On reflection: Tasmanian pool builder creates water feature gem

15 October, 2014 by Alice Richard

The team from Tassie Pools had their work cut out for them designing and installing a water feature for Saffire Freycinet resort. Despite the difficulties, the company pulled off the project with aplomb - and scored a handful of awards for the project to boot.

Local MP to officially 'switch on' Mingara cogen system

30 September, 2014 by Alice Richard | Supplied by: Simons Green Energy

Karen McNamara MP, Federal Member for Dobell, will officially 'switch on' the Mingara Recreation Club's new state-of-the-art cogeneration system on Wednesday, 8 October.

The best swimming pool sanitiser in The World

26 September, 2014 by Alice Richard | Supplied by: Enviroswim

The World is the largest privately owned yacht in the world. Catering to discerning residents, The World has the best of everything, be it food, wine - or swimming pool sanitising. The ship's restaurant pool uses the Enviroswim ES3 system.

12 years old and still as good as new

17 September, 2014 by Alice Richard | Supplied by: LATICRETE Pty Ltd

In 2002, LATICRETE was involved in the retiling of the Sydney Aquatic Centre's leisure pools. Now, 12 years on, the tiling still looks as good as new.

Inspect a working trigen plant at Club Banora launch

11 September, 2014 by Alice Richard | Supplied by: Simons Green Energy

Interested in seeing a working trigeneration plant and learning more about the benefits of trigeneration? Head along to the official launch of Twin Towns Club Banora's new trigeneration plant on 18 September.

Filtration for Australia's largest water park

03 September, 2014 by Alice Richard | Supplied by: Swimplex Aquatics

The opening of Sydney's Wet'n'Wild in 2013 attracted 65,000 visitors in the first week alone. With so much water and so many people, a serious filtration system was needed. Swimplex Aquatics took on the huge filtration project.

Chlorine-free system for Turtle Beach resort

02 September, 2014 | Supplied by: Waterco Limited

When high chlorine levels in the children's pool at Turtle Beach Resort caused issues, the resort decided to trial the Hydroxypure chlorine-free system. After a six-month trial, the system was approved by the local council and the resort plans to convert the rest of its pools to Hydroxypure.

The Pool Enclosure Company Laguna Grande Telescopic pool enclosure

25 August, 2014 | Supplied by: The Pool Enclosure Company

The Laguna Grande Telescopic pool enclosure from The Pool Enclosure Company is designed to provide year-round usage of commercial/council facilities. It is designed to span widths of up to 17 m.

Evoheat launches sister company

14 August, 2014

In response to the growing demand for cogeneration and trigeneration systems in the pool and spa industry, Evo Industries has launched a new business. This year marks the inception of Evoheat's sister company Evo Energy Technologies.

BECS Technology BECSys5 pool pH and chlorine controllers

07 August, 2014 | Supplied by: Tim Batt Water Solutions

Using a single blue CAT5 Ethernet cable to the plant room, BECSys5 pool pH and chlorine controllers enable users to view all of a site's pool plant performance simultaneously on a PC screen.

Magnus self-priming pool pump

04 August, 2014 | Supplied by: Emaux Water Technology

The Magnus self-priming swimming pool pump is available through Emaux Water Technology. The high-volume pump is available in 2- and 4-pole versions that are suitable for larger commercial filtration systems.

$90m water park planned for Sunshine Coast

31 July, 2014

A planning application has been lodged for a $90 million water park on the Sunshine Coast. The 24 ha site will include a wave pool, waterslides, canoeing, a 120-room hotel, restaurants and a holiday village.

Hilton Hotels names Myrtha Pools as approved supplier

30 July, 2014 by Alice Richard

Hilton Hotels has announced Myrtha Pools as an approved supplier and partner. "We are delighted to be selected by Hilton," Roberto Colletto, Myrtha Pools' CEO, told

Faulty piston system causes uneven depth in Commonwealth Games pool

29 July, 2014 by Alice Richard

A fault in the piston system that controls the moveable floor in the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games pool has resulted in an uneven pool floor. Due to the issue, the pool varies in depth from 1.88 to 2 m.

Swim Desk software for swimming lessons

23 July, 2014 | Supplied by: GreeneDesk

The Swim Desk system from GreeneDesk tracks progression and retention in learn-to-swim programs. Optimised to work on tablets such as iPads, the system allows teachers to conduct and track assessments with students on the pool deck.

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