Regular pool testing helps ensure swimmer safety and helps maintain the integrity of the pool infrastructure.
Swimming remains a popular activity around the world, being used for exercise, play and health. As an activity designed to boost health and wellbeing, the protection of swimmers is the number one priority for pool owners. Treatment of pool water is primarily used to safeguard swimmers’ health and reduce the risk of contamination of the pool water. This treatment must be carefully monitored to ensure that swimmers are not exposed to unnecessary risks. However, pool monitoring is about more than just protecting pool users and is also used to safeguard the long-term health of the pool itself.
By measuring water balance and parameters such as chlorine, pH and alkalinity you can minimize the risks of corrosion to the pool surface. Regular monitoring is also a cost effective approach. By understanding your water matrix, you can increase the effectiveness of treatment and the comfort of pool users.
14th June 2022
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