Ion Water Purifier
Ion Water Purifier
Ion Water Purifier combines ancient knowledge of the cleansing power of copper with modern technology to bring your pool the highest quality, most effective water purification system on the market. Years of research and development have led to many advanced and innovative features that make our products truly unique.
Solid Stainless Steel Flow Vessel (400 and 1000 MPC)
The 3-inch-diameter flow vessel does not restrict water flow, and unlike most which are made of plastics, will last forever.
Powder Coated Finish
Very attractive, it will never rust, fade, crack, chip, clister, peel or otherwise be in need of repair.
99 Electronic Duty Cycle Settings
Allow the touch pad operation to work on any pool or spa with greater accuracy.
Auto Current Regulated
The unit works in low Total Dissolve Solids (TDS) water.
Easy Fingertip Access to Anode
This makes checking and periodic replacement of the anode a snap!
Install easily on pool filtering systems using either 1&@189;” or 2″ fittings. Power 110V, 50/60hz.
Eliminates scale and debris buildup on the anode because the independent cycling maintains full power in both forward and reverse cycles.
Weather Tight, Potted Electronics
These are located in the cap, where they remain cool, dry and safe from the elements, to last a lifetime.
10 Year Limited Warranty
A N O D E S
A 250 MPC Anode B 250-10 MPC Anode
C 350 MPC Anode D 450 MPC Anode
E 1000 MPC Anode
How Does ThomsonTec Work?
The ThomsonTec uses an ionization process to sanitize the water in your pool.
Quite simply, ionization is a process whereby an element gains and loses ions. An ion is an atom or group of atoms that contain an electrical charge. An atom is comparable to a small solar system. It contains a nucleus in the center, and one or more negatively-charged electrons orbiting around the outside. The nucleus contains positively charged particles called protons. An atom usually has an equal number of protons and electrons.
The ThomsonTec Water Conditioning Systems Technology works by passing low-voltage direct current through a copper/silver anode positioned in the flow of the circulating water.
The low voltage charge causes some other atoms of the anode to lose electrons which become positive ions as they attempt to flow across the space between the anode and cathode. They are swept away into the water by the force of flow.
Once released, the positive copper ions create a natural toxin in the form of copper sulfate, which is a powerful enemy to algae and bacteria.