In the Orange County area, commercial swimming pool water is highly regulated. It’s regulated primarily for your safety and to keep Total Dissolved Solids (TDS), Calcium Hardness (CH) and Cyanuric Acid (CYA) from getting too high and to make sure you are swimming in the best water quality possible. Water quality has been in the news for commercial properties a lot because of the high number of bathers and increased risk factors involved with swimming with others. These regulations are truly for your safety especially with the high risk for waterborne diseases like Cryptosporidium! At Pool Water Recycling, we would like to introduce you to the best option for your swimming pool to keep water chemistry great and your pool looking amazing!
How Is Pool Water Recycling Performed?
Pool Water Recycling will come to your commercial swimming pool (or residential) with our Reverse Osmosis (RO) mobile filtration trailer and we recycle the pool water onsite. During this time our RO filtration will lower Calcium Hardness (CH), Total Dissolved Solids (TDS), Cyanuric Acid (CYA), phosphates, salts, and waterborne diseases to keep your pool looking great. Since drinking quality water returns to your pool we ensure excellent water quality for your swimmers. Since the water level never changes, your bathers can actually swim in the pool while the process is performed which means no downtime!
Why Do You Need This Service?
As a commercial swimming pool owner, you will need this service because it will help you stay in compliance and it will keep your calcium levels down. It will also help prevent your TDS and CYA levels getting to a point where the city would shut you down. It will also keep better quality water in your swimming pool at all times. Not to mention, no downtime because they can swim in the pool while it is being filtered!
About Pool Water Recycling Pool Water Service
A pool in Southern California should be drained once every 2-3 years, but there is an alternative- filter and purify the water with Pool Water Recycling.
With normal use and maintenance, your pool water accumulates particles that are so small they cannot be filtered or removed from the water by the normal pool filter. These are referred to as dissolved solids. Dissolved solids include dirt, bacteria, calcium, and other mineral hardness, residual chemicals, as well as human by-products. As more of these solids build up in your water, it becomes increasingly difficult to maintain water chemistry, keep pool water clear, and keep algae under control. High calcium levels can even void your pool equipment warranty and leave unsightly white stains on your pool deck and tile.
Pool Water Recycling will remove these dissolved solids, conserve around 85% of the existing water and leaves the water as pure as bottled drinking water.