PoolRx may conquer the most difficult green pools Deborah Martin, owner of The Pool Medic in central California, tried PoolRx as a last resort. She had struggled to keep a pool algae-free in summer 2015. It was a brand new, 45,000-gallon, full sun, black bottom Pebble Tec pool. “I get
Hayward’s AquaVac 6 eliminates common robotic cleaner complaints There are three things most people don’t enjoy about their pool cleaner: cleaning out debris, removing the pool cleaner from the pool, and expecting to find your pool clean, only to realize the cleaner has been in the same spot for hours.
New Jandy light fixes nagging LED problems Everyone loves LED lights for their efficiency. But when it comes to installing them in a pool, some issues are hard to get around. If you need a light powerful enough to illuminate 20 to 30 feet across the pool, an LED light
CMP believes sanitizing systems should no longer be singled-pronged By Michelle L. Cramer Unless you’re really into vehicle mechanics, most people just want their car to run well and get good gas mileage. They’re not interested in the valve opening time, the internal compression — just reliability. And that is
Pentair’s IntelliConnect helps bring old pools into the app age By Andrew Lisa Pool automation is one of the fastest-growing and most exciting trends in the industry — and in most cases, it’s a race to turn pools into spaceships. Many offer complex systems that run macros, control dozens of