Recycling Your Swimming Pool Water
Summer is right around the corner and wouldn’t you want to be swimming in superior water quality? We are pretty sure the answer to that question is yes and with all the time we will be spending at home, your pool is gonna become the main source of your enjoyment. So, why not swim is soft, recycled, RO quality water? Sound good? Let’s read on……
At Pure Water Industries, we highly recommend changing out your pool water at least every two years (maybe sooner if you have a salt system)! Due to the high Calcium Hardness and Total Dissolved Solids (TDS) levels in many areas of the country along with increasing Cyanuric Acid (CYA) levels that many pools have, you should change out your pool water more often. High calcium levels alone are one of the main reasons why residential and commercial swimming pool owners should replace their water every two years because scaling and other issues start to occur. As a residential or commercial swimming pool owner when hardness levels rise most pool professionals choose to either drain their pool or recycle it using The Puripool Process. When you choose the alternative we can prevent the following from happening:
- Cracking of the interior finish
- Collapsing of the walls
- The huge waste of water
The Puripool Process prevents the above from happening because during the filtration the water levels never changes which prevents the interior finish from being exposed.
With our Reverse Osmosis (RO) mobile filtration the water level in the swimming pool never changes and the end product is much better than tap water. The process will lower CH, TDS, salts, CYA, phosphates, nitrates, waterborne diseases, and so much more! Not to mention, we can conserve up to 85% of the existing water in the swimming pool too!
Just last week, we were called out to a 12,000-gallon swimming pool because their Calcium Hardness levels were moderately high. The following is there before and after water chemistry:
Calcium Hardness – 820 ppm
Total Dissolved Solids – 6736 ppm
Cyanuric Acid – 50 ppm
After filtering this swimming pool with our mobile filtration system, we were able to lower the above issues to the following:
Calcium Hardness – 180 ppm
Total Dissolved Solids – 1250 ppm
Cyanuric Acid – 0 ppm
With Calcium Hardness levels low, this homeowner will now have the opportunity to swim in superior water quality. If you’re curious to know more and how we can help, please contact us today!