A magnesium mineral pool can do wonders for your health. Swimming in a MagnaPool® can help alleviate aches and pains and soothe your skin, thanks to our unique, patented blend of magnesium chloride and potassium chloride.
Both saltwater and magnesium mineral pools work well to sanitise and maintain a healthy pool for you and your family.
Both salt and mineral work well to sanitise the water, they kill bacteria and prevent algae from harbouring and multiplying. Whilst the water clarity of both systems is much alike, the water quality of a mineral pool is far superior. Mineral pools use less chlorine to sanitise the water than a saltwater system does.
One of the big savings from mineral pool systems is water-saving as you need to backwash far fewer thanks to the glass media and MagnaPool minerals, in some pools, this can save thousands of litres every year. And if you dilute your backwash waste you could use it for irrigation on your grass.
a pool. Do you own a saltwater or chlorine pool and want to convert to a MagnaPool®? It is possible to experience the difference with just a few changes, plus it's recommended that you do a full water analysis prior to converting your pool to ensure everything goes smoothly.
Do you own a saltwater or chlorine pool and want to convert to a MagnaPool®? It is possible to experience the difference with just a few items. We recommend you use a media filter filled with glass.
What is a magnesium pool? Also known as mineral pools, magnesium pools are swimming pools that have added minerals in the pool water.
Pool water turns green because of algae in the water. Algae can grow rapidly, particularly in hot weather, which is why it can surprise you overnight during the warmer months. This generally comes down to an imbalance or lack of chlorine in the water.
0.5-1.0ppm in a standard pool), which is necessary for keeping the pool water free of bacteria and organic material after the filtration system has turned off. This level of chlorine is significantly less than a typical salt of chlorine pool that usually sits at 2.0-3.0ppm.
The amount of chlorine in a magnesium pool is significantly reduced. The surfaces of your swimming pool won't need even half as much maintenance or repairs. The good news is that magnesium also feels better on your skin.
Easy to maintain.
Basically, it's a plug-and-play pool solution that saves you a lot of time on maintenance. Additionally, mineral cartridge filters are cheaper than chlorinators but usually need replacement every season. Chlorinators, on the other hand, can last 4 to 5 years but need frequent cleaning.
Families who suffer with skin conditions such as eczema and psoriasis can enjoy year-round swimming comfort with Mineral Swim. While chlorine helps to reduce bacteria it can cause infections in eczema-prone skin, it can act as an irritant, worsening symptoms and causing painful, itchy flare ups.
It doesn't smell as strong as a chlorine-filled pool. After a swim in our magnesium pool, you won't have the feeling of taking a long shower to clear yourself of sticky salt or the smell of chloride. Quite the converse, magnesium gently moisturises and soothes the skin.
Installation costs start at $2,490 depending on the size and type of your pool, and the ongoing mineral costs are around $250 per year.
Acquatherepé is easily dissolved into the pool water and its ingredients assist in preventing calcium and scale build-up in the salt chlorinator cell, heaters, pool interior and other equipment. You can convert any pool into an Acquatherepé mineral pool, without the need for any special equipment.
How much does it cost to convert my pool? Upfront costs are between $200 and $3,500 fully installed, depending on the mineral pack you choose.
When the levels are properly balanced, chlorine will keep the algae at bay, but the water will slowly begin to turn green as the algae take over if there's not enough. But be careful—adding too much chlorine in pool water can cause those metals to oxidize and turn the pool a different shade of green.
Another common mistake is that some users may feel they need to add 'salt' (sodium) in order to generate chlorine, this too is not required and is one of the major key benefits of MagnaPool.
Mineral pools are a healthy alternative in swimming pool sanitation, compared with traditional chlorine and saltwater pools. Most mineral pool systems contain naturally-occurring ocean minerals, including sodium, and magnesium.
Mineral Swim is the only system of it's kind combining Australian made ozone water purification technology with 100% natural Dead Sea minerals to make it the safest, healthiest swimming pool about.
The difference in electronegativity between magnesium and chloride is equal to 1.85. This difference in electronegativity values implies that the bond between the magnesium cation, Mg2+ , and the chloride anion, Cl− , has predominant ionic character.
Should the green be due to pollen, there may be little to do in the way of minimizing the discoloration short of erecting a building around the pool. Fortunately, assuming there are no allergies to the pollen, it is safe to swim in a pool with that as the cause for green water.