- On December 2, 2019
RO Filtration For Swimming Pools
When Pure Water Industries started filtering pools back in 2009 it started with a few swimming pools here and there but as the years have gone by those numbers have increased dramatically. The number of pools has primarily been residential swimming pools but we are also working with a variety of commercial pools as well. In the past couple of weeks, we have filtered several residential pools as well as another YMCA swimming pool which has propelled us over a total of 60 million gallons of water conserved in the San Diego area. When we started we had a vision of a solid product that was not only needed in Southern California but across the U.S. where water conservation is a concern. That vision has allowed us to not only filter swimming pools in San Diego but all over California, Arizona, Nevada, Texas, and Oklahoma with our Service Provider model.
Our first Reverse Osmosis (RO) Mobile Filtration system was built ten years ago and it was designed to filter swimming pool water and give swimming pool owners an option when they are forced to drain their pools. Over time, swimming pools need to be drained because our fill water is loaded with calcium, magnesium, and other hardness minerals. As the water evaporates, the hardness minerals stay behind an increase in concentration and begin to scale the decorative tile and the interior finish of the swimming pool.
Recently, we were called by a local resident in San Diego who was having difficulty with the chemistry in the pool. For them, they didn’t want to waste the water and they knew they wanted a better end product by using RO filtration. They have a 15,000-gallon swimming pool and when we arrived we measured the following with their water chemistry:
Initial Chemistry –
Total Dissolved Solids – 5652 ppm
Calcium Hardness – 840 ppm
CYA – 0 ppm
Total Dissolved Solids – 1142 ppm
Calcium Hardness – 150 ppm
CYA – 0 ppm
Not only were they able to conserve up to 85% of the existing water but bringing their Calcium Hardness levels down to 150 ppm isn’t possible with a drain an refill. This is only possible with RO filtration. It has been an amazing 1o years in business and we are excited to announce that we have conserved more than 60-million gallons of water. If you want to be a part of this, please contact us today!