- On February 3, 2020
Recycle Your Pool Water With Puripool
Now that we are in the month of February, spring is almost in the air, the temperatures are beginning to warm up and the smell of pool parties and barbecues are just around the corner. For many, this is an exciting time because swim season is upon us again and what better way to get your swimming pool ready than having your swimming pool water recycled to lower Calcium Hardness, Total Dissolved Solids (TDS), Cyanuric Acid (CYA) and other harsh contaminants. The benefits of this process are numerous, it can be done in less than a day for most residential pools and conserves up to 85% of the existing water in the pool. In our existence, we have conserved well over 61 million gallons of water and this number will continue to rise as more and more restrictions are put on draining and refilling a pool not to mention we’ve recently expanded in Oklahoma and Oregon!
The process is relatively simple as we have designed a Reverse Osmosis (RO) Mobile Filtration system that runs on its own power and can remove the hardness minerals from swimming pools without having to drain them.
Most of our customers contact us because it’s harder to take care of the chemistry in the pool, they notice a white ring of calcium on the tile or decorative water features, or they were told to drain and refill their swimming pool. Typically a drain a refill can take anywhere up to 2 – 3 days and in the end, you just fill up the pool with moderately hard water again. By using our process it can be done in a day, there is no need to expose the interior finish of the swimming pool and the water that goes back into the pool is RO quality water!
Just last week we filtered a residential swimming pool because their calcium levels were rising and they wanted to keep it under control. The following are the before and after water chemistry results of using RO filtration.
Calcium – 840 ppm
Total Dissolved Solids – 6400 ppm
Cyanuric Acid – 50 ppm
After running the swimming pool water through our RO trailer for we brought the swimming pool water chemistry down to the following numbers:
Calcium – 120 ppm
Total Dissolved Solids – 820 ppm
Cyanuric Acid – 0 ppm
In the end, RO filtration for your swimming pool makes the most sense. You can swim in the pool during filtration and the water will not only look better but feel better too. To learn more about our service please contact us today!
Remember Don’t Drain Your Swimming Pool, PURIPOOL!–