Model # R-40

Internet #204421747

Mineral Pure 40,000 Gal. Residential Swimming Pool Ionizer
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Mineral Pure

40,000 Gal. Residential Swimming Pool Ionizer

  • Helps purify your pool naturally
  • Reduces chlorine use
  • Electrodes can last up to 6 years
$ 486 69 /box
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Product Overview

  • Helps purify your pool naturally
  • Reduces chlorine use
  • Electrodes can last up to 6 years
Transform your pool or spa into an oasis of mineral spring-like water and save dramatically on your chlorine expenses. Mineral Pure uses safe and natural minerals to help purify your water, thus dramatically reducing the need for costly chlorine. Chlorine is strong bleach and is dangerous. Studies have linked it to cancer. The bottom line is - nobody likes chlorine. There are 9 models to handle any size swimming pool up to 600,000 Gal. The technology used by the Mineral Pure system has been around for thousands of years. It was NASA that harnessed what nature already knew and used a similar ionization system aboard the Apollo flights in the 1960s. NASA granted the manufacturer of Mineral Pure a license to commercialize their technology in 1989. The system consists of a micro-processor control box and a set of a scientifically developed electrodes comprised of safe and natural minerals. Mineral ions are released into the water, helping to disinfect the water. This will help provide long term, nontoxic purification while reducing chlorine use. Salt generators actually make chlorine and are subject to costly repairs and replacement. This system only requires the replacement of the electrode (approximately USD 150) and does not require salt. The electrodes will last 1-6 years depending on size of pool and length of season.
  • Reduces the need of chlorine in residential pools up to 95%
  • Swim in crystal clear, mineral spring-like water
  • No more red eyes, dry and brittle hair, itchy skin, bleached out swimsuits and the distinct chlorine odor on your body
  • NSF standard 50 certified worldwide
  • Uses safe, natural minerals in an ionization process - never requires salt
  • NASA licensed technology since 1989
  • Click here for more information on Electronic Recycling Programs

Product Overview

  • Helps purify your pool naturally
  • Reduces chlorine use
  • Electrodes can last up to 6 years
Model #: R-40
Internet #: 204421747

Transform your pool or spa into an oasis of mineral spring-like water and save dramatically on your chlorine expenses. Mineral Pure uses safe and natural minerals to help purify your water, thus dramatically reducing the need for costly chlorine. Chlorine is strong bleach and is dangerous. Studies have linked it to cancer. The bottom line is - nobody likes chlorine. There are 9 models to handle any size swimming pool up to 600,000 Gal. The technology used by the Mineral Pure system has been around for thousands of years. It was NASA that harnessed what nature already knew and used a similar ionization system aboard the Apollo flights in the 1960s. NASA granted the manufacturer of Mineral Pure a license to commercialize their technology in 1989. The system consists of a micro-processor control box and a set of a scientifically developed electrodes comprised of safe and natural minerals. Mineral ions are released into the water, helping to disinfect the water. This will help provide long term, nontoxic purification while reducing chlorine use. Salt generators actually make chlorine and are subject to costly repairs and replacement. This system only requires the replacement of the electrode (approximately USD 150) and does not require salt. The electrodes will last 1-6 years depending on size of pool and length of season.

  • Reduces the need of chlorine in residential pools up to 95%
  • Swim in crystal clear, mineral spring-like water
  • No more red eyes, dry and brittle hair, itchy skin, bleached out swimsuits and the distinct chlorine odor on your body
  • NSF standard 50 certified worldwide
  • Uses safe, natural minerals in an ionization process - never requires salt
  • NASA licensed technology since 1989
  • Click here for more information on Electronic Recycling Programs

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Specifications

Dimensions

Container Size (oz.)
0
Product Depth (in.)
6 in
Product Height (in.)
12 in
Product Width (in.)
11 in

Details

Outdoor Living Product Type
Chlorine Free Chemicals
Pack Size
1
Pool Chemical Type
Chlorine Reducer
Product Weight (lb.)
8 lb
Returnable
90-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
5 years, parts and labor - excluding electrodes.

Specifications

Dimensions

Container Size (oz.)
0
Product Depth (in.)
6 in
Product Height (in.)
12 in
Product Width (in.)
11 in

Details

Outdoor Living Product Type
Chlorine Free Chemicals
Pack Size
1
Pool Chemical Type
Chlorine Reducer
Product Weight (lb.)
8 lb
Returnable
90-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
5 years, parts and labor - excluding electrodes.

Questions & Answers

Hi, I've been told that these type of systems are required under law to be registered with the EP...

Hi, I've been told that these type of systems are required under law to be registered with the EPA under FIFRA. I've checked their listings and this system is not registered (there are three there but not this). So is this registered and safe to use legally?
Asked by: Conor
Hi, Conor here again and thanks for your answer Clearwater but I think you are wrong. Please refer to the following federal document which explains in detail the legal requirements for these type of systems: https://www.federalregister.gov/documents/2007/09/21/E7-18591/pesticide-registration-clarification-for-ion-generating-equipment This clearly states the following: "With this notice, the Agency (The EPA) clarifies its position on the distinction between devices and pesticides with regard to ion-generating equipment and explains why such equipment is regulated as a pesticide" It goes on to explain that the equipment is defined as: "Potentially affected equipment include but are not limited to, washing machines containing electrodes that emit silver, copper, or zinc ions and ion generators used in swimming pools to kill algae and as an adjunct to the chlorination process." I feel that this would contradict your statement that it is not a pesticide and a review of the Federal Database of Pesticides shows that there are Copper Silver ionization systems registered. So it would appear that this is a pesticide and does require registration and that you are probably incorrect and breaking the law by selling this. Homebase should take note of this, review the legal requirements and make sure that they are not facilitating any illegal sales. Indeed Brita (the water filter company) was fined over $3 million by the California EPA for failing to comply with FIFRA as they use silver in their filters. Can Homebase now please comment and if needed take action? If not I think it would be a next step to report this and all other sales to the EPA to let them decide if there has been a breach of Federal Law
Answered by: conor
Date published: 2018-08-18

Do you still need to regularly add algaecide?

Do you still need to regularly add algaecide?
Asked by: Rob
Copper ions are a natural algaecide, so if the levels are controlled correctly you would not need to add additional algaecides.
Answered by: RyanDuksa
Date published: 2018-08-09

It says reduced chlorine usage but can't find any information on it. Do you still need to add ch...

It says reduced chlorine usage but can't find any information on it. Do you still need to add chlorine? If so, how much?
Asked by: AZFrankP
Hello, ionization allows reductions of up to 75%. An oxidizer such as chlorine or ozone will be needed to further reduce the chlorine requirement to handle soaps, lotions, etc.
Answered by: RyanDuksa
Date published: 2018-08-09

How does this unit compare to Enviroswim or ClearSwim Units which cost 10 times this price but cl...

How does this unit compare to Enviroswim or ClearSwim Units which cost 10 times this price but claim no chlorine is needed at all?
Asked by: AZFrankP
If you add ozone to Mineral Pure, chlorine can be reduced up to 95%. Anyone advertising 100% reduction should not be considered accurate. This unit is rated by the NSF for as low as 0.4ppm of chlorine.
Answered by: RyanDuksa
Date published: 2018-08-09
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Customer Reviews

40,000 Gal. Residential Swimming Pool Ionizer is rated 4.7 out of 5 by 6.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Well constructed product - easy to install - great value We have been using ionization in our pool since 1986 - the vendor of our last product (bought in '86) retired. So we had to find another product - after talking with the mfr and reviewing all the units this was our choice. Happy we made that decision. Very well made - easy to install (all the needed parts) and great support from the mfr. Hope this helps someone make the purchase decision. You will not be sorry you did and the cost saving in one or two years from using less chlorine will pay for the unit.
Date published: 2015-08-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Easy install, works exactly as it should I've been using copper for over 16 years now. I have it on 3 hot tubs and one pool. It beats chlorine and salt water in my book. This product installed quickly and has my pool crystal clear! Zero chlorine!! This is a replacement unit for another manufacturer. I put this on a 20,000 gal pool. Love it!
Date published: 2018-06-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from So far has done more than expected, Pool never this... So far has done more than expected, Pool never this clean with little or no Chlorine . Considering 7 Golden Retrievers swim in this pool, Plus me. You could have not asked for more. Paul
Date published: 2018-07-04
Rated 3 out of 5 by from I can't review this item since I did not keep it. I tried to order the Ionizer on line that Home ... I can't review this item since I did not keep it. I tried to order the Ionizer on line that Home Depot had on sale and was charged the full price. It was purchased under the assumption of the sale price and since an adjustment could not be negotiated it was returned for credit. It looked well constructed and all parts were included for would have been an easy install. The concept of the operation of the unit would have been an interesting test to find out how well the Ionizer worked -- but alas it was not to be---- the cost was more than I could have justified in relation to the sale price.
Date published: 2017-06-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent product. High performance. Maximum efficiency.... Excellent product. High performance. Maximum efficiency....
Date published: 2017-12-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great for the money So far so good. Just installed this ionizer on our pool. It seems to be doing the job as good or better than our old system for half the cost! Installation was a breeze as well.
Date published: 2017-07-25
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