A long, narrow pool, usually about four feet deep for swimming laps
usually a series of small perforated pipes at the base of a sand filter that forces water through the sand bed for filtration.
Flat pool net attached to the end of a multi-purpose pole the skin surface debris.
Deep net attached to the end of a multi-purpose pole the skins surface debris
The grate at the bottom of a pool or spa – should be equipped as a dual drain with suction or with an anti-vortex system to avoid hair of body entrapment.
Large capacity cartridge filter.
Dilute hydrochloric acid to lower PH level on pool water
Does not contain chlorine but can oxidize organic waste
Rubber ring used on equipment for better seal. Example, the o-ring under the main circulation pump see through lid.
Chemical process of burning up and eliminating ammonia compounds, nitrogen compounds and swimmer waste. A chlorine or non-chlorine shock may be used
Molecule containing 3 atoms of oxygen to oxidize the water. For pool sanitizing this product is called an ozonator.