Leisure Pools and Aquatics

Swimming pools and aquatic centres play an important role in New Zealand society; they are used to teach children how to swim, to provide recreational space and physical activity, and also as elite sport training venues. Every year, millions of us use public swimming pools and aquatic centres but these facilities can also be a source of infectious bugs, if not rigorously maintained. Public Health Guidelines and other legislative documents govern the regulation and operation of swimming pools and aquatic facilities.

A critical component of maintaining the health and safety of swimming pools, and those who use them, is stringent water quality control. Swan provides online process analysers for the monitoring of parameters such as pH, conductivity, disinfection (free chlorine, total chlorine, combined chlorine, chloramines), ORP and turbidity.

Monitoring of Pool and Sanitary WaterDownload the brochure – Reliable Online Monitoring of Pool and Sanitary Water

 

 

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Pool & Sanitary
Pool & Sanitary

Pool & Sanitary Water Public health authorities in some countries regulate the quality of water in public pools and control water treatment tightly. A typical installation comprises several instruments with a common web-server for access v […]