Cleanliness and crystal-blue pool water is always the goal for a pool owner, and specialty retailers and service technicians strive to make sure an inviting pool is always achieved during the hot summer months.
This article will look deeper into the mechanisms of testing water quality parameters and help to anticipate and remove interferences and errors when conducting water tests. The water parameters under review will include pH, total alkalinity, calcium hardness, cyanuric acid, and free and total chlorine.
Every aquatic facility operator wants an environment that is not only healthy for patrons and staff, but also enjoyable for spectators. Accomplishing this requires a lot of work to maintain the water chemistry and air quality.
The Association of Pool & Spa Professionals (APSP) has announced the newly revised 2019 standard for water quality in public pools and spas, which includes significant changes that will impact pool and spa service professionals.
As part of a season reminder and update on keeping pools clean and open, the National Swimming Pool Foundation® (NSPF®) has issued a public service message to positively influence bather behaviour and improve water and air quality in and around pools by preventing pee in the pool.
Unfortunately, unlike other industries, the aquatics sector has a ‘one size fits all’ approach when it comes to cartridge filters. To get past this ideology, there is a need for a new rating system, which would help consumers and businesses properly size and install pool filtration systems accordingly.
One of the most memorable hot tub water care questions this author has ever received involved the topic of filters. Years later, the question is still relevant because it not only highlighted the importance of proper filter care, but also the integral role they play in helping keep hot tub water clean.