Hot Topic: Water Quality Maintenance
by Monique Nelson on October 11th, 2012

Maintaining water quality is a HOT TOPIC among facility managers. Questions, answers, problems and solutions - they are never ending. Water quality can make or break a facility so it is not surprising.  

The really interesting thing is that water quality is a hot topic for swimmers - not just operators. Your target market is educating themselves more and more on issues that may affect them when they swim in your pool. There are no secrets from your public. 

Here are some current fun facts that your market is reading:
Swimmers are advised to know the following about their public pool of choice BEFORE diving in: 
  • how often does the pool operator check chlorine levels?
  • you should always shower before swimming to avoid bringing contaminants in the pool - 73% of those surveyed didn't believe their fellow swimmers showered before swimming!
  • you should NEVER swim if you have stomach problems or diarrhea
  • children should be taken to the bathroom often to avoid accidents
  • you should not drink ANY pool water - even a small amount can make you sick
  • SOURCE: [Infographic] The Dangers Lurking in Your Public Pool
While you probably already knew all this information, now your customers have access to the statistics presenting an a fun and interactive media. Don't be surprised if you start getting parents asking educated questions about your water quality. 

For all the Heatsavr users out there, here are a few assurances for you:

Heatsavr does NOT:
  • alter your pH in any way
    • it's pH neutral
  • change your water quality
    • it doesn't interact with any other chemicals when added as recommended to your pool's water
  • clog your filter, skimmer or any other equipment
    • the best filters on the market typically filter down to 2.0 microns in size. Heatsavr's molecular size is 0.08 microns
  • cause any safety concerns

Heatsavr DOES:
If you have any other questions or comments, please feel welcome to contact us anytime!

Posted in Commercial Facilities    Tagged with water quality, water quality maintenance, maintaining water quality, facility manager, swimmers, pool, swimming pools, about swimming pools, public pool, pool operator, pool water, heatsavr, conserve water, maintaining water tempearture, saving energy, indoor air quality


Matt Giovanisci - October 13th, 2012 at 5:32 PM
Oh cool! Thanks for using my infographic :-)
Monique Nelson - October 15th, 2012 at 12:46 PM
Thanks for creating it - it's great!
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