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The mPULSE 3000® swimming pool water treatment system 
is a maintenance tool.  This product is used to condition water and modifies the molecular structure of the calcium mineral, thus creating a new calcium called aragonite.  Aragonite is soluble in water and with not stick to your pool surfaces, unless it is allowed to evaporate.
This preventative aide controls calcium scaling and allows calcium scaling to be much more manageable in your pool. It will also aid in keeping salt chlorinators cleaner and improves their life expectancy. When used with a regular weekly maintenance schedule (maintaining proper water chemistry, regularly brushing the water line, spillways, and water features), the highest levels of performance
can be achieved from the mPULSE 3000® pool water 
treatment system. As with any product of this nature that deals 
with water chemistry, the mPULSE 3000® is not a cure-all for 
all scaling problems in your swimming pool; results of this 
treatment may vary from swimming pool to swimming pool and 
with the consistency of the maintenance performed. 

There are many factors that can affect this form of water
treatment and this list of the following factors needs to be considered:
  • Amount of calcium hardness contained in the water. (Recommended levels 200 – 800 PPM.)
  • Source of water (private well or municipality)
  • Age of water and wear of swimming pool, plaster and tile
  • TDS Total Dissolved Solids in swimming pools
  • Chemical maintenance: pH Level: 7.4 – 7.6;
  • Chemical maintenance: Alkalinity Level: 80 – 120 PPM
  • Seasonal temperatures and duration of filtering cycle
  • Chlorine levels maintained between 1.0 and 2.5
  • Porous surfaces (ie: rock fixtures and water features)
  • Phosphate levels (recommend under 300)
  • Cynaric acid levels need to be below 100
  • Spill ways and zero edge pools.
The mPULSE 3000® performs best when these factors are 
controlled as per stated levels and in the case of pool features are maintained properly.

Alternative forms of water treatment used to be the exception,
but now have become the rule for swimming pool maintenance.
With the exception of salt water chlorine generators and other
non-chemical forms of water treatment, many pool builders
and service providers have found these alternative forms as
the best way to maintain pools and treat water for the
destructive affects of “hard water”, without expensive and
noxious maintenance procedures. By treating the water in this
manner, a conditioning effect occurs that can be felt on the
skin and in the hair, as well as seen in the overall clarity of the
water. Impulse Technology is moving into the forefront of
alternative water treatment for swimming pool applications.