Water Care For Mini Pools
When looking after the water in mini pools and smaller
temporary pools there are special conditions that have
to be considered: Small pools need smaller amounts of
care products and in most cases they have a filtration
system that uses filter cartridges.
This is why BAYROL makes care products specially
designed for small pools.
Amazing Value Chlorine-Based Water Care Product For
Small Pools, With Algicide. Contains 0.5 kg Chlorifix
For Rapid Disinfection And 0.5 Litre Desalgin For
Always use biocides safely. Always read labels and
product information carefully before use
Use Approx 50 Grams Of Chlorifix Per 10,000 Litres Per
The Spa range of water
treatment products has been developed to help you make owning your spa a
Creating and maintaining good quality Spa water is not achieved by the
addition of chemicals alone. At Simpsons Spas we have a full water
testing facility so we can better advise you on the best chemicals for
your particular system. We not only supply and fit spas we are here to
help you maintain and have trouble free ownership of your spa.
Every day, bacteria and other contaminants can find their
way into your spa water. Proper circulation will prevent these
contaminants from becoming a problem. As water circulates, it passes
through the filter, which traps suspended particles. Circulation will
also ensure thorough distribution of the chemical products that kill
bacteria and eliminate undesirable compounds.
Most spa problems are
caused by poor or insufficient filtration. A filter that is operating
properly helps keep water clean by capturing the suspended particles. When
the filter is dirty or clogged, the filter’s efficiency and water
circulation will be adversely affected and the water quality will
deteriorate becoming dull and lifeless. Most domestic spas have a
cartridge filter. Check your owner’s manual for detailed information on
how to remove the cartridge element for cleaning. Typically, you should
clean the cartridge every 4 – 6 weeks.
If left unchecked, contaminants such
as dirt, oil and even bacteria can accumulate at the waterline, much like
a bathtub ring. Regular cleaning of the spa preserves the surfaces so the
whole spa environment looks and feels better.
Tap water that’s safe to drink may
not be right for your spa. Testing is the only way to be sure your spa
water is properly balanced.
We offer computerised spa water
analysis to detect mineral or metal imbalances and offer solutions to
other problems that can shorten the life of your spa and its equipment.
We recommend that you take a water sample to your Dealer every 4 – 6 weeks
and certainly every time the spa is emptied and refilled.
It is also important that you have
and use an accurate test kit for checking pH and sanitizer levels. These
tests should be undertaken daily to ensure that your spa water is safe and
comfortable to bathe in. Within the range we offer water testing apparatus
that are quick and easy to use.