Commercial

Ozone solution helps swim school handle increased bather load

03 June, 2016 | Supplied by: Brauer Industries

Sue Howlett runs a thriving swim school just south of Brisbane, averaging up to 1200 bathers per week. As the business continued to grow, Howlett found that her sanitation system wasn't keeping up with the increased demand, so she sought a solution that would improve the water quality and give her peace of mind.


Simons Green Energy opens WA branch

20 May, 2016 by Alice Richard | Supplied by: Simons Green Energy

Simons Green Energy has gone west, opening an office in Perth. Yudhi Yulius is heading up the office, representing Simons Green Energy and Simons Boilers in WA.


Aqua Technics Commercial secures 50-pool contract

10 May, 2016 by Alice Richard | Supplied by: Aqua Technics Pools

Aqua Technics Commercial has been awarded a 50-pool contract in the remote West Australian town of Onslow as part of the construction of 50 modular houses for the Wheatstone Project's workforce.


UV-Guard X-Series UV disinfection system

02 May, 2016 | Supplied by: UV-Guard Australia Pty Ltd

The UV-Guard X-Series UV disinfection system is an efficient UV disinfection system for commercial aquatic applications where high UV doses at large flows are required. The system is Australian WaterMark certified, which validates its build quality in commercial swimming pool environments.


Rock-solid heating system for school sports centre

18 April, 2016 by Alice Richard | Supplied by: GeoExchange Australia Pty Ltd

If you don't have rocks in your head, perhaps you should. A prestigious South Australian private boys' school is expecting to save more than a third of its energy costs by harnessing the earth's warmth to heat and cool its sports centre.


Country Poolies Association announces conference line-up

11 April, 2016 by Alice Richard | Supplied by: NSW Country Pool Managers

For its 20th anniversary, the Country Pool Managers Association has put together a stellar line-up, packed full of interesting and relevant presentations. To be held in Forbes, the conference will run from 18 to 20 May.


Shark-free surfing in new Melbourne wave pool

08 April, 2016

By the end of next year, Melburnians will not have to commute to the Mornington Peninsula to catch a wave. Instead they will be able to pop down to a man-made lagoon next to the Essendon Football Club in Tullamarine.


California dreaming for Blackpool sea lions

08 April, 2016 | Supplied by: Waterco Limited

Blackpool Zoo in the United Kingdom is home to the largest sea lion enclosure in the United Kingdom. It was recently transformed from drab concrete to a natural, modern and sea lion-friendly environment. Waterco products were used to keep the water pristine.


Parisian aquatic centre uses data centre to heat swimming pool

05 April, 2016 by Alice Richard

A Parisian aquatic centre is drawing heat for one of its swimming pools from an unlikely source: a tech company's data servers. The Butte aux Cailles centre, in the 13th arrondissement, will heat a pool with energy taken from a batch of computer servers located underground.


King Cobra waterslide wins Polin a Silver Award

22 March, 2016 by Alice Richard

Polin Waterparks has received a Silver Award at the Istanbul International Inventions Fair for its King Cobra waterslide. The waterslide took out the award "in recognition of excellent and creative efforts to invent King Cobra".


Waterco achieves NSF 50 certification for Micron horizontal filters

08 March, 2016 by Alice Richard | Supplied by: Waterco Limited

Waterco's Micron horizontal commercial filters have been awarded NSF/ANSI Standard 50 certification, becoming the largest filters of this type to be certified to this Standard to date.


S.R. Smith Velocity starting block series

07 March, 2016 | Supplied by: S.R.Smith

The Velocity starting block series from S.R. Smith has a sleek, strong fibreglass footboard made with resin injected transfer technology. The large, 817 x 715 mm platform surface is covered with TrueTread, a non-slip composite material with a raised diamond pattern.


Letter to the Editor: RE: Comment on Public pool filter standards urgently needed

16 February, 2016

While I respect anyone who has 35 years experience in this industry, Mr Cockerell's remark ['Public pool filter standards urgently needed'] about a Standard for private pool filters is way off the mark. There is and has never been an Australian Standard, nor do I believe has there been such an industry standard.


Public pool filter standards urgently needed

08 February, 2016 by Alice Richard

Industry standards for public pool filter systems are urgently required to decrease health risks for swimmers, swim instructors and lifeguards, a prominent pool engineer has claimed.


SA Crypto cases hit eight-year high

13 January, 2016 by Alice Richard

South Australia has reported the highest number of Cryptosporidium cases since 2007, with 409 cases notified by 26 December 2015, compared to just 198 in 2014.


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