Welcome to the most natural, safe, economical and effective treatment

Immerse yourself in the healthiest water

Since ancient times, the antiseptic properties of salt water have been known, especially for treating problems of the eyes, nose and skin. Forget about eye and skin irritation, since the chloramines that cause these problems are eliminated. Disinfection is more efficient, due to the combined activity of the chlorine and other agents that are generated during electrolysis (active oxygen) and the oxidation on the electrodes themselves of organic material in the water. Salt-water electrolysis systems generate chlorine by breaking up the salt that is dissolved in the water.

Greater Economy and Safety

This system avoids the risks involved in transport, handling and dosing large quantities of a highly-toxic compound. Unfortunately, it is not uncommon for accidents to occur, due to improper handling or mixing of sodium hypochlorite. Salt-water electrolysis systems do not require storage, handling or dosing of any chlorated compound.

The Most Natural Way to Save

IDEGIS salt-water electrolysis is a closed-cycle process, which avoids the need to add doses of chemicals directly into the pool water, improving its quality automatically and safely.

The guarantee of dealing with the manufacturer

Our water treatment technology is now considered the benchmark both in Spain and abroad. This water treatment system is increasingly dominating the market due to its effectiveness, with integrated pH/ORP/CHLORINE control which improves the quality of the water.

Water-Saving System

The use of salt-water electrolysis systems achieves considerable daily savings in water consumption (up to 5% of the total volume of the pool), due to the non-generation of residual cyanuric acid (a point to be taken into account when trichlorisocyanuric treatment is used).

A treatment described in three words: simple, economical and safe.

Salt-water electrolysis systems bring a new concept to your pool treatment, improving the water quality, avoiding the handling of chemicals and simplifying maintenance work.

When a steady electric current passes through a salt solution, electrochemical reactions occur on the surface of the electrodes in the cell.

Once the chlorine have been generated at the electrodes, these recombine in the water to produce hypochlorous acid. It can also be seen that other products, such as oxygen, are also generated, which add an extra disinfectant power to the process.