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Improve Flocculation with AquaKLEAR

Traditionally, technologies to promote flocculation (see What is Flocculation?) are used to improve the filtering of sediment or suspended particles by using chemical flocculants, however AquaKLEAR changes all this.

AquaKLEAR is able to provide a continuous flocculation effect by charging suspended particles and causing them to clump into floc without the need for these expensive chemicals.

AquaKlear improves flocculation in domestic pool applications

AquaKlear P Series improves flocculation in commercial pool applications

ECMI helps clients improve flocculation in filtration systems by implementing AquaKLEAR units on facility swimming pools, spas, fountains, ponds, and cooling towers, or any facility process equipment where filtration is needed.  The flocculation effect is actually a prime factor relating to many of the other sub-benefits being achieved by AquaKLEAR units, including algae control and bacteria control.


  • Creates a powerful and continuous flocculation effect.

  • Improved flocculation provides less frequent maintenance cycles and reduces back-washing time by keeping sediment material closer to the top of the filter.

  • Bio-matter which does not imbed as deeply into the filter is less likely to produce formation of bacteria and the resulting harmful chemical compounds created by bacteria interaction with disinfectants.

  • Shorter back-wash cycles means less make-up water to replenish and reheat, and thereby reduces the energy consumption used to reheat the make-up water.

  • Will provide crystal clear water, free from cloudy chlorine or chemical fogging.

  • Controls or prevents lime, mineral, and algae staining on treated systems.

  • Will remove limescale (descale) the entire system in most cases. (see "descale")

  • Continues to keep limescale from forming within the system.

  • Keeps equipment operating at peek efficiency.

  • Eliminates costs associated with chemicals used to promote flocculation.

  • Lowers costs associated with chlorine treatment by converting chloramines to free chlorine.

  • Reduces scheduled back-wash time and cycles on filter equipment.  Often systems being backwashed weekly can reduce backwash cycles 4 to 8 times the normal cycle.  Your pressure gage will readily confirm this.


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