SOURCE: SeaKlear

SeaKlear PRS is a 2-part system formulated to go beyond removing dirt and oil. It enhances filtration and is EPA qualified to trap particles down to 0.5 microns including Cryptosporidium, E. coli, and Giardia in the pool’s filter. It can be used with an Automatic Dosage pump for even and consistent distribution of product. The SeaKlear PRS system turbo charges pool filter performance delivering superior pool water clarity.

PRS now has NSF/ANSI Standard 50 and NSF/ANSI Standard 60 from the Water Quality Association (WQA).  The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) agrees that SeaKlear PRS qualifies as a device, which enhances filtration by trapping particles down to 0.5-microns.   The Texas Department of State Health Services has also agreed that SeaKlear PRS meets the requirements for a supplemental water treatment system designed to help protect the user from recreational waterborne illness, particularly from infection by the parasite Cryptosporidium, in public interactive water features and fountains.  

“Many aquatic facilities have a short seasonal business during which they make the majority of their revenue,” says Jamie Novak, Brand Manager for SeaKlear products.  “No facility wants to risk their reputation or lose revenue by being shut down. Visitors hate hearing ‘everyone out of the pool’ because of a cloudy or contaminated pool,” explains Novak.  “SeaKlear PRS provides an extra level of protection for any pool system—it helps ensure clear water for aquatic facilities and their patrons.”

SeaKlear PRS is a proven winner that more and more facility managers and pool professionals are including in their water care maintenance routine.  This cost-effective system is different from a traditional clarifier because it is EPA qualified to enhance current filter capabilities down to 0.5 microns. The summer season is kicking off and high bather loads are just around the corner.  Now is the time to incorporate SeaKlear PRS into both residential and commercial pool water treatment plans.