Do you live in the Santa Ana/Los Angeles, California area? Do you have a swimming pool? Did you know that one of the most challenging issues that all swimming pool owners have to deal with is calcium hardness? Maintaining a swimming pool can be relatively easy when your chlorine levels are maintained, your pH levels are within normal levels and your cyanuric acid is managed well, but what happens when calcium and other hardness minerals rise in a swimming pool?  At Pool Water Recycling we are aware of this problem and have the solution for you! We recently bought our mobile filtration trailer that comes to your home or commercial property and we will recycle your swimming pool water. It eliminates the need to drain your swimming pool and gives you a much better end product. Due to the current drought conditions in California, we highly recommend using Reverse Osmosis (RO) filtration to lower calcium hardness, total dissolved solids (TDS), cyanuric acid, salts, phosphates and bacteria in your water without draining the pool. We can conserve up to 85% of the existing water in the swimming pool, which makes this the largest water conservation act that a homeowner can do.

Some of the benefits of using the Puripool Process include:

  • Water Conservation – Saving a precious, and limited, resource
  • Less Chemical Demand and greater equipment reliability
  • No Down Time – Pool can remain open during treatment
  • Plaster is not exposed or compromised
  • Soft-water swimming experience

Our mobile filtration RO filtration lowers or removes:

  • Calcium Hardness
  • Cyanuric Acid
  • Borates
  • Salt
  • Iron
  • Copper
  • Magnesium
  • Algaecides
  • Sequestering Agents
  • Phosphates
  • Bacteria and Viruses
  • Total Dissolved Solids

If you have any issues with the above we want to help you by offering RO filtration. Most people are familiar with the under the sink RO machines to provide your home with drinking water. Our system is based on the same technology but the biggest difference is we purify the swimming pool water with booster pumps to increase the pressure against the membranes thus, less water loss. In the end, the water returning to your swimming pool is drinkable!!

Here is a list of common questions that we get asked:

1. Do you expose the liner of the swimming pool?

  • The liner is never exposed during the process, which makes this process extremely safe.

2. How much water do you lose?

  • Approximately 15% of the water in the pool, which means you, conserve a lot of water!

3. How long does it take?

  • This depends on initial calcium hardness and TDS levels but anywhere from 12-16 hours on average for a 20,000 gallon swimming pool.

4. What levels of calcium hardness and TDS do you take the water down to?

  • We guarantee calcium hardness below 200ppm and TDS will vary depending on if the pool is a salt pool or not.

5. Is it loud?

  • No, the trailer is insulated and is about as loud as an AC unit. We run the trailer both day and night to get the job done.

6. Are there any power cords in the pool?

  • No; in fact you can swim in the pool while the filtration is happening.

At Pool Water Recycling we are aware of the drought conditions and challenges that swimming pool owners can have with increased temperatures and water hardness. Our mobile filtration system is fast, efficient, safe for your swimming pool and we make it easy for you to schedule an appointment to have your swimming pool water brought back to life!