Our Swimming Pool Cleaning Methods ?
How can a pool cleaning specialist be of help to me?
India is a beautiful climate, it is no wonder that many homeowners choose to incorporate a swimming pool into their outdoor living spaces. During the long, hot summers, a swimming pool becomes the central hub around which much of our entertaining revolves, particularly if there are children involved. Keeping a pool looking its best and maintaining the correct and safe pH balance of the water is not a job for the faint-hearted, however, and many home-owners are at a loss as to how to keep their pools in top condition. This is where the services of a pool cleaning specialist are called for.
Our professional Pool cleaner follows a mechanized and scientifically approved method of Swimming Pool cleaning. Azima Queen Pool cleaners always ensure to thoroughly sanitize and disinfect the Pool for pure Clean water. Our method of Pool cleaning is a six step process in which complete sludge removal is done and high quality Pool cleaning machines are used to reach all corners of the Pool.
-The surroundings of Pool is cleaned which is usually full of dirt, mud and algae.
Automatic machines are used to empty the Pool.
Removal of left over dirty water and sludge with a special sludge removal pump.
-Scrubbing the tiles area of the Swimming Pool to remove the dirt, sediments, fungus & stains.
3-Water jet and Surface Cleaning-
High Pressure water Jet Cleaning of walls, ceiling and floor.
Industrial grade Vacuum cleaners to ensure that micro dust particles are sucked out.
Spraying of Non-toxic, bio-degradable, eco-friendly Oxygen based anti-bacterial agent to disinfect the Pool from all harmful bacteria and pathogens.
6- Refilling Swimming Pool-
Refilling fresh water The Pool is then refilled with fresh water which is drained through the taps to disinfect the water pipes.Drying the Pool Finally The Pool is left empty for drying.
What Is Swimming Pool Maintenance and hygiene ?
Contamination can be minimized by good swimmer hygiene practices such as showering before and after swimming, and not letting children with intestinal disorders swim. Effective treatments are needed to address contaminants in pool water because preventing the introduction of pool contaminants, pathogenic and non-pathogenic, into swimming pools is impossible.
A well-maintained, properly operating pool filtration and re-circulation system is the first barrier in combating contaminants large enough to be filtered. Rapid removal of filterable contaminants reduces the impact on the disinfection system thereby limiting the formation of chloramines, restricting the formation of disinfection by-products and optimizing sanitation effectiveness. To kill pathogens and help prevent recreational water illnesses, pool operators must maintain proper levels of chlorine or another sanitizer.
Over time, calcium from municipal water tends to accumulate, developing salt deposits in the swimming pool walls and equipment (filters, pumps), reducing their effectiveness. Therefore, it is advised to either completely drain the pool, and refill it with fresh water, or recycle the existing pool water, using reverse osmosis. The advantage of the latter method is that 90% of the water can be reused.Pool operators must also store and handle cleaning and sanitation chemicals safely.
What Is Prevention of diseases in swimming pools ?
Disease prevention should be the top priority for every water quality management program for pool and spa operators. Disinfection is critical to protect against pathogens, and is best managed through routine monitoring and maintenance of chemical feed equipment to ensure optimum chemical levels in accordance with state and local regulations.Modern digital equipment when used in conjunction with automatic chemical feeders results in stable pH and chlorine levels. Local jurisdiction may demand a wait time if chemicals are added by hand to the water so that swimmers are not injured.
Chemical parameters include disinfectant levels according to regulated pesticide label directions. pH should be kept between 7.2–7.8. Human tears have a pH of 7.4, making this an ideal point to set a pool.More often than not, it is improper pH and not the sanitizer that is responsible for irritating swimmers' skin & eyes.
Total alkalinity should be 80–120 ppm and calcium hardness between 200–400 ppm.Good hygienic behavior at swimming pools is also important for reducing health risk factors at swimming pools. Showering before swimming can reduce introduction of contaminants to the pool, and showering again after swimming will help to remove any that way have been picked up by the swimmer.Those with diarrhea or other gastroenteritis illnesses should not swim within 2 weeks of an outbreak, especially children. Cryptosporidium is chlorine resistant.To minimize exposure to pathogens, swimmers should avoid getting water into their mouths and never swallow pool water.