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Saving Your Pool Water – The Smart Thing To Do!

When it comes down to it saving your pool water should be one of your biggest concerns. At this point it shouldn’t be a surprise that we are talking about water conservation. Saving your pool water is important. Pools hold on average 20,000-gallons or more and draining a swimming pool doesn’t need to occur. In fact, unless you are remodeling your pool, you should never have to drain a pool. It takes on average 2-3 days to complete the job and your end result doesn’t give you the best water quality. Excellent water quality for you and your family to swim in is important. Cryptosporidium has been in the news again and just because your water is blue and clear doesn’t mean it’s safe to swim in. In fact, even when you smell chlorine we recommend not swimming in the pool. Many people feel that they need to smell chlorine for it to be effective but to be honest if you can smell the chlorine there is probably high levels of urine in the pool.

So, how do you achieve the best quality of water without draining it? Well, you can recycle the current water which in fact makes it a simple task of saving the pool water. It’s simple, because we come to you, recycle the water on site and you don’t need to do a thing. Our Reverse Osmosis (RO) mobile filtration trailer can filter both residential and commercial swimming pool water. It is intended to lower the following:

  • Calcium hardness
  • Total Dissolved Solids (TDS)
  • Cyanuric Acid
  • Phosphates
  • Salts
  • Waterborne diseases

Since we use RO filtration, drinking quality water returns to the pool. It is by far the best quality of water you and your family can swim in. We recently recycled a 22,500-gallon salt pool because their calcium levels were high.

Initial Chemistry

  • Calcium hardness – 780ppm
  • TDS – 4098ppm
  • Salt – 2786ppm
  • CYA – 55ppm

After filtering the swimming pool for 18 hours we were able to conserve 85% of the existing water and they were even able to swim in the pool during filtration!

Ending Chemistry

  • Calcium hardness – 150ppm
  • TDS – 803ppm
  • Salt – 569ppm
  • CYA – 0ppm

Are you looking to save your pool water? It is now possible with The Puripool Process. Swimming is enjoyable and we know that when you swim in a pool that has been filtered it will be your best swim experience. It will also prolong your salt cell, your interior finish and so much more. If you’re curious how easy it is to save your pool water, call us today!

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