MiniWarden Simple Mode Video – Spanish Version

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Replacing hard drive on the New PoolWarden Plus

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What’s New For 2018

We have been busy working to enhance our products and user experience. Check out what’s new by downloading our new catalog.

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New Flyers

   

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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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New Promotional Piece For MiniWarden & PoolWarden

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Does your CA Title 22 controller read a free chlorine residual?

There are some controllers out there stating Title 22 compliant that are either ORP or Calculated PPM based on a conversion from ORP and pH readings. Since there are so many variables effecting ORP, especially in outdoor pools using cyanuric acid, these are nothing more the guestimates. Protect yourself with actual Free Chlorine PPM readings.…

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OC Approval Title 22 Specific Text

As the Title 22 confusion continues, especially with chemical automation systems, we have a customer that has gotten approval with specific Title 22 wording.

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Title 22 Swimming Pool

Title 22 swimming pool is here in California and after a long, drawn out process, we are finding many health departments are starting to write citations for public pools and spas for not having the daily records for Free chlorine, pH and Temperature. Pool operators are starting to get approval from owners Title 22 chemical…

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Value Based Chemical Automation

Since I started dealing with chemical automation in 1991, I have seen just about every manufacturer out there. Some good, some bad and some marginal. The one thing I found was the really expensive ones typically worked the best. The really cheap ones didn’t work so well and part of that, I’m sure was the…

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