Ozone in Swimming Pools
Ozone treatment is enormously effective for swimming pools owing to its exceptional ability to
get better of the quality of water. It also extensively brings down costs associated with long term
protection, resulting in super savings.
Why Ozone is recommended as a water treatment technique
Ozone dash up to be a strong oxidation and disinfection mechanism, assembly it really
effective for swimming pools. Safety measures cause ozone to work as permitted, for
use as a supplementary measure of swimming pool treatment.
Ozone controls the chlorine content and trim down the residual concentration in the
system. Iodine content in the water is also restricted when it is combined with ozone.
Through this process it increases filter and coagulant efficiency.
Increased efficiency of the filter
Ozone increases the rate of biodegradation of Natural Organic Matter ( NOM) in water
which is the main culprit behind flourishing bacteria. Once larger particles are
decomposed by the effective action of Ozone, the smaller particles can be easily
eliminated by the filter. This ensures clear and clean water, at the same time
maintaining pool hygiene by ensuring no organic matter accumulates on the sides and
the floor of the pool.
Sand filters provide an effective preOzonization check. It increases biodegradability of
materials and microbial growth. The sand filter also has multiple benefits. Apart from the
initial check, it increases oxygen concentration by trapping 35% more Total Organic
Benefits of ozone application
It is absolutely essential to ensure clear water supply in swimming pools as chlorinated
water affects the swimmer’s health. It can especially prove to be a hazard to children
and pose risks to their sensitive immune system. Ozone oxidizes organic and inorganic
material in the water and also filters out chlorine and other microorganisms ensuring the
water is of high quality. With decreased coagulant use and minimal requirement to clean
the pool periodically, it brings in tremendous savings to those responsible for
maintaining the pool, whether it is hotels, schools, sports clubs or stadia owners.