Green Technology for Swimming Pools:
We use the Go Chemless Bio Sanitizer to sanitize and keep your swimming pool healthy. The Go Chemless system uses natural ions to combat Algae, Bacteria, Viruses, Mold and Fungus. Unlike traditional chlorine and saltwater based pools which are linked to many different cancers, asthma, low testosterone, miscarriages, the Go Chemless system offers a safe and effective alternative to chlorine and saltwater systems. It has been said by many “it’s like swimming in bottle water.”
The Go Chemless micro-processor computer works by delivering a precise amount of elemental ions into your pool water to prevent algae, bacteria, viruses, mold and fungus from taking over your swimming pool. Unlike chlorine, which breaks down very quickly, the Go Chemless ions are available for bio sanitization over and over again.
Go Chemless has developed a method to use precious base metals to generate CU+2 and AG+ ions that are responsible for the bio sanitizing process.
What is an ion?
Ions are charged particles that exist naturally in our environment. In fact many ions are absolutely necessary to support life including human life! The best example is table salt (sodium chloride, NaCl) which is made from one ion of sodium (NA+) and one ion of chloride (Cl). Without ions like sodium (NA+), Potassium (K+) and Calcium (Ca+2) your heart would not be able to beat because it’s the ionic action between these three main electrolytes that make your heart contract and relax millions of times in your life.
How does my Go Chemless unit generate copper (II) and silver (I) ions?
Your Go Chemless unit generates Copper (II) ions and Silver (I) ions through a process known as electrolysis. During electrolysis a small electrical current is passed between copper and silver rods. This forces some of the atoms to surrender two electrons (Cu++) or one electron (Ag+) thus forming water soluble copper (II) and Silver(I) ions, respectively. These newly generated ions are carried into your pool through the pump system and immediately put to work keeping your pool or hot tube free of bacteria, fungus, algae and viruses. Because they are single atoms, they are not affected by filtration systems including diatomaceous Earth filters. They pass right through and into your pool many times over to do their job of biosanitizing.
What is “bio sanitizing”?
The use of metals in water disinfection techniques is not new. Early Greeks used copper and silver goblets and vessels for drinking and storage purposes. The low solubility of these metals served as a natural, controlled release mechanism which added trace amounts of these ions to the water. Such amounts were high enough to purify the liquid without causing objectionable taste. Today, Silver is commonly used in the medical field as a disinfectant and antiseptic.