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Answer: chlorine or bromine treatments are the most common, but there are also other alternatives.
There are several types of treatment for pool water. Chlorine treatment is the most common, it helps fight against fungi, algae and bacteria. It therefore serves as both a disinfectant and an oxidant. Simple and inexpensive, the chlorine treatment, however, tends to disrupt the pH of the pool and gives off an unpleasant odor. As an alternative, there is the bromine treatment. Equally effective, treatment with bromine is odorless but more expensive. Then there are treatments dedicated to specific functions, which must be combined and used at the same time: active oxygen treatment (oxidant) and PHMB treatment (disinfectant). More ecological and respectful of the human body, but more expensive of course. Finally, the treatment by salt electrolysis, by silver copper ionization and by ultra-violet require less maintenance than the previous ones in the long term, but require a significant initial investment. You too, send us your brico question