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Pool Cleaner: Solution HOCl Pool Bomb

Pool Cleaner: Solution HOCl Pool Bomb

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Discover the Eco-Friendly Way to Clean and Shock Your Pool with Pool Bomb!

Maintain your swimming pool with Solutions HOCl® Pool Bomb Cleaner. This advanced swimming pool maintenance solution utilizes a sodium-based compound to release HOCl through natural oxidation to disrupt and neutralize contaminants, supporting the pool's overall cleanliness and chemical balance. Ideal for routine swimming pool cleaning and maintenance, it helps maintain your pool’s aesthetic and chemical balance.

"Please have your pool pump running as you put in the Pool Bomb Cleaning Crystals"

Features:

  • Natural Oxidation Process: Utilizes a sodium-based compound to release HOCl, aiding in water clarity and cleanliness. It aids in managing the cleanliness of the water and is effective in contributing to the overall maintenance routine of swimming pools.

  • Balanced Water Chemistry: Contains sodium carbonate and citric acid to help optimize pH levels, contributing to a balanced swimming pool environment.

  • Versatile Pool Care: Ideal for regular use, keeping your pool pristine for any occasion.

Educational Insights:

  • Chemical Process Understanding: Learn how the natural oxidation process facilitated by our sodium-based compound breaks down organic compounds in the water. Visit our “Scientific Studies” section to learn more about using a HOCl type of pool cleaner.

  • Guidance on Usage: Evenly distribute this swimming Pool Bomb in your pool with the pump running for optimal water treatment.

  • Routine Water Testing: Regularly test your pool's chemical balance and make necessary adjustments based on the results to maintain ideal water conditions.

Solutions HOCl® Pool Bomb Cleaner Product Table

Feature

Details

Product name

Pool bomb cleaner

Form

Powder

Application

Routine swimming pool maintenance and cleaning

Product Description

Advanced sodium-based compound the pool cleaner that releases HOCl through natural oxidation, ensuring clean and balanced pool water

Weight

Available in 400 grams and 1360 grams

Key Ingredients

Sodium-based compound, Sodium Carbonate, Citric Acid

Price

- 400 grams: $39.97

- 1360 grams: $89.97

Water Treated (1 ppm)

- 400 grams: Up to 101,538 gallons

- 1360 grams: Up to 345,458 gallons

Water Treated (3 ppm)

- 400 grams: Up to 33,846 gallons

 - 1360 grams: Up to 115,153 gallons

Scoop Usage (1 ppm)

20 grams treats approximately 5,077 gallons

Scoop Usage (3 ppm)

20 grams treats approximately 1,692 gallons

EPA Certification

In process; designed for general pool maintenance. Claims are based on product chemistry, not evaluated by the EPA.

Benefits

- No cyanuric acid buildup

 - Maintains balanced pH levels

 - Suitable for all pool types

Product Usage Details

400-Gram Package

  • Regular Maintenance (1 ppm): Treats up to 101,538 gallons of water

  • Higher Sanitation (3 ppm): Treats up to 33,846 gallons of water

  • Per Scoop (20 grams at 1 ppm): Treats approximately 5,077 gallons

  • Per Scoop (20 grams at 3 ppm): Treats approximately 1,692 gallons

1360-Gram Package

  • Regular Maintenance (1 ppm): Treats up to 345,458 gallons of water

  • Higher Sanitation (3 ppm): Treats up to 115,153 gallons of water

  • Per Scoop (20 grams at 1 ppm): Treats approximately 5,077 gallons

  • Per Scoop (20 grams at 3 ppm): Treats approximately 1,692 gallons


Product Application:

Our Pool Powder is designed for routine pool maintenance, enhancing water clarity, and maintaining a balanced chemical environment. It is an essential tool for effective pool cleaning and management.

Please Note:

This product is in the process of EPA Certification and is designed for general pool maintenance. Use according to label instructions. The descriptions are based on the product's chemistry and are in the process of being evaluated by the EPA.

Comparison with Dichlor-Based Formulas:

Unlike Dichlor-based formulas that release chlorine rapidly, causing fluctuations in chlorine levels, this product provides a controlled release of HOCl. This steady approach helps maintain consistent water clarity and reduces the need for frequent adjustments. Additionally, the formula's pH-balancing components help mitigate the acidity issues found in Dichlor products, simplifying pool maintenance.

Why Solutions HOCl® Pool Bomb Cleaner is the Best Pool Cleaner

Our Pool Powder excels by treating a larger volume of water at lower concentrations, offering better value than Dichlor-based products. This makes it ideal for all types of pools, including commercial settings requiring extensive maintenance. Unlike Dichlor products, our the Pool Cleaner does not release cyanuric acid, which complicates pool chemical management. This absence can assist in maintaining the correct chemical balance, potentially avoiding chlorine inefficiency. Maintaining a crystal-clear pool requires consistent effort and the right tools to effectively clean the pool.

Why Choose Solutions HOCl®?

  • Better Value: Treats more water at lower concentrations, providing significant cost savings.

  • No Cyanuric Acid: Avoids issues associated with cyanuric acid buildup.

  • Ideal for Any Pool: Suitable for small backyard pools and large commercial facilities, helping ensure optimal water quality without extra complications.

Additional Information:

Hypochlorous acid (HOCl) and chlorine are both used for cleaning swimming pools. HOCl is chosen for its chemical properties and can be safe when used as directed. When applied, HOCl interacts with organic materials in water, which may lead to the formation of chloramines, sometimes causing a smell similar to bleach or a swimming pool.

HOCl is often used in situations where the reduction of organic material is desired. Chlorine, also known as Free Available Chlorine (FAC), is available in different forms, including HOCl and hypochlorite (OCl-). Chlorine is commonly employed as a disinfectant and can lead to by-products in pipes, especially in water containing high levels of dirt or organic matter.

Furthermore, chlorine is known to dissipate quickly in water systems. In comparison, HOCl and the OCl- form of chlorine are used differently depending on their application and environmental conditions. HOCl is often utilized in chlorination processes.

It is important to recognize that the performance and safety of pool cleaning products can vary. Users are advised to follow manufacturer instructions carefully and consider consulting professionals for appropriate swimming pool maintenance. Keep in mind that many "pool professionals" typically receive training focused on traditional chlorine-based products and may not be familiar with the use of an HOCl-based pool cleaner. To achieve a sparkling clean pool, regular maintenance, and proper cleaning techniques are essential.

Educational Resources

For a broader understanding of the various options available, including the use of hypochlorous acid (HOCl) in pool cleaning, explore our 'Scientific Studies' section. This section includes a collection of Scientific Studies, Reports, and Government Studies that provide insights into the use of HOCl in maintaining a clean swimming pool and spa.

Choose Solutions HOCl® to maintain clear, clean, and well-maintained swimming pool water.

Solutions HOCl Spa Bomb Cleaner

The Pool, Spa Bomb Cleaner is a powerful and convenient solution designed to maintain the cleanliness and clarity of your spa or pool water. It eliminates contaminants, odor, and slime ensuring a safe and enjoyable swimming experience. With easy-to-use application methods, the Spa. Pool Bomb Cleaner helps you keep your pool water sparkling clean with minimal effort.

Satisfaction Guaranteed:

We're so confident in the effectiveness of Pool Bomb that Solutions HOCl offers a 100% Satisfaction Policy. Experience the benefits for yourself and enjoy a cleaner, more enjoyable pool. 

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Hypochlorous acid (HOCl) and chlorine are both utilized for cleaning swimming pools.

HOCl is selected for its chemical properties and is typically regarded as safe when used as directed. When applied, HOCl interacts with proteins in organic materials in water, leading to the formation of chloramines, which may have a smell similar to bleach or a swimming pool.

HOCl is widely used where a reduction of organic material is sought. Chlorine, also known as Free Available Chlorine (FAC), is available in different forms, including HOCl and hypochlorite (OCl-). Chlorine is commonly employed as a disinfectant and can lead to by-products in pipes, especially in water containing high levels of dirt or organic matter.

Furthermore, chlorine is known to dissipate quickly in water systems. In comparison, HOCl and the OCl- form of chlorine are used more effectively depending on their application and environmental conditions.

HOCl is often utilized in chlorination processes.

It is important to recognize that the performance and safety of pool cleaning products can vary. Users are advised to follow manufacturer instructions carefully and consider consulting professionals for appropriate pool maintenance.
Keep in mind that many "pool professionals" typically receive training focused on traditional chlorine-based products. For a broader understanding of the various options available, including the use of hypochlorous acid (HOCl) in pool cleaning, you will find it beneficial to study our "Scientific Studies" section. This section includes a collection of Scientific Studies, University Reports, and Government Studies that provide insights that prove how effective HOCL can be in maintaining clean swimming pools and spas.

Scientific Studies for Pool Cleaner

  1. Fukuzaki S. (2023). Uses of gaseous hypochlorous acid for controlling microorganisms in indoor spaces. Journal of microorganism control, 28(4), 165–175. https://doi.org/10.4265/jmc.28.4_165
  2. Fukuzaki S. (2006). Mechanisms of actions of sodium hypochlorite in cleaning and disinfection processes. Biocontrol science, 11(4), 147–157. https://doi.org/10.4265/bio.11.147
  3. Stubbs, A. D., Lao, M., Wang, C., Abbatt, J. P. D., Hoffnagle, J., VandenBoer, T. C., & Kahan, T. F. (2023). Near-source hypochlorous acid emissions from indoor bleach cleaning. Environmental science. Processes & impacts, 25(1), 56–65. https://doi.org/10.1039/d2em00405d
  4. Rossi-Fedele, G., Guastalli, A. R., Doğramacı, E. J., Steier, L., & De Figueiredo, J. A. (2011). Influence of pH changes on chlorine-containing endodontic irrigating solutions. International endodontic journal, 44(9), 792–799. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1365-2591.2011.01911.x
  5. D'Auria, F. D., Simonetti, G., & Strippoli, V. (1989). Studio dell'attività antimicrobica esercitata dal dicloroisocianurato di sodio Antimicrobial activity exerted by sodium dichloroisocyanurate]. Annali di igiene : medicina preventiva e di comunita, 1(6), 1445–1458.
  6. van Klingeren, B., Pullen, W., & Reijnders, H. F. (1980). Quantitative suspension test for the evaluation of disinfectants for swimming pool water: experiences with sodium hypochlorite and sodium dichloroisocyanurate. Zentralblatt fur Bakteriologie. 1. Abt. Originale B, Hygiene, Krankenhaushygiene, Betriebshygiene, praventive Medizin, 170(5-6), 457–468.
  7. Erdinger, L., Kirsch, F., & Sonntag, H. G. (1999). Chlorate as an inorganic disinfection by product in swimming pools. Zentralblatt fur Hygiene und Umweltmedizin = International journal of hygiene and environmental medicine, 202(1), 61–75.
  8. Yamashita, T., Sakae, K., Ishihara, Y., Isomura, S., & Takeuchi, K. (1990). [Nihon koshu eisei zasshi] Japanese journal of public health, 37(12), 962–966.
  9. Koski, T. A., Stuart, L. S., & Ortenzio, L. F. (1966). Comparison of chlorine, bromine, iodine as disinfectants for swimming pool water. Applied microbiology, 14(2), 276–279. https://doi.org/10.1128/am.14.2.276-279.1966
  10. Koski, T. A., Ortenzio, L. F., & Stuart, L. S. (1967). Effect of algicidal quaternaries on the germicidal activity of chlorine on swimming pool water. Applied microbiology, 15(6), 1291–1295. https://doi.org/10.1128/am.15.6.1291-1295.1967
  11. Fitzgerald, G. P., & DerVartanian, M. E. (1969). Pseudomonas aeruginosa for the evaluation of swimming pool chlorination and algicides. Applied microbiology, 17(3), 415–421. https://doi.org/10.1128/am.17.3.415-421.1969
  12. Hsu, C. S., & Huang, D. J. (2015). Disinfection of herbal spa pool using combined chlorine dioxide and sodium hypochlorite treatment. Environmental monitoring and assessment, 187(2), 34. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10661-014-4242-3