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Should I treat my pool with enzymes?

Do you have great water quality?

People ask us all the time “why should I treat my pools with enzymes?” To us, that’s not the right question to start with. Let’s start with where your water quality is now, versus where you would like it to be. Nobody has perfect water all the time, because bather loads and circumstances are ever changing. If you have water quality that you are happy with, you may not have a need to do anything different–enzymes included.

That said, if you are an operator always looking for better ways to achieve great results, or even greater results than you currently have, you may want to consider enzyme water treatment.

Not all enzymes are created equal

We work with customers all over the nation, and many of them have tried enzymes before we met them. We hear the same criticisms over and over, but it boils down to this: they were hoping for results that enzymes did not deliver. We get it, and we are not a company that wants to over-promise or under-deliver. Enzymes serve an important purpose in water management, but nothing more than that purpose.

Enzymes break down and digest non-living organics (bather waste). By handling the organic load in the water, it allows for better water clarity, chlorine efficiency, and overall water quality (feel, taste, smell, etc.). Just ask the swimmers who train in water treated with our enzymes.

Enzyme water treatment does the heavy lifting

before enzyme water treatment

Before Enzyme Water Treatment

after enzyme water treatment

Same pool, 48 hours later

Tired of backwashing all the time? Tired of all that wasted water (and chemicals that treated that wasted water)? How about the gunky filters, scum lines and cloudy pool water? Sick of fighting low ORP and high combined chlorine? Frustrated with your cost of chemicals and maintenance? If you are, consider enzymes…because all of those problems are symptoms of inadequate bather waste management.

Our enzyme water treatment product is called Amino Acid Digester (AAD). It is professional grade, formulated to handle the most extreme swimming pool bather loads. Sounds potent and strong (because it is), yet AAD is also NSF/ANSI Certified to Standards 50 & 60, which means AAD meets the NSF® drinking water safety standard. Powerful, yet drinking water safe.

If you have tried enzymes before, and you weren’t pleased with the results, it could have been for a number of circumstances…strength of product being only one of them. Talk to one of our authorized dealers or contact us directly for more information.