How frequently do you backwash the filter?
Often overlooked but the simple process of backwashing the filter ensures the filter media is kept clean and efficiency of the filter is maximised. Every last drop of...Continue Reading
Is my swimming pool suffering from Chlorine Lock (over stabilised)?
This summer has been a record breaker and swimming pool owners having been getting the most of their investment, the weather forecasters inform us the good weather will...Continue Reading
Biocidal Product Regulations – BPR
The Biocidal Product Regulations (BPR) impacts everyone using swimming pools, spa pools and hot tubs. This piece of legislation has already impacted a number of industries such as...Continue Reading
Introducing the new PoolLab® 1.0
Owning a pool comes with great rewards and a number of responsibilities. You need to be confident that the sanitiser concentration are at the correct levels and controlled for the health and comfort of your bathers. The disinfection of a swimming pool is typically achieved with the use of chlorine, when using chlorine, it is important you monitor the levels regularly to avoid infections and irritation to the bathers. Another form of sanitiser is bromine, this sanitiser is predominately associated with indoor domestic swimming pools, hot tubs and hydrotherapy pools. It is equally important these levels are regularly monitored to provide an exceptional bathing experience. Continue reading →Continue Reading