Whatever we choose for any pool technology, we never get rid of the need to clean pool water from mechanical dirt and pH control.
Whatever we choose for any pool technology, we never get rid of the need to clean pool
water from mechanical dirt and pH control.
Cleaning of pool water from mechanical impurities
When removing mechanical impurities, we can not do without filtration. Due to the volume of the pool, we choose a simpler cartridge or more powerful sand filtration. The filtering device can be removed by removing mechanical impurities by a vacuum cleaner into the pool. These vacuum cleaners clean well not only the bottom but also the pool walls. In order to quickly catch the contaminated impurities, we also have a mesh on the telescopic pole.
Mechanical Cleaning Assistant
For filter filtration
to capture even the smallest particles, it is good to use a flocculant once a week or as needed. The flocculant is liquid in the market and has the ability to bind microscopic impurities to form so-called flakes, which are then filtered off.
We do not need to clean the pool water without knowing the actual pH of the pool water. Based on pH, we dose the chemical. Disinfection of water in the pool can be done by chlorination or by means of saline water electrolysis. Chlorination has one undisputed advantage, which lies in the cost of technology. When disinfecting with salt water, we do not avoid making a solinator, but again we can avoid manipulation and storage of chlorine preparations. We use sea salt into the solinator, and complex processes are gone.
Pool maintenance work is not as enjoyable as swimming pool relaxation. If we get to the pool roofing, we save not only the time we spend on mechanical removal of dirt. Roofing
is also economical due to thermal spills, reduces water evaporation and algae risk. And it also has a safety point of view. The enclosed and enclosed pool area will not endanger children in the absence of adults.