FAQ - Frequently Asked Questions

 

Q - What happens to an operating chlorinator/sulfonator if the water source is shut off? What if the vacuum line is damaged or disconnected?

A - The water passing through the ejector device creates the vacuum which draws the gas through the connected chlorinator/sulfonator device. Therefore, if the water source is turned off or if the vacuum line is damaged or disconnected, the necessary vacuum is lost and the flow of gas is stopped.

Neither the chlorinator/sulfonator or ejector devices require electrical power to operate.

 

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