Oxone™ potassium monopersulfate non-chlorine oxidizer is a high performance, high value product that is under-utilized compared to traditional chlorine shock products. In this webinar, LANXESS Corporation, will explain why non-chlorine oxidizers should play a greater role in the routine treatment of swimming pool water by outlining the basics of easy pool care with oxidation. This technical webinar will highlight the importance of routine preventive oxidation and how a non-chlorine shock oxidizer works in salt water pool systems. Learn why minimizing chlorine can lead to key advantages for your swimming pool!
In this webinar, you'll learn:
Presented by: Ed Lightcap, Oxone™ Technical Sales
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About the SPONSOR:
LANXESS is a leading specialty chemicals company based in Cologne, Germany. With around 14,300 employees in 33 countries, we are an established company on the global market. Our primary expertise lies in producing, developing and marketing chemical intermediates, additives, specialty chemicals and plastics, with annual sales of EUR 6.8 billion (2019).
Oxone™: our powerful and fast-reacting oxidizing agent is used in a wide variety of industrial and consumer applications such as disinfection, pulp & paper, electronics and water treatment.
For pool and spa applications, shock oxidizing treatments powered by Oxone™ clean the water by removing organic contaminants without raising chlorine levels, and reduce the overall use of chlorine. Oxone™-powered treatments help make the water sparkling clear without eye or skin irritation and the unpleasant 'chlorine' odors caused by chlorinated disinfection by-products.
About the speaker:
Oxone™ Technical Sales
Ed Lightcap has more than 30 years experience in the recreational water industry. He's been actively involved with our industry associations for most of that time, notably as a participant and past Chair of the Recreational Water Quality Committee. Ed is currently in a technical sales role for the LANXESS Oxone™ business.