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CYA: Too Much of a Good Thing?
Risks With Over-Stabilization of Chlorine

Guest Column - October 2013

Before you add stabilizer to your chlorine-treated pool, get some advice from the experts and be sure you're protecting your patrons—and your bottom line.

Prepare to Update Your Chlorination System

Problem Solver - August 2013

Here, for example, NSF/ANSI Standard 50 certification is likely to play an important part in what you consider. Systems that are certified by the National Sanitation Foundation (NSF) provide assurances that there has been testing for safety, efficacy and reliability based upon system manufacturers' directions for operation and specified chemicals. The NSF/ANSI 50 Standard is mandated by a majority of states and referenced or mandated by health departments throughout the country. These standards are well-accepted as the go-to reference of reliability and dependability.

Maintain Water Clarity

Problem Solver - August 2013

Once you've got the right system installed, you need to educate yourself and employees about how the system works, as well as the manufacturer's recommendations for maintaining water balance and sanitizer residuals. Be sure you and your staff are aware of all the routine maintenance tasks that are necessary to keep your pool water safe and clear.

Provide a Cost-Effective Sanitization Solution

Problem Solver - August 2013

In addition, salt chlorine generators can lower your sanitization costs by 50 percent or more relative to the use of calcium hypochlorite or sodium hypochlorite. As a result of producing your own sanitizer on site, any market fluctuations in the price of chlorine products will no longer affect your budget.

Make Your Pool More Sustainable & Cost-Effective

Problem Solver - August 2013

The swimming pool and aquatic recreation industry has changed dramatically over the years. Sustainability as we all know is in the forefront of every business decision, or at least should be. The cost of water has doubled in places, tripled in others, and gauging the price of fuel is a guessing game at best. Reducing water and energy usage not only helps facilities make their operations a little more environmentally friendly, but also can offer significant savings.

Prevent RWIs in Pools & Spraygrounds

Problem Solver - August 2013

It works much the same way as strong sunlight to permanently purify your pool's water by inactivating the biological impurities. Powerful lamps designed specifically for use in pools will produce concentrated ultraviolet radiation, which destroys the microorganisms.


Water Clarity Saves Lives

Guest Column - July 2013

To ensure your lifeguards can see swimmers, it is crucial to maintain water clarity. Learn more about how to approach water clarity issues.

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Taking Action
Program Helps Pool Pros With Hurricane Cleanup

Before You Go - April 2013

As a result, massive cleanup efforts continue, including swimming pools (likely hundreds to thousands of pool facilities were affected) that need to be spotless before they open up on Memorial Day weekend.

Calm Water

Trends in Aquatic Health & Safety

Supplement Feature - February 2013

Few things matter more to an aquatic center's prosperity than the health and safety standards that the facility adopts.

Automate and Manage Water Quality

Problem Solver - August 2012

The more you can automate these processes, the more precisely controlled your pool environment will be. That means constant assurance that your pool's water is clear and safe for swimmers. Using automation to control chemistry and backwashing will ensure the highest water quality.