Concept solution for swimming pools
Monitoring carbonate hardness in a swimming pool's water cycle:
The significance of insufficient acid capacity often goes underestimated, affecting both water treatment and quality. In swimming pools, inadequate acid capacity hampers pH stabilization, impacting filtration and disinfection effectiveness.
Moreover, low acid capacity accelerates corrosion in water-exposed parts, particularly when water becomes more aggressive. This can lead to metal component corrosion, concrete water tank erosion, and tile gaps' deterioration.
DIN 19643 suggests weekly acid capacity checks to ensure water quality and surface state control. Recommended acid capacity limits are 0.3 mmol for Jacuzzis and 0.7 mmol for pools, with the optimal range being 1.5 to 2.0 mmol.
Experience automated acid capacity stabilization through Testomat® ECO C online analysis. Weekly precise titration/quick testing is advised, supported by DUROVAL® KS4,3 titration equipment with 0-0.2 mmol/l accuracy and 0.05 mmol/l resolution.
1 Monitoring carbonate hardness Testomat ECO® C
2 Hardness increase sodium bicarbonate
3 Swimming pool
4 Gushing water container
5 Heat exchangers