How To Save $2500+ per year

When it come to operating a float center, it can get a little overwhelming to keep up with all the cleaning and maintaince of your pods.

With the average cost of maintaing 4 pods exceed $20,000 per year with all the chemicals used,
and changing the water 2-4 times a year. What if we told you cut that expense by 50%.

Well now you can. By switching to Peroxysan™ for you float pod maintaince.

Water Maintenance Cost Peroxysan™ Cost Savings
1 Pod $4,000 $477 $2,500
2 Pods $8,000 $954 $5,000
3 Pods $12,000 $1,431 $7,500
4 Pods $16,000 $1,908 $10,000
5 Pods $20,000 $2,385 $12,500

By using Peroxysan™ you eliminate the need for the plethoa of chemicals need to use chlorine or bromine. If thats not enough, then try changing your water only once a year!

Peroxysan™ Helps Maintain Your Equipment

Simple Maintenance

With the need for no additional chemicals, Peroxysan™ make pod maintenance simple

Extend Equipment Life

Peroxysan™ can help prolong your equipment’s life and reduce replacemnt part cost

Fast Acting

With Peroxysan™, you get get your water levels back to normal quick

No Stains

Peroxysan will not stain or bleach your pod lining

How is Peroxysan™ Different Than Peroxide Alone

When using a standard hydrogen peroxide you get all the great benefits of using a powerful oxidizer. But there are some draw backs.

Standard peroxide will disrupt the natural structure of your water and salt. When you add peroxide, it kills what it needs to kill and then begins to dissipate very quickly. This means adding more on a daily basis. You will notice a fluctuation of alkalinity. This fluctuation will require the use of additional chemicals to balance your water.

Peroxysan™ fills in the gaps peroxide leaves open. By adding a stabilizer to Peroxysan™ we have a product that will neutralize your water and limit dissipation rate, so you are not adding it to your pods all the time.

Cost and Benefits of using Peroxysan™

Chlorine

$3.93

Per Day
Additional Chemicals Needed

  • Start Up
  • Shock It
  • Oxy Sparkles
  • ph decreaser
  • ph increaser
  • Metal Scale Control
  • Stain Prevent
  • Liquid Algaecide
  • Algae Guard
  • And Many More

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Float Center Treatment Guide

With float pods having an enclosure, you must pay close attention to how you are disinfecting and cleaning them. When using chlorine, you run the risk of trapping chlorine gasses in your pods that can them harm your clients. By using Peroxysan™ you will create a safe environment for your clients with a lot less hassle.

Using With New Pod

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    Clean Pod

    Make sure your pod has been thoroughly cleaned before filling with water.

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    Fill and Add Peroxysan™

    Begin filling pod with freshwater, adding 1 quart of Peroxysan™ per 400L / 106 gallons of water.

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    Test Peroxysan™ Levels

    Once filled, test that your Peroxysan™ are at least 100 ppm. This is the minimum your pads should be at any given time.

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    Test Daily

    Test your Peroxysan™ levels daily for one week, adding 1 quart when needed. After 1 week you should only need to test weekly to ensure your Peroxysan™ levels stay above 100 ppm.

Using With A Running Pod

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    Lower Your Chemical Levels

    Start by lowering your chemical levels to as low as you can take them.

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    Add Peroxysan™

    Once your chemical levels have dropped, you can begin adding Peroxysan™. Start with 1 quart for every 400L / 106 gallons of water.

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    Test Peroxysan™ Levels

    Test that your Peroxysan™ level is at least 100 ppm. This is the minimum your pods should be at any given time.

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    Test Daily

    Test your Peroxysan™ levels daily for one week, adding 1 quart when needed. After 1 week you should only need to test weekly to ensure your Peroxysan™ levels stay above 100 ppm.