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From AK1000 to PoolWarden Plus

Way back in 1991, I had just started getting involved in chemical automation for swimming pools and spas. The main systems I had worked with were the analog Strantrol and Chemtrol units. I had become a big fan of chemical automation as it was a great tool for maintaining water quality but the main drawback…

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Announcing New Distributor

We are proud to announce a new distributor Automated Chemistry Experts serving the Northern California Bay Area. Dave Hayes is the owner who started out as a customer and after a year decided to open up as a distributor. Dave has installed 16 systems and has been a key player in our new PoolWarden Pi…

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2018 is the year pool automation catches up

Swimming pool chemical automation has not changed much in 20 years. Smarter, simpler, compliant chemical automation is here in 11 days.

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New MiniWarden Simple Mode

We have been listening to our customers and have added a simple programming mode to the MiniWarden. Operators now have the option to choose the simple or advanced mode. The advanced mode is our regular programming. The simple mode just requires a few simple choices to be made at setup and it will take over…

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Trail Blazing With The PoolWarden

Starting on January 2, 2018 we are releasing our new communication module for the PoolWarden. What makes this so special? It enables you to not only communicate with your PoolWarden in a whole new way, it also allows for simplification in the operation while providing for more features and online updates for future features. We…

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No Problem For The PoolWarden

The Hard Rock Casino in Las Vegas has had problems with the chemistry in their Rehab Pool since day 1. The challenge is that all of their pools and spa plumbing diverts to a single room. The time it takes chemical to be injected and read by the controller is 22 minutes. There are 2…

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Don’t Be Fooled on Title 22 Automation

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What is ORP?

Found this good explanation of ORP at the NSW Health website. ​Oxidation-reduction potential (ORP) is the potential of a disinfectant to inactivate micro-organisms in a swimming pool or spa pool. It is a direct measure of disinfection power. Last updated: 14 November 2016 Oxidation-reduction potential (ORP, redox) measures the rate of oxidative disinfection caused by…

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New Promotional Piece For MiniWarden & PoolWarden

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