Blue Lagoon Copper Electrolyzer

The Blue Lagoon Copper Electrolyzer ensures clean and healthy pool water through copper electrolysis. It is recommended to use the Copper Electrolyzer in combination with a UV-C purifier for optimal results.

Advantages of the Blue Lagoon Copper Electrolyzer

  • Made in the Netherlands
  • The copper unit will last for two swimming seasons (+/- 4000 hours)
  • Easy installation and maintenance
  • Ideal for use in combination with UV-C

Operation

The Blue Lagoon Copper Electrolyzer will clean the water in your swimming pool through copper electrolysis. We recommend to use this device in combination with a UV-C device for the best result. The Blue Lagoon Copper Electrolyzer will, before the water goes back to the pool, be mounted between the pipes. The swimming pool water then flows through the housing of the Blue Lagoon Copper Electrolyzer.

A copper unit, or Electrolyzer, is positioned within the housing, and the copper unit discharges a minimal amount of copper into the water flowing through the housing. These copper ions (Cu2+) in the water have a positive charge and destroy the cell walls of algae, bacteria, viruses and other primitive organisms. As the cell wall is thereby damaged, these organisms are no longer able to take up any nutrients, and are therefore unable to multiply.

The process of applying a positive charge to copper is called copper electrolysis. The copper in the water acts as a disinfecting buffer in your swimming pool. Thanks to the Blue Lagoon Copper Electrolyzer, your swimming pool water will be disinfected efficiently and safely, and the quality of your water will remain excellent.

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Blue Lagoon Copper Electrolyzer
Blue Lagoon Copper Electrolyzer
What is the disinfection mechanism of copper ionization? Electrically charged copper ions (Cu2+) in the water search for particles of opposite polarity, such as bacteria, viruses and fungi. Positively charged copper ions form electrostatic compounds with negatively charged cell walls of microorganisms. These compounds disturb cell wall permeability and cause nutrient uptake to fail. As a result, bacteria are no longer able to multiply and eventually die. The ions remain active until they are absorbed by a microorganism.