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Pool Equipment

Pool Equipment and Pool Pumps are sometimes referred to as the heart of your pool system, and we all know what would happen if we were suddenly without our hearts.

​Hearts pump blood throughout our bodies that is rich in nutrients to help sustain us, and help circulate that same blood to bring waste toward our filtration system to be removed from our bodies.
  1.         Salt Chlorination
    Salt Chlorination
    The chlorine generator (also known as salt cell, salt generator, salt chlorinator or SWG) uses electrolysis in the presence of dissolved salt (NaCl) to produce hypochlorous acid (HClO) and sodium hypochlorite (NaClO), which are the sanitizing agents already commonly used in swimming pools.
  2.    Variable Speed Pumps
    Variable Speed Pumps
    The energy savings that are gained by replacing a single speed pump with either a dual speed or variable speed pump are based on an engineering principle known as the Pump Affinity Law.
  3.     High Efficiency Filters
    High Efficiency Filters
    Cartridge Filters are energy efficient, cost effective, and readily available. They consist of a filter cartridge which sits in a tank smaller than that of a sand filter and filters water through the large surface area of the filter.
  4.        Pool Automation
    Pool Automation
    Adding automation takes the work out of pool and spa ownership by automating all work-intensive functions, such as sanitation, balancing pH, cleaning and filtration, and most of all--manually turning your valves and setting your Heater!.