Pool Genetics

This is may be caused by the natatorium’s lighting. Without adequate lighting, the light rays cannot penetrate the water to provide the glistening water look that is so inviting to patrons. A challenge to indoor lighting is to have light fixtures that provide good light distribution that can also be serviced.

This can be achieved by a host of new lighting products, including new LED light fixtures. The use of greater levels of underwater lighting can also assist in achieving pristine water quality.

With a clear understanding of the genetic makeup of pool equipment and systems and how they are related, pool operators can be on their way to not only solving water-quality problems, but creating an atmosphere that prevents problems from occurring in the first place.

Dennis Berkshire is senior associate at Aquatic Design Group, a Carlsbad, Calif., consulting firm which specializes in the programming, planning, design and engineering of competitive, recreation and leisure-based aquatic facilities. Visit www.aquaticdesigngroup.com for more information.

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