» Pool Water Treatments
No, a swimming pool it’s not just a pool and pools are not all the same so the water treatments available in the market also change.
The construction of a quality swimming pool, far beyond of its own design, can be a very complex project, since a swimming pool can be built for several purposes, and often its construction is limited to the surrounding spaces.
We are usually called to build pools for leisure and comfort, relaxation and therapy, or even for more sporting purposes. Regardless of the intended use, it is always important to choose the most appropriated water treatment for your swimming pool needs.
Gone are the days when the pools were just treated using chlorine powder or tablets!
Yes, we really can help you to choose the various pool equipment and the various systems required, such as pumping system, filtering, among others.
In this technological age, and through the equipment we sell, you can have total control over your pool, using your smartphone, wherever you are. Now that you know you can count on our two decades of experience, find out what pool water treatment systems are most common in the market.
Magnesium, Salt or Chlorine?
All types of water treatment have their own advantages and disadvantages, however, and in order to maximize the quality of the water in your pool, you can always complement your common treatment system with a more advanced and effective treatment system such as the ultraviolet ray treatment, which further increases the water purity in your pool.
So, the most important thing for you is to choose the pool treatment that best suits your real needs. At Casa das Piscinas – Almancil, you can inquire us in detail about all the different pool treatments, already in the market.
Here are the most common types of pool water treatment:
Ultra Violet Lightning Treatment
Bio - UV
*** Ultra – violet Bio – UV system is a complement to any pool water treatment system and is especially suitable for large swimming pools and/or public swimming pools due to the large amounts of water to be treated and the high number of users.