Salt sanitation has been applied to swimming pools since the 1990’s. Isn’t it time you step into 2020 by using modern technology to clean your pool water. Google “AOP technology” or “Drinkable Pool Water Systems” to research swimming pool sanitation tech from this century.
Bad for Your Body
Salt is bad for your body whether you eat it or swim in it. In fact, certain parts of your body can absorb salt from swimming pool water just as fast as your soft palette. A recent study looked at salt and chlorine effects on professional swimmers and found that the damage caused to eyes and skin is much worse than originally thought.
Bad for Your Pool
Salt water is bad for your pool structure and equipment. Corrosive damage to pool equipment is common and salt in the water encourages things like plaster scale and calcium solidification on natural stone waterfalls and other water features. Many consumers have purchased six-figure pools with a salt system and suffered from plaster scale in less than six months. Many pool builders are no longer offering salt systems as an option because of the liability associated with including these systems on new pool construction projects.