What are phosphates?


Phosphate is the major cause of algae in swimming pools. Phosphate and nutrients are required by all living organisms — including algae — to survive and flourish. Phosphate is introduced to pool [...]

What are phosphates?2018-04-03T12:57:24+08:00

How long should my filter run each day?


Your pool filter is the single most important component in keeping your swimming pool clean. Ideally, a filter should run all the time for maximum circulation and debris removal. A [...]

How long should my filter run each day?2018-04-03T12:49:18+08:00

What is pool automation?


Automation gives you push-button control over pool and spa operation and heater and blower control, either with a hand-held remote control or from an in-house wall-mounted panel. No more [...]

What is pool automation?2018-04-03T12:41:31+08:00

What is a salt pool or a salt-water chlorinator?


Salt-water chlorination is a process that uses dissolved salt (2,500–6,000 ppm) as a store for the pool’s chlorination system. The chlorine generator (also known as a salt cell, salt generator, [...]

What is a salt pool or a salt-water chlorinator?2018-04-03T12:42:07+08:00

What is chlorine stabiliser?


Chlorine stabiliser is an organic compound that protects chlorinating products from the sun. It is also known as cyanuric acid and is sometimes referred to as “conditioner.” Water that is stabilised [...]

What is chlorine stabiliser?2018-04-03T12:45:00+08:00

What is “Total Alkalinity”?


Total Alkalinity (TA) is a measure of water’s resistance to changes in pH levels. A pool’s TA indicates the amount of alkali (not to be confused with alkaline) in the form of [...]

What is “Total Alkalinity”?2018-04-03T12:46:00+08:00

Do I need to brush my pool regularly?


Yes. Dirt, pollen, and algae will naturally collect in all the crevices of your pool, so use a pool brush to break it up. Regular churning of the water [...]

Do I need to brush my pool regularly?2018-04-03T12:47:10+08:00
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