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Vacuum for your pool

If you have a pool, you probably know that while keeping your water clear is essential to keeping your pool looking good, but it's not the only thing that needs to be done. The walls and the bottom of the pool also need to be cleaned and doing that is no easy task without proper equipment.

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Chlorine generators

On-site chlorine generation is growing in popularity in North America. Most new residential pools have generators installed when the pool is built. These systems are popular in other parts of the world as well, for example, the majority of pools in Australia have chlorine generators. By creating free chlorine in the water, chemical storage, transportation, chemical feeders, and handling is reduced.

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Choosing a heater for your pool

Swimming pools and spas gain heat in three ways. The first is natural sunlight, absorbed directly by the water. About 90% of the sunlight that reaches the surface of a pool is absorbed. Time of year, shade availability, pool location, and layout affect the amount of sunlight that can be absorbed. Secondly, an indirect energy source in sunlight that has been absorbed by the pool deck and transferred by conduction to the water through the pool wall structure. The third source of heat gain is by fossil fuel, electric, heat pump, heat exchangers or solar heating systems.

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