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Ground Saltwater Pools

A saltwater design requires tests for chlorine and pH levels that may be adjusted with the relevant products. Ensuring that the generator is working properly can minimize the need to constantly adjust parameters to produce stable conditions. Assess all filtration and maintenance systems to keep the water clean and conducive for swimming throughout the year.

A test to examine the salt, calcium and alkalinity of the pool will need to be completed once a month. The ideal levels must be determined according to the size of the structure and the volume of water it contains. Applying corrective solutions ensures water remains clean and will not expose swimmers to harmful chemicals and harsh conditions.

Maintain the cleanliness of filters and equipment to produce maximum performance and prevent stagnant water from forming. The flow must be kept at a powerful rate to circulate the salt and the chemicals applied to prevent bacterial formation. Apply the correct tests and management of systems during the summer and the winter months to prevent complications and expensive repairs.

The saltwater generator will have to be carefully assessed including an examination of the cells where dirt accumulates. The most common problem that occurs with the equipment includes the formation of scale and grit that limits the efficacy of apparatus to keep the water well maintained. Cleaning the dirt that builds on the surface and repairing defective cells will minimize problems and facilitate the full performance of filters and systems.

Pools that are not properly covered will have to be maintained frequently to remove the leaves and debris that fall into the structure and cause problems with filtration and operational systems. The accumulation of sand and particles can scratch the bottom and side of the structure increasing risk of damage and the formation of scale. Keeping chemical levels in check and suctioning the sides and bottom will minimize strained function at a later stage.