Published at Friday, 14 September 2018. Pool Covers. By Alisa Oneill.
While almost eliminating water evaporation, a pool cover also reduces the amount of chlorine required to keep the pool in balance. If there is an automatic salt water chlorinator in use, the amount of time this has to run is also reduced, saving power. This is because; a pool loses a large amount of its chlorine through the action of evaporation. With the evaporation almost eliminated, the loss of chlorine is also reduced along with the cost of replenishment.
Solar pool covers by comparison are very much like thick bubble wrap and also assist with keeping rubbish out of the pool. While their primary advantage is stopping evaporation and increasing water temperature, if they are correctly fitted they can also greatly contribute to keeping the pool clean as well. In both cases the amount of time saved in keeping the pool clean is significant.
These covers can be put in place at the end of the swimming season and remain there over the colder months, constantly keeping the pool clean and saving the owner hours of cleaning time.
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