What's in the pool...?

Have you ever gone swimming, especially in a public swimming pool, and then came back there? symptomSome red eyes, ear infections, dermatitis Even though the water looks clear

From the information of the Department of Health The Ministry of Health has spoken about the source of the impurities. Contaminants and germs in swimming pools If it is in the wrong proportion, it can affect the health of the user.

Chemicals in water can be divided into 2 groups is

Chemical groups that act as disinfectants:

  • Chlorine Either in the form of concentrated clots (50% and 90% concentration) or chlorinated water. (Concentrated chlorine 10-15%)
  • system Salt Chlorinators (salt system) that produces chlorine fromconcentrated salt which willSafer on the user's skin than using chlorine. and the system Ionization that uses high quality nanotechnology to help disinfect swimming pools. It is a system thatSafe, does not affect the health of users.

Chemical groups that regulate water balance:

  • pH
  • Alkalinity
  • Hardness
  • Total solution volume (TDS)
  • cyanuric acid

These substances will actcontrol the operation of disinfectants If the water balance is not appropriateEven if a large amount of chlorine is added, it cannot be disinfected.It also makes the pool smell bad and cause irritation to users.

Proper water balance also helps to keep the pool structure from erosion, especially concrete and tiled pools. It also doesn't dry out my skin and hair.

Water conditioning or swimming pool maintenance must be done in parallel with both disinfectants and water balance regulators. Adding these chemicals in the right proportion will make the pool clear, clean and safe for users.