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    Default NuAlgi for Pool purification and algae control

    Hi All,

    For cleaning up of a water body we recently thought of Ozonator. However management asked me to check for an alternative for Ozonator as ozonator may cause some side effects.

    I have come across NuAlgi Diatom method for controlling algae and to prevent weeds growing.

    Is this an established method for water body clean up?
    After adding NuAlgi, DiAtom is the bi product Algae.

    Will this DiAtom algae cause any problems? We dont want fish to be grown in the water body.

    Please suggest.

    Thanks,
    Vijay

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    Default Re: NuAlgi for Pool purification and algae control

    Sorry, it's never worked out to try to help with pools outside N. America, or really, even the US. Chemicals, equipment, and testing supply availability are too different from what we have here.

    You are welcome to browse, and I'll post below methods you can use to search a number of US based pool forums.

    I will tell you that ozone is not a practical method of commercial sanitation pool sanitation. The reasons have been explained -- at great length -- too many times here, though people usually don't believe them, till it's too late and they have wasted the money, and experienced the failures, for themselves.

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    The forum is currently only minimally active. Your best bet, if you still need info is to use the Super Search page, to create special search links will allow you to search PoolForum. A phrase like "[]" may produce answers you're looking for.

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