6 very useful tips to look after your salt chlorination pool24 October, 2019
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One choice that has to be made when building a pool is the materials to be used in its construction. If, due to its numerous benefits, you choose salt chlorination to treat the water in your pool, you may have doubts about the best option for lining your pool. In this new article we show you the best materials for the lining in a saline electrolysis pool.
The first thing to bear in mind is that the use of salt chlorination is compatible with all the materials that are used for lining swimming pools. It does not matter if it is made of glass mosaic tiles, polyester or a liner, since these systems work perfectly in any type of pool. Of course, regardless of the material you choose, it is necessary to care for the material and ensure it does not deteriorate.
If you choose salt chlorination to treat the water in your pool, you should follow the following tips:
- In addition to your salt chlorinator, always install equipment to automatically monitor and correct the pH of your pool; this will ensure this parameter is always at the optimum level to guarantee maximum water quality.
- The amount of salt present in the water should be 4% to 5%, to ensure our salt chlorination systems do not damage the coating material, whatever one we have used.
- The salt chlorinator must be in operation for the time needed to keep the water clean and take care of the pool lining material.
Below, we will discuss the main materials available for lining your pool:
- Ceramic or porcelain tiles: the most commonly used tiles, which can be found in multiple sizes, colours and shapes to give the pool an elegant touch.
- Polyester: in addition to being used structurally, it is a good coating that is easily installed.
- Liner: one of the most economical and durable options that adapts perfectly to the dimensions of any installation.
- Plastic paint: specially designed to be in contact with water, it is the cheapest option but the least durable one.
Regardless of the option you choose, remember that any of these methods for lining a pool is compatible with the use of salt chlorination. Also, if you need more specific information about our systems, remember that you can contact us via our form.