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Mineral pool conversion to freshwater Mineral pools have been all the rage in recent years, but what exactly is in a mineral water pool & what are the disadvantages? What’s a better alternative?
Converting a Magnesium pool to freshwater What is better, a magnesium pool or a freshwater pool? If you’re looking to convert your existing pool, renovate or build a new pool, choose the best sanitiser.
Salt water pool conversion to freshwater We explore how a salt water swimming pool works & what chemicals are actually in a salt water pool or spa & why a freshwater pool is better.
The growing alternative to mineral pools Having moved away from chlorine and saltwater, Australians demanding a healthier alternative have been turning to ‘mineral pools’, or magnesium pools for a better swimming experience.
Converting your pool to freshwater If you’re looking to convert your chlorine, salt, or mineral pool to a freshwater pool then Freshwater Pool Systems can help!
How do you achieve a sustainable pool and what are the benefits? As global temperatures continue to soar, Aussies are increasingly looking towards sustainable pools that not only keep them cool but strive to keep the planet cool too.
How freshwater pools work The way to be closest to fresh is minimising those chemicals and other substance in the water such as salt or magnesium and potassium. This is classified as TDS (Total Dissolved Solids).
The freshwater pool is the clearest breakthrough in backyard swimming Imagine taking a swim in silky smooth fresh water, no horrible chlorine stench burning your nostrils and eyes, not having to lather your kids in special creams or take showers after having a dip.
We're all about clean, fresh water. Pure and simple. Fully Australian owned with 40 years combined industry experience in pool innovation, we developed our incredible freshwater system that uses copper and silver instead of harmful chemicals.
Should I choose a freshwater, saltwater, mineral or chlorine pool? Take a quick dive into what freshwater, saltwater, mineral or magnesium pools are, how they work, and which offers the best swimming experience.
Is your swimming pool affecting your kids’ Asthma and skin allergies? With tens of thousands in backyards right around the country, there’s little doubt that we Australians love our swimming pools. However, in recent times there has been growing concern with regards to the type of pool water we swim in.
Giving the gift of swimming with natural water For many Australians suffering from allergies and skin conditions, swimming in a pool isn’t the pleasant pastime it was designed to be, until now.