Definitions for "NON-CHLORINE SHOCK"
typically potassium monopersulfate. Also known as monopersulfate compound and potassium peroxymonosulfate. Replaces or assists chlorine in destroying organic contamination and chloramines. Used as a shock treatment, it is completely soluble, chlorine-free, quick acting and does not create a build-up problem. Click here for some ordering information about MPS Test Strips.
A granular form of potassium permonosulfate that oxidizes microorganisms, contaminants or chloramines.
A term given to a class of chemical compounds that are used to oxidize or shock the water (destroy ammonia, nitrogen and swimmer waste). They contain no chlorine or bromine and do not kill living organisms. Swimmers may re-enter the water in only 15 minutes after adding a non-chlorine shock. RGANIC Refers to volatile, combustible and sometimes biodegradable chemical compounds containing carbon atoms bonded together with other elements. The principal groups of organic substances found in water are proteins, carbohydrates, fats and oils. See organic waste.