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Filtration is one of the most critical elements of your circulation system in your swimming pool or spa. A pool with sparkling clear water doesn’t happen by accident; it’s the result of careful planning before the build and investing in a high quality system that suits your pool.
Proper filtration leads to clean, clear, sanitary water. Improper filtration can lead to cloudy water, along with an unhealthy and potentially dangerous aquatic environment.
How Sand Filters Work
MicroFlo vacuum sand filters operate on the principal of using atmospheric pressure to do the work. Because the pump is located after the media bed, the entire system operates as a low head, high efficiency structure. Smaller pumps can be used and the configuration eliminates the wasteful high pressure environment of typical pressure filters.
Pre-engineered and Ready to Install
The entire filter is designed and manufactured under controlled conditions and is shipped to the project site as a complete unit. MicroFlo vacuum sand filters include all required pumps, valves, controls and media, certified to produce excellent water quality and economical operation.
These pre-engineered systems can reduce construction time by over 80% can reduce building space or footprint by over 75% when compared to typical pressure filters
Features & Benefits
Ideal water clarity for competition, training or lap pools, water features, recreational pools, spas and special purpose pools
Certified to provide water quality required by all codes and regulations as well as the standards required by current USA Swimming, FINA, NCAA, YMCA and NAHSA
Furnished as complete circulation, filtration, and treatment systems (Integral heat exchangers are also available)
Heavy-gauge stainless steel construction, pre-engineered to eliminate site-construction variations or design changes
Suitable for in-ground, on-ground, or elevated use
Simple slab-on-grade installation
NO hair and lint strainers to clean- daily maintenance is eliminated
Eliminates the need for separate surge or balance tanks- surge tanks and balance tanks are difficult to construct, hard to balance and prone to deterioration and leakage
Ideal for renovation or new construction.
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Accidental Faeces Release (AFR) can occur quite frequently and in many cases, such incidents can go undetected. AFR into a swimming pool can however lead to outbreaks of numerous infections that are directly associated with viruses, bacteria, and pathogenic protozoa.
The risk of a pool contaminated with Cryptosporidium is directly related to the organism’s characteristics and the transmission/epidemiology of the disease. Briefly, infective Ocysts are resistant to standard levels of chemicals (as used in pool disinfection).
As a swimming pool owner or manager you’ll no doubt know the safety of patrons and staff is paramount. But it’s not just obvious dangers such as drowning and slips you need to look out for.