Pools, hot tubs and spas are meant for fun and relaxation. But heavy chemical disinfectants can easily make the experience less than enjoyable. Strong smell, skin and eye irritation and even respiratory discomfort are not uncommon. Asthma and chemical allergies can also develop.
Ionic Cupric Copper offers a non-chemical alternative that offers a truly pleasing water experience. Used according to directions, it doesn’t smell or create irritation. Offering year round protection, it is easy and safe to use, cost effective and environmentally responsible.

In commercial use for over a decade, Ionic Cupric Copper is proven effective in the control of algae, bacteria and the toxins they produce in private, condominium, hotel and health club settings.Ionic Cupric Copper simplifies maintenance while ensuring operator safety.Ionic Cupric Copper is also for home pool and spa use.

Ionic Cupric Copper does not dissipate; it is ONLY used up by biological demand.  If it isn’t working it is waiting.  The sun doesn’t make it evaporate like chlorine.  When you have products that dissipate you must use a lot of them to make sure you always have some in the water.

Ionic Cupric Copper is also self dispersing. This doesn’t mean you don’t need your filter, you do, but it does mean that it is able to get all the little corners and places that chemicals that fall to the bottom can not.  Because it is self dispersing you don’t have to dump gallons in to try and make sure it is going to cover all areas.

Ionic Cupric Copper molecules are like having thousands of little soldiers marching around your pool or spa taking care of the bad guys!  Make sure your pool or spa is protected by the best little army around.



Protecting the safety of our children during recreation means considering many different kinds of danger. While disinfection by chlorine in recreational water is mandated in many jurisdictions, it’s use is coming under closer scrutiny in light of the apparent long term health concerns. Read more…

In February 2012, 70 people were admitted to hospital in Williams Lake, British Columbia after chlorine exposure at a public swimming pool.
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Nor should we overlook the environmental damage that chlorine and other harsh chemicals can cause. According to the US Environmental Protection Agency, chlorine causes environmental harm at low levels and is especially harmful to organisms living in water and in soil.
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Urine + Chlorine May Equal Health Risks at Pools

Peeing in swimming pools may be hazardous to your health. That’s the message from scientists who have found that compounds in urine mix with chlorine to form chemicals that have been linked to respiratory effects in swimmers.

“If swimmers avoided urinating in pools, then air and water quality would likely improve independent of other changes in water treatment or air circulation,” the scientists from China Agricultural University and Purdue University wrote in the journal Environmental Science & Technology.

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