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Calcium Hypochlorite Feeders

Calcium hypochlorite feeders are a good option for large-scale water disinfection requirements using approved calcium hypochlorite tablets. Gaffey

Technical Services supply Pellet Pro, which launched in the UK in 1993, the first calcium hypochlorite tablet feed system in the country

at that time.

How do calcium hypochlorite feeders work?

Pellet Pro is a vacuum-operated, completely sealed dosing system that uses calcium hypochlorite tablets for water treatment with high throughput and the option to support one or several pools. As a sealed system, personnel working in the area are well protected against exposure to any of the by-products of chlorination.

The dosing pumps used in our calcium hypochlorite feeders run on a 230V permanent supply, but can be switched using 0(4)-20mA, pulse frequency, or remote start-stop inputs. Check the Pellet Pro product page for a list of available dosing pumps or contact Gaffey directly if you need a price for a pump that is not listed.

Where are these types of feeders used?

Calcium hypochlorite feeders are a good solution for larger establishments including leisure complexes with multiple swimming pools, as they are well suited to large-scale pool water treatment. For the same reason they can also be a good option for water treatment in theme parks, where larger volumes of water may need to be treated at any one time.

Pellet Pro calcium hypochlorite feeders can also be useful in treating the water used in fruit & vegetable washing, helping to remove pathogens so that the washed produce is left clean, better preserved and safe for human consumption.

What are the features of Pellet Pro calcium hypochlorite feeders?

Pellet Pro calcium hypochlorite feeders are available in a range of capacities and pressures, and with two-pool and three-pool models in addition to single-pool dosing pumps.

Each system comes with digital dosing pumps, a 30-metre feed line, SV-series injector with safety ID tags, and a two-year warranty.

Throughput ranges from 15 litres per hour to 224 litres per hour at pressures between 4-10 bar, with an optional second 60 l/h dosing pump on two-pool models.

Further configurations are available on request for two-pool and three-pool water treatment - just contact Gaffey using our online form or by telephone for more information about these or with any other enquiries.

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