If you had to choose one, would you rather add ACID or AIR to your pool?
Acid: Your pH is constantly changing if you use traditional chemical maintenance. Imbalanced pH can make your pool sanitation ineffective, cause swimmer discomfort, and even damage pool surfaces and equipment. Worse yet, keeping pH balanced typically means storing, handling, and dumping caustic acid into the pool - standard Muriatic (Hydrochloric) Acid can cause severe harm and damage to you, your swimmers, your pool and equipment.
Air: Instead, the TOTALBalance is a revolutionary system that constantly manages your pH without adding a drop of acid. It uses a patented process of CO2 infusion to naturally, safely, and effectively control your pH - for consistently balanced water with no risk of hurting your swimmers or damaging your pool. And unlike other pH controllers, the TOTALBalance is so simple and streamlined that its do-it-yourself installation takes less than 30 minutes.
*The TOTALBalance pH Control system can work with virtually any size pool, and refilling its CO2 tank(s) is typically only needed seasonally - typically 3 months per refill depending on pool size and CO2 tank sizes. See "CO2 Tanks & Sizing" below.
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The CircuPool TOTALBalance Control Module is a composite wall-mounted unit that allows you to adjust the flow of CO2 to tailor its workload to your pool's needs. The TOTALBalance system comes with an easy-to-use flow chart that helps you get started quickly with what settings your size pool should start with.
The TOTALBalance also features a "CO2 Saver" mode that allows you to maintain the pool with 50% less CO2 use.
The underside of the Control Module has "press-and-seal" connectors for the tubing that runs between the Control Module, CO2 Tank(s), and swiming pool pump.
No plumbing required!
The CircuPool TOTALBalance system uses special connectors that screw into the drain plugs on most popular swimming pool pumps. This allows you to connect the system to your existing plumbing in moments.