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Pentair has launched their campaign for a new Pool cleaner in SA. This "tongue in cheek" video is a must watch for anyone with a pool. //youtu.be/fNtBCsZzC24
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Cleaning Flood Damaged Pools - 2013-11-18
Swimming pools should NOT be drained until such time as contact has been made with the pool builder who built the pool (for pools still under warranty). Failure to do this may void the contractual warranty. We strongly recommend that you check with a pool professional before draining your pool whether under warranty or not. Do NOT operate the po... more

Why is pH important? - 2012-11-09
What is pH? pH is a number between 0 and 14 that indicates how acidic or basic a solution is. Pure distilled water has a pH of 7.0 and is neither acidic nor basic. Water with a pH of lower than 7.0 is said to be acidic, and the smaller the number, the more acidic the water is. In the opposite, water with a pH greater than 7.0 is basic, and the lar... more

Stabilised Chlorine - 2012-11-09
Stabilised Chlorine - Friend or Foe? Cyanuric acid (stabiliser) has been in use for almost 60 years and has been generally accepted as the most effective stabiliser of chlorine. The use of stabiliser is common in swimming pools around the world to reduce the loss of free chlorine by UV radiation. Up to 90% of chlorine residual may be lost within a... more

Chloramines Problems - 2012-11-09
One of the most common causes of pool water problems in heated swimming pools is the presence of chloramines. Chloramines, also referred to as combined-chlorines, are molecules formed by the combination of chlorine in the form of Hypochlorous Acid (HOCl) and organic wastes (saliva, perspiration, urine) in the form nitrogen or ammonia. Chloramines p... more

Earth Day - 2012-10-26
Earth Day! � What about the swimming pool? We are getting into the spirit of Earth Day (22 April 2012), and have been considering whether swimming pools are as Earth-friendly as they could be. You�ll find that in most cases � particularly with pools more than five years old � there are some ... more

Does my pool have a leak? - 2012-10-26
How Do I know, if my pool has a leak? Your pool, like all swimming pools, will lose some water. The reasons for this loss of water are varied but may be due to; evaporation, some to splash-out and some to backwash wastewater or the pool could be leaking. Obviously your pool also gains water from rainfall. A rule of thumb is that if you're regu... more