SUPERIOR Pressure Feed Gas Chlorinators

SUPERIOR, Pressure Feed, Gas Chlorinators, Vissers Sales CorpSUPERIOR Gas Chlorinator Series CLP-1
Direct Cylinder Mounted - Pressure Feed Type

SUPERIOR, Pressure Feed, Gas Chlorinators, Vissers Sales CorpDesigned specifically for use where there is no electric power available to operate a booster pump, or no pressurized water supply offering a sufficient pressure differential for a vacuum operated, solution feed chlorinator. The SUPEROR Model CLP-1 clamps directly onto the chlorine cylinder valve with a positive yoke-type connection and is operated by the chlorine cylinder gas pressure to feed chlorine gas directly into water. The Model CLP-1 is manually controlled to feed chlorine gas directly into the water at a constant, greatly reduced pressure through plastic tubing which connects the chlorinator to a check valve/diffuser assembly located at the point of chlorine injection.

NOTE: Pressure feed type gas chlorinators are only recommended in installations where there is no electric power or sufficient water pressure differential available which would enable the use of a vacuum solution feed chlorinator. All-vacuum systems are obviously safer than pressure feed systems and should be used whenever possible.
(Not sold in the US)

 

SUPERIOR, Pressure Feed, Gas Chlorinators, Vissers Sales CorpSUPERIOR Gas Chlorinator Series CLPM-1
Direct Cylinder Mounted - Pressure Feed Type


SUPERIOR, Pressure Feed, Gas Chlorinators, Vissers Sales CorpDesigned specifically for use where there is no electric power avaolable to operate a booster pump, or no pressurized water supply offering a sufficient pressure differential for a vacuum operated, solution feed chlorinator. The SUPEROR Model CLPM-1 clamps directly onto the chlorine cylinder valve with a positive yoke-type connection and is operated by the chlorine cylinder gas pressure to feed chlorine gas directly into water. The Model CLPM-1 is manually controlled to feed chlorine gas directly into the water at a constant, greatly reduced pressure through plastic tubing which connects the chlorinator to a check valve/diffuser assembly located at the point of chlorine injection.

NOTE: Pressure feed type gas chlorinators are only recommended in installations where there is no electric power or sufficient water pressure differential available which would enable the use of a vacuum solution feed chlorinator. All-vacuum systems are obviously safer than pressure feed systems and should be used whenever possible.
(Not sold in the US)