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Matching articles for Aquatics - Air Quality: 23


Selecting, Installing & Maintaining Commercial UV Systems

Guest Column - May 2016

Installing an UV system at a commercial aquatic facility will lower chemical usage in a pool by 30 to 50 percent and achieve safer water by eliminating pathogens, viruses and chloramines. Here's how to choose the best fit for your facility.

Testing the Waters

Tips on Running a Safe & Cost-Effective Aquatic Facility

Supplement Feature - February 2016

With every line item in the budget under scrutiny, aquatic facility managers are looking for ways to reduce operating expenses, while still providing the cleanest, safest and most efficient swimming environment possible.

Pool Procedures Overview

Expert Tips on Maintaining a Safe, Healthy and Sustaining Swimming Pool

Feature Article - April 2015

Swimming pools feature complex chemistry and a whole list of to-do's that are extremely important to keep things running right and to keep swimmers safe. Here, we asked some experts for input on pool maintenance.


Green & Efficient
Adlai E. Stevenson High School Lincolnshire, Ill.

Facility Profile - April 2015

When this high school's natatorium became increasingly inefficient, a team of experts came together to create a unique air handling solution to fix the problem.

Change Is in the Air

Managing Healthy Air & Water in Your Aquatic Facility

Supplement Feature - February 2015

Change is in the air—and in the water. Today's aquatic managers can wield significant game-changing weapons in the battle for healthier natatorium environments.

Maintain Water & Air Quality in Aquatic Facilities

Problem Solver - August 2014

Indoor aquatic facilities often must constantly deal with water and air quality issues, particularly when bather loads are high and during competitive swim events. Having a secondary sanitizing system in place can help ensure the cleanest water possible while also combating the high chloramine levels that cause poor air quality, red eyes, dry skin and other unpleasant side effects for bathers.


The Air in There
Jenks Trojan Aquatic Center in Jenks, Okla.

Facility Profile - May 2014

When faced with concerns about indoor air quality, this aquatic facility found some innovative and effective fixes.

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.

Cleaning the Water, Clearing the Air

How UV Water Treatment Improves Water and Air Quality

Web Exclusive - April 2012

UV treatment is a great way to sanitize your pool's water, but it also helps improve air quality around swimming pools—especially indoors. This article explores the use of UV treatment in pools to help improve water and air quality.

Aquatics & Air Quality

The Canary in the Mine
Aquatics & Stainless Steel

Guest Column - October 2011

Ensuring the air quality within a natatorium is safe for swimmers means careful attention to the tools you use to circulate that air. New solutions are making it easier to keep swimmers healthy.