A definition of the smart and sustainable pool:
a smart and sustainable pool is a pool fitted with equipment which is easy to use, reliable and durable, suitable for operating effectively, continuously and autonomously , which is resource-efficient (in terms of energy, water and products) and has low environmental impact.
Which are the criteria that define a smart and sustainable pool ?
The right quantity at the right time : proper operation of the pool and the right water quality for swimming essentially depend on the simple rule of “ the right amount at the right time ” being respected. The right amount of water, the right filtration time, the right dose of disinfectant, the right amount of heat...
The right action at the right time : whether manual or automatic, each requirement needs an action. The triggering of filtration, cleaning of the bottom of the pool, adding of disinfectant, and activation of heating all follow a proper analysis of requirements: verification of the water temperature and parameters, monitoring of the clogging of skimmer baskets or the filter, etc.
The swimmability rate: the more smart and sustainable a pool, the more often it is available for swimming. This is not counted in hours but in days, weeks, months and seasons - all hassle-free. Fewer problems, less lost time and much more bathing fun.
Who is a smart and sustainable pool for?
Smart and sustainable pools are pools intended for those who would like to benefit from their pool for as long as possible (comfort and swimmability) with the right maintenance (ease of use and automation), as few problems are possible (reliability, efficiency, durability) while respecting the environment (minimal consumption and discharge) and their health (health and safety: the quality and cleanliness of water with judicious treatment) and their wallet (consumption and durability of equipment/investment).
Which pool equipment is concerned?
A smart and sustainable pool is a pool which opts for equipment such as: