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Pure, inorganic chlorine granules without stabilizer, for shock treatment in case of green or cloudy waters. Quickly and effectively increases the active chlorine content. Immediate effect.

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  • For all filter types
  • For all pool sizes
  • Where: directly into the water
  • When: in case of water problems
  • Dosage: 150g per 10m³
  • Usage

    Use biocidal products with care. Always read label and product information before use.

    This product is to be used exclusively for the specified purpose in accordance with this description.

    • Before adding, check the pH with BAYROL test strips and, if necessary, adjust it to the ideal range of 7.0 to 7.4.

    Dosing :

    • Shock chlorination/water problems: 150g of Chloryte® per 10m³ of water
    • Basic chlorination: 80g of Chloryte® per 10m³ of water
    • Weekly dosage: 50g of Chloryte® per 10m³ of water
    • The addition should preferably be done in the evening after bathing and with the circulation pump running. Sprinkle Chloryte® slowly and directly above the water surface in front of the inlet nozzles.
    • Allow the circulation pump to run for at least 12 hours. Do not bathe again until the chlorine level has dropped below 3 mg/L.
    • If the water is hard and to prevent lime precipitation, use Calcinex®.

    Caution: With very sensitive pool surfaces and cool water temperatures, the direct addition of Chloryte® in the pool can lead to bleach spots. In this case, it is recommended to dissolve these granules in portions in a clean plastic bucket with lukewarm water, before adding (a maximum of 400g to be dissolved in 10L of water). When preparing this kind of solution, always add water to the bucket first and then add Chloryte®.

    Do not add Chloryte® to the skimmer if it contains other products, such as organic chlorine tablets (trichlor, dichlor, e.g. Chlorilong® chlorine tablets; see product label).

    Important Notes: Avoid direct contact with non-chlorine resistant materials and sensitive pool surfaces. Keep the product sealed in its original packaging and out of reach of children. Always add product to water, but never the other way around. Clean measuring cup thoroughly after each use and allow to dry. Always wash hands after contact with chemicals. Do not ingest.


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  • Benefits

    Pure, inorganic chlorine granules

    70% active chlorine content

    Without isocyanuric acid

    no influence on the chlorine value accuracy (with automatic measuring, control and dosing systems)

    Fast dissolving

    immediate effect on green or turbid waters

    Simple and safe use

    less dust

    Ideal for soft waters

     increases calcium hardness

    Practical and easy handling

    depending on the packing size

    Chloryte® consists of inorganic chlorine granules (calcium hypochlorite) and is suitable for shock treatment in case of water maintenance problems.

    The pure calcium hypochlorite-based Chloryte® formula is highly concentrated and contains 70% active chlorine. The fast-dissolving, inorganic chlorine granules provide powerful and effective shock disinfection.

    Immediately after addition, the chlorine granules release a large amount of active chlorine. Microorganisms, responsible for turbid waters, as well as algae that turn the water green, are destroyed. Within a few hours, algae and turbidity disappear and the pool water becomes clear and pure again.
    Chloryte® contains no chlorine stabilizer and thus prevents overstabilization in pools that are maintained with chlorine tablets.

    ➡ Why use unstabilized chlorine?

    Unstabilized chlorine, such as Chloryte®, offers several key advantages for treating your pool water.

    Effectiveness Against Algae Proliferation: Beyond its ability to quickly clarify water, this type of chlorine is particularly effective in treating algae invasions and restoring clear and limpid water.

    Absence of Stabilizer: Unlike stabilized chlorine, unstabilized chlorine does not contain a stabilizer, thus avoiding the risk of over-stabilization for pools treated with chlorine tablets.

    Beneficial Calcium Contribution: Chloryte® also increases the calcium hardness of the water, which is beneficial for pools with soft water.

    Rapid Action: Thanks to its very rapid dissolution, unstabilized chlorine acts quickly and allows for a very powerful immediate shock treatment.

    In summary, unstabilized chlorine provides an immediate, effective shock treatment without the risk of over-stabilization.

    ➡ What is the difference between stabilized and unstabilized chlorine?

    Stabilized chlorine, such as Chlorilong®, contains cyanuric acid, which protects it from UV rays and extends its effectiveness. This type of chlorine has a longer duration of action, making it suitable for regular pool treatment.

    Unstabilized chlorine, like Chloryte®, does not contain a stabilizer. Thus, it offers a rapid but short-lived disinfectant action. Its main advantage is that it does not cause over-stabilization of the pool water. It is primarily used in case of water problems, high heat, or high pool usage.

    Stabilized Chlorine:

    • Protected from UV rays
    • Longer duration of action
    • Risk of stabilizer saturation (in cases of low fresh water intake).

    Unstabilized Chlorine:

    • Without stabilizer, no protection against UV rays
    • Rapid and powerful disinfectant action but short-lived
    • No risk of over-stabilization of the pool water

    It is therefore crucial to choose the right type of chlorine based on your needs.

    ➡ Is multifunctional chlorine stabilized?

    Multifunctional chlorine, as its name suggests, is designed to perform multiple actions in a single treatment. It usually consists of stabilized chlorine. This form of chlorine includes a stabilizer, in the form of cyanuric acid, which protects the chlorine from the sun's UV rays. Without the stabilizer, chlorine would degrade very quickly under the action of UV rays.

    WARNING: Never mix Chloryte® with other chemical components, and do not add this product to the pool skimmer which may contain other chemicals or any other dosing system (chlorinator, floating dispenser, etc.).

    ➡ Unstabilized Liquid Chlorine

    Unstabilized liquid chlorine, such as Chloriliquide, is another form of unstabilized chlorine, offering a rapid and effective action in treating your pool water. This type of chlorine is generally composed of sodium hypochlorite, which releases about 12% active chlorine. Its liquid form is mainly used with an automatic dosing system (Automatic Cl-pH, PoolRelax®, PoolManager®)

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