- On December 10, 2018
If you own a residential or commercial swimming pool in many areas of the United States you might be asking why your pool water gets so hard! First off, by hard we are referring to the high levels of calcium, magnesium, and other hardness minerals found in our fill/tap water. Unfortunately, there isn’t a lot you can do about that but there is a way you can lower these levels in your swimming pool and add a fill-line system to your pool which can make handling this much easier.
At Pure Water Industries, we have been recycling swimming pool water for almost ten years now. During that time, we have been able to conserve more than 40-million gallons of water just in the San Diego area, sell a variety of Reverse Osmosis (RO) mobile filtration trailers to Service Providers, and manufacture Inline-RO systems as well. Truly this has made us one of the leaders in RO filtration for swimming pool water. When it comes to your swimming pool the following are some of the more challenging water chemistry factors to deal with:
- Calcium Hardness
- Total Dissolved Solids (TDS)
- Cyanuric Acid (CYA)
Typically, when speaking with a pool professional if any of these levels get too high they will recommend a water change. By a water change, they mean a drain and refill which not only wastes thousands of gallons of water but it also put moderately hard water back in your swimming pool. That’s why at Pure Water Industries we recommend RO filtration to lower all of the above issues and leave you swimming in the best water quality. It not only conserves water but it also prevents exposure of your interior finish as well.
This service is available in the San Diego area as well as in other parts of California, Nevada, Arizona, and Texas where we have Service Providers. We also offer a variety of Inline-RO filtration systems for commercial properties and fill-line systems for residential applications as well. To learn more about our service, please contact us today!