Neglected floatron – time for a clean.

Excessive build up needs soaking in pH minus. Clean the solar panel with pH minus. This electrode needs replacing due to lack of cleaning When you don't clean your floatron regularly, it won't work as well - don't worry, it is usually possible to get get it cleaned up and back to perfect working order. Not only the electrode, but also the solar panel, coil and basket get clogged up especially in hard water areas. Soak all parts in a solution of &n...
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Pool covers & liners

Floatron are delighted to be able to offer Aquaflex pool covers & liners.   Not only do Aquaflex make swimming pool liners, but will also make bespoke liners for large ponds and lakes. Please contact us with your pool sizes for a quote.
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Get the most out of your floatron!

A Swimmers View of the floatron Ionization Process
Is your floatron working as well as it could be? Has it stopped working so well? Get the most out of your floatron by following the suggestions below: Read the instructions again - yes really! Most after sales questions are answered in the instructions. Give all parts of your floatron a really good clean with a solution of  pH minus (pool acid) - vinegar and coke also work well. The basket, electrode and coil can be left soaking for a limited time if they are really scaled up. Most cus...
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Floatron Review

We have had our Floatron for approximately 4 years.  We live in SW France and have used it in a mediaeval ‘pond’ which is stone lined and which is filled by water draining off the hill above.  It measures 2.5 metres x 4 metres and is roughly 1.5 metres deep, obviously less in the heat of the summer. The wild life has introduced itself, mainly frogs and salamanders. I was concerned about the water quality but since using the Floatron we have never had any trouble  except when I forgot to clean t...
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Get your floatron and your pool ready for a busy summer

Floatron® Unit
Read the instructions again. they contain some excellent tips and answer most after sales queries. Give all parts of your floatron a really good clean - electrode, solar panel, coil and the basket. The most effective way to clean them is with a solution of  pH minus (pool acid) you could also use vinegar or coke. Carry out an operational test as shown in this video, to see your floatron working: Put the floatron into your pool and follow the 'Starting up' and 'First few weeks'  ...
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