Indoor Pools

By | August 5, 2019

Indoor Pools

These type of pools are artificial, covered water surfaces. Pool water is heated and used throughout the year. Indoor pools have very significant differences from outdoor pools. In indoor swimming pools, the relative humidity should be between 40% and 60% in order to avoid any damage to the metal and wooden building components. One of the most important issues in pool safety in these pool types is the electrical system. The hygiene of pool water is very important. To ensure this, you have to have a good equipment in your machine room. There is no restriction on what the shape of the pool will be. Pool can be manufactured in any way desired.

Indoor pool construction

The properties of the material used in pool construction should be in international standards. If you want to use it hygienic and safe, you should pay attention to the construction of the pool. Indoor pool construction is slightly different than other pool types. The use of high quality pool ceramics is essential for safety. It must have a stylish design and should be built with the overflow channel and with the balance tank. There may be changes in materials according to the location, floor level and construction type of the pool.

Indoor pool lighting and ventilation

Ensuring the safety of swimmers by providing adequate illumination and controlling reflection on the surface of the water should be the primary objective. The complex structure of pool design and the restrictions on lighting installations require that lighting be taken into account in the early stages of pool design. In indoor swimming pools, the ventilation system not only provides ventilation, but also undertakes the tasks such as the drainage of water vapor from the pool, the necessary air flow, the prevention of condensation on cold surfaces, and the provision of a portion of the heating system.