Three steps to get healthy and enjoyable swimming

Potassium monopersulfate compound — a strong, odorless shock oxidizer for swimming pools and SPA
Sparkling and clear water is all pool and spa owners want most. However, swimmers’ and bathers’ body waste and other environmental contaminants cause your pool or spa dull and cloudy. Therefore, regular maintenance of water is necessary and important for keeping the clarity of the water. Here is a three-step program to keep the water crystal clear. Our product, potassium monopersulfate compound, is a critical ingredient of non-chlorine shock in step 2.
Step 1: sanitation
Using proper chlorine sanitation to kill bacteria, viruses and other microorganisms that protect swimmers against disease and infection.
However, chloramines (also called combined chlorine) are formed when chlorine combines with ammonia and organic contaminates. Some of the chloramines go into the air and cause chlorine odor (the typical pool smell), while others still are in the water and could cause eye and skin irritation.
To reduce chlorine disinfectant use and weaken the harm of chloramines, you should do the second step of the pool program.
Step 2: Oxidation
In this step, preventative shock oxidizer treatment is needed to keep your water clear and reduce odors and irritants. Potassium monopersulfate compound is widely used as a non-chlorine shock oxidizer for pools and spas.
The non-chlorine shock provides adequate oxidation without raising chlorine concentrations. It works to oxidize organic matter like sweat, dead skin cells, urines, and sunscreen, decreasing the combination of organic matter and chlorine. Therefore, the efficiency of the chlorine that’s already in the pool can be enhanced. In this way, the total amount of chlorine used is reduced to treat the water, organic contaminants, irritants and bad smells are removed meanwhile and the water keeps clear.
Moreover, unlike calcium hypochlorite and sodium di-chlor, once non-chlorine shock containing potassium monopersulfate has been added to the pool, you only require to wait 15 minutes before swimming. With cal-hypo or di-chlor, you might need to wait 4-12 hours until the chlorine levels return back to an acceptable level before swimming.
Step 3: Water balance
Balancing pool water aims to protect recirculation equipment and pool surfaces against water corrosion. There are several indicators that can help you test your water balance, such as pH, total alkalinity, calcium hardness, chlorine level of indoor pools or outdoor pools, cyanuric acid, total dissolved solids (TDS), and temperature.
Tips: whenever you intend to treat your pool and spa water with chemicals, you are suggested to test your water first, so that you can treat your water accurately and avoid unnecessary money and reagent waste.
Natai Chemical’s potassium monopersulfate compound
It is necessary and important to add a shock oxidizer to the pool water regularly, particularly during the peak season like summer. Potassium monopersulfate compound is an active ingredient in most chlorine-free oxidizing shock products designed for swimming pools and spas to provide sufficient oxidation, enhance sanitizer efficiencies and produce clear and sparkling water. It can fit into most water treatment systems for all types of pools and spas.
The potassium monopersulfate compound of Natai Chemical has been sold to many countries for producing pool and spa products. Feedbacks from manufacturers are great.
If you are a manufacturer of pool and spa products and have the need for potassium monopersulfate compound, Natai Chemical’s KMPS is a good choice for you.
If you are a professional chemical distributor of pool and spa solution and is searching for a good supplier of KMPS, Natai Chemical can be your good partner.
You can find our contact information on the webpage, we are looking forward to getting a touch with you. 


Post time: Dec-19-2022