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PoolRX...For a Chemical Free, Eco Friendly Chlorine Free Swimming Pools or any pool or water and or tub. At PoolRX we are proud to say we have come up with a unique and amazing mineral formulation and rejuvenation process for all kinds of swimming pools harnessing the best nature has to offer in eliminating algae and bacteria naturally. This mineral formula is the most effective algaecide there is against any type of algae. There are two parts to this product •Minerals in the water •Metallic rod Minerals in the water We have packed 8 oz of the minerals into the middle of the rod. This is enough minerals for a 20,000gallons / 80,000 liters. If your pool is larger than that see chart below to work out how many additional boosters or units and boosters you will need. Metallic Rod The rod in the blue cage is a specially treated alloy that has rejuvenating abilities on the copper, silver and zinc minerals. Allowing these minerals to continually defend and attack algae and bacteria in the pool 24hrs a day, 7 days a week and lengthening the replacement time to 4 to 6 months. Yes that’s right! Minerals only need to be replaced every 4 to 6 months. Where do I install it? Simply Place the PoolRX blue cage unit into the leaf trap of the pump. This is preferable as it gets the best water flow over it. If the pump basket is old and it’s really small, pop the blue cage of the unit and place the metallic rod in the pump basket. This may be a good idea if you have a lot of little seeds that continually get caught in the blue cage. How often do I replace the unit? The unit needs to be replaced every year and replacement minerals every 4 to 6 months with the booster. If not, the treated metallic rod over the year gets oxidized and calcified so when the minerals pass back over it they do not get the ion exchange between the minerals and the rod. For more information please visit our site at www.poolrx.com