As a swimming pool owner have you ever heard that your calcium, total dissolved solids (TDS), and cyanuric acid (CYA) levels are too high? With those levels being high has anyone ever told you to drain and refill your swimming pool? Doesn’t that seem crazy with our current drought conditions in Southern California? At Pool Water Recycling we are in agreement with you and want to educate you on Reverse Osmosis mobile filtration for your swimming pools as well as some frequently asked questions in regards to our service. The water coming out of the tap in the Los Angeles area is roughly 400 parts per million (ppm) which is on the higher end of the scale for acceptable water hardness levels in your swimming pool. As the water evaporates in the swimming pool these hardness minerals remain in solution and gradually build up in concentration. The higher the concentration levels the better of a chance for scaling on your water tile line, the interior finish, filtration equipment, spillways and water features.  When this happens it can be extremely costly to remove and even more challenging to take care of your swimming pool.

So, how does mobile filtration Reverse Osmosis (RO) work?

It’s relatively simple in the fact that the only decision you need to make is deciding to have us out to your residence or commercial property? Our mobile trailer houses an industrial RO unit which can lower calcium hardness, TDS, CYA, phosphates, salts and waterborne diseases. Water is taken from the swimming pool into our trailer where it is filtered and returned to the pool. The water is pure drinking water and our goal is to leave you with better water than tap.

How long does it take?

Everything is a functionality of time. Most residential jobs can be completed in less than a day and a majority of jobs will always take less time than a drain and refill.

Is it safe?

Absolutely! Our water is the best and the liner is never exposed which prevents possible damage to it.

Are we allowed to swim in the pool during filtration?

This is by far one of our biggest benefits to you as you can. There are no electrical cords used in the swimming pool which makes it safe to swim in during filtration.

Why is this filtration recommended during drought conditions?

Since our filtration works with high pressure it allows for minimal water loss with RO. Upon completion of the job we usually average 85% water savings which mean water loss is minimal.

Does the water feel different when you are done?

We think so and the only way you will know is by contacting us today to schedule an appointment.

Questions? Call us today at 1-714-694-3116