I said: What you need to know is all the choices you have in what type of equipment will successfully treat the problem. To treat any type of reducing bacteria, like IRB, you need a disinfectant. They are chlorine, three types of equipment are used for chlorine, or hydrogen peroxide although it doesn't work very well for that type of bacteria problems and requires a solution feeder, or ozone which is generated on site and very expensive.Originally Posted by leejosepho
Ozone is a disinfectant and the last I mentioned.
You have to clean mine and I suppose the impostrers' but, you should do it before it gets that bad or runs out of pellets. All pellets do it but some might be worse than others.Gary I tried an inline chlorinator (not yours) and after only a few months the internal feeder (suction?) line clogged. I took it apart and the gunk in the line was rock-solid; dunno if from the clorine pellet residue or from hard water. Anyway maybe I was using pellets that were too soft? Pro Chlor-Pel. BTW I couldn't find on your website that you sell your pellets separately online?
I sell anything anyone could need, I just don't have much of it on my web site.