Regular Pool Care | Maintenance Services

By: Swan Pools  11-11-2011
Keywords: Swimming Pool, filter, Pool Care

HOW DOES IT WORK?
The heat pump is an air conditioner in reverse. It requires energy to operate, but this is only a fraction of the resultant energy that is produced as most of the energy is obtained free from the atmosphere.
For every unit of electricity Aquasol uses, it produces 4 to 6 units of heat, extracted from the atmosphere. Equipped with corrosion resistant TITANIUM tube water side heat exchanger makes it possible to heat all types of pool water whatever the origin of treatment. Epoxy coated stainless steel casing for the best appearance and maximum corrosion protection.
The concept provides clean, efficient heating at a very low cost. Heat pumps are used extensively worldwide for both domestic and industrial applications.

EFFICIENT, CLEAN INSTALLATION
Compact and waterproof, the Aquasol Heat Pump is installed next to your filter within an hour, and will raise the pool water to your desired temperature within a few days.


WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS?
Heat pumps are not dependent on solar radiation and will provide effective heating throughout your swimming season. The neat weatherproof units are easily installed to any exciting pool and are easily uninstalled for relocation to a change of address.
Design based on proven technology in the air-conditioning industry, manufactured with high components and 15 years of constant improvements, makes Aquasol virtually maintenance-free with a life span excess of 10 years.

Specifications
Common to all modelsĀ 


Refrigerant type: R22 (HCFC)
Plumbing connection: 50mm PVC union
Fan unit: Weatherproof vertical discharge
Casing finish: Dark green epoxy coating EPK-40
Casing material: 3C R12 Stainless steel
Compressor: All 'S' type fitted with Copeland ultra high efficiency scroll.
Low ambient cut out: Heat pump switched off at 7 C ambient temp.
Safety controls: HP, LP, low ambient, low water flow, delay on start
Thermostat: Electronic with digital display of pool water temperature.
Pool water condenser: Titanium tube with PVC shell.
Performance: based on 15 Cambient wet bulb and 25 C water pump
Approval: CE Mark

To all Resorts in South Africa
Research internationally has proven that most resort guests expect the enjoyment of a heated swimming pool. You too can double your clientele satisfaction by installing an Aquasol swimming pool heat pump. Aquasol swimming pool heat pumps have a reputation for economical and reliable performance throughout the swimming pool industry in South Africa and worldwide.

Pool Maintenance


Regular Pool Care Programme
Your swimming pool represents a substantial investment. Even the simplest pool is a complex union of equipment that circulates, filters, sanitizes and, in many cases, heats, cascades or sprays the pool's water. A certain amount of maintenance is necessary to keep these systems running smoothly.

1:Circulation

To ensure maximum effectiveness of the sanitizer throughout the entire pool, the water must be circulated. The more (or longer) your pool's water is in motion, the harder it is for bacteria and algae to take hold and grows. Another advantage is the more water that is passed through the filter, the more debris is captured. The best time to circulate the water in your pool is during the day, for 10 hours or more.

2:Filtration

The filter is one of the most important pieces of equipment of your pool's system. Its function is to physically remove both visible debris and most microscopic matter. A filter usually should be backwashed, which is the removal of material trapped on or in the filter media, at least once a week for 5 minutes and rinse for 1 minute, or when the pressure gauge indicates that the pressure is too high. Because backwashing does not remove oils and deeply imbedded debris, every filter needs to be chemically cleaned twice a year. Your Swan Pools Care Centre can help you set up a filter maintenance program.

3:Cleaning

The walls and floor of your pool needs to be brushed regularly. All swimming pools have certain areas that have little or no circulation. This is where algae and bacteria can begin to grow. At least once a week, the walls and floors should be brushed and vacuumed to remove debris that the filter misses. Some pool owners use an automatic pool cleaner or retain a weekly service - but brushing is a must!

4:Testing

Every pool has certain chemical characteristics which must be regularly measured. The two most important are the pH and the level of active sanitizer. By testing these two factors at regular intervals, you'll be able to understand how bather load, weather and product application affect the water. Test your pool's water about once a week. Plan to bring a sample of pool water to Swan Pools every 4 to 6 weeks for a more comprehensive analysis. This will ensure that proper water balance is maintained and greatly reduce the potential risk for problems.


It's easy to keep your pool in top operating condition and the water looking sparkling clear and inviting. Most common pool care problems can be avoided if you follow these five easy keys to pool care.
Your swimming pool represents a substantial investment. Even the simplest pool is a complex union of equipment that circulates, filters, sanitizes and, in many cases, heats, cascades or sprays the pool's water. A certain amount of maintenance is necessary to keep these systems running smoothly.
It's easy to keep your pool in top operating condition and the water looking sparkling clear and inviting. Most common pool care problems can be avoided if you follow these five easy keys to pool care.

Keywords: filter, Heat Pump, Pool Care, Swimming Pool

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