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Electrolytic Chlorine Generators - Test

1. Sea water has a salt concentration of approximately

a. 3,000 ppm

b. 10,000 ppm

c. 35,000 ppm

2. Salt concentration in ECG systems is approximately

a. 3,000 ppm

b. 10,000 ppm

c. 35,000 ppm

3. The process of converting sodium chloride in a water solution into chlorine is via:

a. electrolysis

b. oxidation

c. reduction

4. The chlorine generator process breaks down NACL + H2O into:

a. Sodium Hydroxide and Water

b. Hypochlorous Acid, Hydrochloric Acid, Sodium Hydroxide and Hydrogen Gas

c. Chlorine and water

5. The benefits of chlorine generation

a. soft, silky water

b. no red eyes

c. a more neutral pH

d. all of the above

6. The ability to provide sanitization without hazardous chemical handling is a benefit

a. True

b. False

7. The ultimate system for sanitization and oxidation is through the use of an ECG, Ozonator, ORP and Muriatic Acid Feeder.

a. True

b. False

8. Pure food grade salt is added in what quantities:

a. 50# per 2,000 gallons

b. 10# per 1,000 gallons

c. 100# per 10,000 gallons

9. Chlorine generators require what type of current

a. DC

b. AC

10. Chlorine generators are installed after the filter and heater on the pressure side of the system.

a. True

b. False

Electrolytic Chlorine Generators

Electroylitic Chlorine Generators - Answer Key