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Chemigem D10 Chlorine and pH Controller c w Solenoid Switch

Chemigem
ChemiD10
Dosing System
$2,680.00 $1,850.00
With a Chemigem, the "hit and miss" methods of dosing by hand are a thing of the past. Pool water chemistry is regula...

With a Chemigem, the "hit and miss" methods of dosing by hand are a thing of the past. Pool water chemistry is regulated automatically – providing consistent levels of water sanitation while using far less chlorine and acid. This means you get a better result – and save money!

Features:

  • Controls both Chlorine and pH
  • Solenoid Valves
  • Clear Manifold

The Chemigem measures water quality and adds chemicals to ensure that your pool is clean and safe to swim in

Efficiency and Control

Whenever your pump is running, your Chemigem is working. The Chemigem tests the water continuously and can add chemicals over 30 times each hour. The Chemigem measures pH (a measure of the acidity of the pool water) and ORP (Oxidation Reduction Potential – a measure of the level of effective chlorine in the water). It is important that both pH and ORP are maintained within a safe range.

 

Versatility and value for money

Chemigem uses an advanced FLASH processor to watch over your pool. The LCD display shows you the condition of your pool water – and what Chemigem is doing about it. There is a versatile control system for operating and programming your Chemigem to suit your particular needs.

 

Timer for your Pool Lighting

Chemigem comes with a timer outlet for your pool lighting system – turning it on and off automatically.

 

Choose a Chemigem to suit your needs

Pool Controls offer a range of different Chemigems to suit varied applications. Installations can be varied to accommodate different methods of chemical feeding – vacuum flows (with or without venturi injectors), peristaltic pumps and solenoids for erosion feeders.

 

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  • GST included in price.
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  • Manufacturers warranties apply
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