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The Best Repair Options for Public Pools

Aquatic facilities are often on a tight budget when they need an upgrade to their pool, especially when older pools have leaking, spalled or deteriorated surfaces. Whether your pool was constructed of concrete, fiberglass, steel or aluminum, you can rely on a textured PVC pool membrane liner to effectively contain water, seal structural cracks and solve problems such as leaks.

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How To Prevent Toe Injuries At A Pool

Has anyone ever complained of scraped, cut or even slightly bleeding toes at your pool? Even if you haven’t had a visitor suffer from it, you’ve probably heard of it. It affects children more often than adults and is often called ‘pool toe’. It occurs when visitors are pushing off the bottom of the pool; if the surface is rough, pitted, or cracked, they end up with scrapes and skinned feet. In shallow water, the injuries can also occur on hands and knees.

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Aluminum Pool Renovation

We’re going to take a look at aluminum pools, and how RenoSys solves a common problem they develop.

Aluminum pools are particularly common indoors and in high schools. They face a specific and unique issue in the form of galvanic corrosion. While galvanic (or electrolytic) corrosion sounds like a complicated scientific process, essentially it’s like an accidental battery that leads to corrosion on the pool shell. It occurs when metal meets with a charge from an outside source. This leads to a detrimental corrosive reaction.

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Is it Safe to Operate a Public Pool During the COVID–19 Outbreak?

As increasingly heavier restrictions are issued throughout the country in an attempt slow the spread of the COVID–19 coronavirus, more and more questions arise about what is safe and what is not. With so many people being asked to stay at home, the role of public swimming pools to provide a place to exercise is more important than ever. But is it safe to operate a pool during the outbreak and what additional measures should you put in place to protect your staff and visitors?

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