In our process, Sphagnum moss works much like a tea bag. The moss is placed inside a contact chamber which allows it to interact and treat the pool water. Once treated, the water helps reduce organic contamination, which is a primary catalyst for a host of common pool issues.At the same time, Sphagnum moss is releasing a buffer into the water, which helps to naturally stabilize pH and alkalinity. It also binds metal ions (e.g. calcium, magnesium, iron), which helps diminish scaling and staining. Corrosion, disinfection by-products (DBP), and organic contamination are dramatically reduced. For those pools with surge tanks, the moss (which is enclosed in a mesh bag) is placed in a contact chamber, and lowered into the tank. The circulation of the pool is all that is needed to treat the water. Moss is changed on a monthly cycle. The old is removed, and replaced with the new. The contact chamber is lifted out of the surge tank, and re-submerged after the change is made. Our other method allows a contact chamber to be plumbed in. In this case, the contact chamber is installed in a “slipstream” application, so that water flow through the chamber can be controlled. The moss is still changed monthly, and effects to air and water remain the same.

Key Benefits:

  • Improved Water Quality
  • Improved Air Quality
  • Stabilized pH and Alkalinity
  • Reduced Scale and Staining
  • Reduced Corrosion

Key Results:

  • Reduced Chemical Usage
  • Reduced Water Usage
  • Reduced Energy Usage
  • Reduced Maintenance
  • More Enjoyment


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