In a single reactor, the Neolysis unit combines UV water treatment with salt electrolysis to produce disinfected and chlorinated water. Neolysis devices can make most of the best characteristics and features of each of these technologies, whilst overriding their disadvantages.
Pool water that is treated using Neolysis is natural, so it could even be used to water plants. Moreover, the water has a salinity of less than 2 g/l (1.5 to 2 g/l), which is significantly lower than that of water treated with traditional salt electrolysis systems (4–6 g/l).
Greater disinfection Potential: UV treatment has been combined with chlorine generation, resulting in dual disinfection. This combination results in more efficient pool water disinfection with a low salinity index. And no additional chlorinated treatments or chemicals are needed.
Economical: The water and energy savings make this a sustainable technology. Filter washes are no longer required to reduce the concentration of chloramines.
Healthier: The higher the quality of the water, the better the bathing conditions and the reduction of itchy skin, nose, and eyes.