Importance of Glass filter media

    In this article, we will discuss the advantages of using glass filter media, an essential product offered by swimming pool equipment suppliers, in your filter. Glass filter media operates similarly to sand filter media, effectively capturing debris, dirt, and contaminants in the pool water as it passes through the fine glass particles.     Glass filter medias are made from grains of recycled glass. It can be used in media filter to keep debris and bacteria out of your pool. As the water passes through the glass media, it captures the debris using negative charge. The clean water is then pushed back to the pool through return inlets. Glass filter media proves to be more effective than sand media, cartridge filters, and diatomaceous earth (DE) filters, making it a sought-after swimming pool product. Reduce pool maintenance      •   One of the significant benefits of using glass filter media as a swimming pool product is reduced pool maintenance. Firstly, Glass media requires backwash

The Anatomy of a Swimming Pool

Learning about the crucial components of a swimming pool can be immensely beneficial for both you and your pool. It will aid you in maintaining it on a daily basis and prove useful in tackling any issues that may arise from time to time. Maintaining your pool can be a difficult task without a good understanding of its anatomy. Skimmer Pool : Overflow Pool : Eight Essential Pool Parts All pools share the same fundamental eight parts, regardless of any additional equipment or accessories that may be purchased.       Skimmer/ Overflow fittings/ channel       Main drain       Suction line(s)       Pump       Filter       Return lines       Return inlets       Vacuum point Once you have an understanding of the function of each pool component, it will become evident why some are placed on the suction side of the pool, while others are on the delivery side of the filter. The Suction Side This is the side of the pool that sucks in water and pushes to the filtration system, beginning

Heat Pump Positioning

1. Heat pump should be installed in a place where free air circulation is available. Heat pump generates heat from atmospheric air. 2. Ensure 1000mm of clearance all-around of the heat pump to allow air circulation and access for maintenance. 3. Do not block the top air exit for top mounted fan models. Shade shall be provided 2000mm above from top of heat pump. 4. Avoid positioning heat pump in such a way that the control panel does not face directly Sunrays. 5. Heat pump must be placed in proper levelled civil floor. even if it is installed in landscaping area proper pedestal to heat pump to be made & installed. 6. Distance between heat pump and pool should be as short as possible to reduce heat loss and pressure loss in the pipe work. 7. Isolator switch should be installed (by a qualified electrician) near the heat pump. 8. Electrical supply to the heat pump must be protected by an MCB & ELCB. 9. Air inlets and outlets must not be obstructed or blocked by any m


Introduction: Dry deck fountains are currently very popular and you can find this type of interactive play fountains in various locations, from public parks and parks of shopping malls and water parks, where they provide interactivity for young children. A common factor frequently found in these fountains is that they seek to bring rhythm and movement to the water, turning the space around them into an attractive place for visitors.            What is Dry deck fountains? Dry deck fountains are characterized by having a hidden structure, below our feet, which means that we can have a fountain in the same space as a dry environment, when the fountain is not running. We could use the space for other events when fountain is switched off. The entire network of piping, cabling, nozzles been placed in hidden structure. Obviously it would have access openings to service the hidden space. We have Various type of nozzles for different spray type. Wit

A Review of Swimming Pool Sanitization Methods

A Review of Swimming Pool Sanitization  Methods Many homeowners struggle while trying to select sanitization systems for their swimming pools because they have many options to choose from. The truth is: no single system is best. Different swimming pools call for different systems. You should therefore consider a number of variables when selecting a sanitization system, including initial costs, maintenance costs, maintenance tasks, climate, and number of swimmers. In this article, I briefly discuss five popular swimming pool sanitization methods and list advantages and disadvantages of each. Chlorine Chlorine has historically been the most widely-used chemical for swimming pool sanitization, though several alternative sanitation methods have recently gained popularity. It kills bacteria by undergoing a simple chemical reaction. In this chemical reaction, chlorine breaks down into hypochlorous acid and hypochlorite ions, which then oxidize bacteria until they are neutralized or destroyed

Why UV could be a better Sanitizer for Swimming Pools?

UV-C light is a very powerful germicide. It deactivates and renders harmless waterborne pathogens that are completely unaffected by chlorine based disinfectants. Examples of dangerous pathogens (viruses and cysts) neutralized by UV-C light are Cryptosporidium parvum and Giardia lamblia; chlorine will not affect these. UV-C is effective against all microorganisms for example also the Pseudomonas, papillomavirus and e-coli. A secondary disinfectant must be added to the water to ensure that the water actually in the swimming pool is disinfectant as well as disinfected. The most commonly used secondary disinfectants are chlorine based chemicals. UV-C kills destroys the chloramines (The smell of pool water changes to better. This is because  of the lack of chloramines in the swimming pool).  As a by-product of the disinfection process, chlorine combines with bathers’ body fluids in the pool water and form chloramines. Chloramines are unpleasant substances that cause eye, skin and nose irrit

More Reasons for You to Dive into Pool which is a Great Calorie Burner

More Reasons for You to Dive into Pool which is a Great Calorie Burner Looking to brief up your exercise routine? Bored with the gym? Hit the pool instead.  Swimming  is an amazing calorie burner: Depending on things like gender, body type, and weight, hitting the  pool  for an hour can burn almost 1,000 calories! 1. Swimming is a low-impact exercise Some popular forms of exercise, like running, can be hard on the joints. Not so with swimming—this exercise burns  calories , but at the same time, it’s low-impact enough that astronauts use underwater training to simulate zero-gravity space conditions. This makes swimming an ideal form of exercise for seniors, people recovering from injuries, and people with conditions such as arthritis that make them particularly vulnerable to joint damage. 2. Swimming is also a great whole-body workout You may not feel like you’re working hard as sunshine spills on your face and cool pool water laps against your skin. But swimming is defini