HOW DOES A HYDROPOOL SWIM SPA CLEAN ITSELF?

Did you know that Hydropool Swim Spas are the only self-cleaning spas on the market?

If you own a Hydropool Swim Spa or are considering buying one, chances are you know this exceptional benefit but don’t really understand how it works. Do elves clean it in the night while you sleep? Do your kids remove debris from the water while you’re at work? Or perhaps the dog and cat are teaming up to keep the water sparkling? Thankfully, that is not how the water gets cleaned.

Hydropool Swim Spas are built using modern and highly-advanced self-cleaning technology, which we’re going to get into below!

SELF-CLEANING TECHNOLOGY

Let’s get started with the basics. Hydropool Swim Spas are built using innovative self-cleaning technology. Over the last 30+ years, Hydropool has built and perfected an array of features that are solely dedicated to advanced filtration and sanitation.

The pieces of self-cleaning technology that are integrated into each swim spa include:

HydroClean Filtration Jets

These jets provide an optimized surface filtration. The design and layout of the swim spa, combined with strategically-placed jets, creates an environment perfect for a continuous flow of water. This enables all of the floating debris to be pushed toward the high-flow skimmer, thus boosting the efficiency of the self-cleaning system.

High-Flow Skimmer and Pre-Filter

The high-flow skimmer cleans across the surface of the water, removing floating debris and oils. This helps to prevent the pump and heater from getting clogged and increases overall filtration by moving debris into the pre-filter, ultimately extending the micro-filter cleaning cycles.

HydroClean Floor Vacuum

A durable and powerful vacuum integrated into the floor of the swim spa. This vacuum cleans across the floor as heavier debris falls to the bottom, eliminating the need to vacuum the spa externally. Forget feeling dirt and debris on the bottom of your feet when you swim!

Pressurized Micro-Filtration

The filtration system that the water with dirt and debris flows through. Captures dirt and debris, leaving behind crystal-clear water. This system is odorless, easy to access, and completely out of site for bathers.

The combination of these features creates a highly-advanced, self-cleaning system. This system filters the water 100% every 15 minutes to ensure clean and safe water.

HOW DOES IT WORK?

The HydroClean filtration jets and pump push the water and floating debris toward the high-flow skimmer and pre-filter, where the impurities are removed. The heavier debris is removed by the HydroClean floor vacuum once it sinks to the bottom of the swim spa.

All of the water travels through the Dual Core MicroFilter every 15 minutes, cleaning the water to a five-micron level. The chemical feeder then treats the water, sanitizing it, before leaving the filter area. This allows clean and safe water to travel through the rest of the spa through the filtration jets, ensuring an exemplary swim spa experience for you and your loved ones.

The self-cleaning technology featured in Hydropool Swim Spas is also quite versatile. They feature salt water technology, as well as the EZ Aquazure Mineral Watercare and EZWatercare System. They are also fully-equipped with a self-cleaning indicator, which is a user-friendly option in the control panel that ensures both the self-cleaning and eco-heat exchange systems are active and operating effectively. This handy feature will help to ensure you that everything is working properly, so you can go back to enjoying your spa, while the modern system takes care of the rest.

For more information about the self-cleaning technology of Hydropool Swim Spas,

HYDROPOOL SWIM SPAS IN PATCHOGUE

For more information about the self-cleaning technology featured in Hydropool Swim Spas, get in touch with our team of backyard living specialists at AJ Spa & Hot Tubs today! We have a wide selection of swim spas for sale, along with hot tubs, covers, steps, products, and many other accessories and backyard features.

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