Does anyone know what chemicals are used by the Nature2 pool filter to
reduce the amount of chlorine and algaecide needed? I think someone
said that it reduces the phosphates in the water, which make the algae
bloom. Somewhere else, I read that mixing them with copper will stain
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A Nature2 sanitizer is like a 'catalytic converter' for the pool. It
contains copper and silver particles and other trace minerals. Since
copper is a natural algaecide,
It reduces the need for algeacide and chlorine.
I really do not know how it works, but it does. I have been using one in
my inground pool for over 10 years, replacing the cannister every two years.
I tried one of those Nature 2 devices, but it really does nothing other
than empty your wallet. Ditto for "Pool Wizard."
Keep the chlorine at 3 ppm, the ph at 7.4, and the phosphates at close
to zero (I use Orenda PR10,000 because it's the most cost effective, but
there are plenty of other phosphate removers as well) and your pool will
be fine. You should not have to use algeacide. Also watch your cyanuric
acid level because chlorine tablets will raise it too high.
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