Zelbrite: technical information

How long does Zelbrite last?

what is zelbrite?
  active ingredient
why zelbrite
  product life  
benefits summary

The active component clinoptilolite is encased in a very solid and stable mineral complex which results in a very robust Zelbrite filtration particle.

In fact most zeolitic material around the world is quite soft and would be totally unsuitable to withstand the rigours of filtration, backwashing and constant contact between particles.

As a result Zelbrite has a prolonged life, better than sand, due to its exceptional hardness and resistance to attrition.

The physical properties of a Zelbrite filter keep working year after year with normal filter maintenance such as backwashing.

On the chemical side, the Zelbrite can be considered as a "chemical sponge". Once the sponge is fully saturated, it needs to be regenerated if all the chemical benefits are to be retained.

 

Zelbrite - the superior swimming pool filter media, delivers exceptional pool-water clarity and sparkle.
 


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