent conditions that might diminish your enjoyment of the spa.
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