AquaPoolCo Pure, Reverse Osmosis for Swimming Pools 

Never Drain Your Pool Again! 


Understanding how your pool works is essential to enjoying a clean, healthy swimming experience. 


#1: Circulation - Every pool has a pump that circulates the water sending it through a filter to remove dust and dirt. The more your water moves, the less likely bacteria and algae will have a chance to grow. So how long should you run your pump? Typically don’t need to run your pump for more than 8 hours a day with regular cleaning and maintenance. 


#2: Filtration - Your filter is one of your most important pieces of pool equipment. It removes debris and lots microscopic junk. While the skimmer basket and the hair/lint basket in the pump all play a role in keeping your pool clean, the primary element of the system is the filter itself. Your pump must be running for the filter to work. 


#3: Cleaning - Most swimming pools have areas with little or no circulation (corners, steps, etc). This is where algae and bacteria like to grow. It's important to brush the walls and steps at least once a week to keep the entire pool are clean. If you don't have an automatic cleaner, ask your pool guy to use a manual vacuum at least once a week to remove debris.


#4: Testing - Elements in your pool water must be measured including free chlorine, PH, and total alkalinity. Every week, your pool guy will monitor the readings in your pool, and adjust them accordingly. 


#5: Chemical Care - It's necessary to use the right products in your pool to keep it crystal clear. Chemicals help provide a safe and sanitary swimming environment and protect the pool surface and equipment from damage. That being said, minerals can build up in your pool water, making the chemicals you add less effective. We recommend using a reverse osmosis system once a season to purify the water and reducing a number of chemicals you need to keep your water clean and healthy.