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Comment by Rex Richard on December 15, 2014 at 1:09pm

Hi Pedro,

I just returned from France and the Piscine Global Expo in Lyon and there is a huge interest in UV and ozone, particularly UV.  Ozone in low levels is being recognized as an excellent oxidizer but it promotes some challenges at higher levels.  UV has also received a little bad press but is very promising when used correctly.  Like chlorine, all these technologies can produce undesirable effects if not used correctly.  But is short, yes, there is a tremendous interest in France and all Europe.

Best regard,  Rex

Comment by Pedro Revilla on December 15, 2014 at 10:56am

I'm particularly interested in new disinfection technologies. What is the way forward? In countries like France they are contemplating the reduction of chlorine in favour of UV and oxidation systems.

Can anyone share experiences in this regard?

Comment by Tim Leefeldt on June 23, 2014 at 11:52am

Thanks this introduction was helpful. We appreciate no sales policy. Sports is a water toy innovator and new water sports promotor. 

Is there a sports toy category or new aquatic play patterns? Our goal at RipperBall Sports is to reach out to the pool, sports & surf toy industries to inform the market about water bags and new kids pool water sports played with water bags. 

Comment by Mark H. Caldwell on January 7, 2011 at 8:26am
I like the concept.  Others may want to look at the PPOA which has a similiar stance on no sales and good information.
Comment by Mark Pitts on September 25, 2010 at 9:13am
Very interesting having a site totally dedicated to the pool industry, hope us Brits can get some good ideas from you?
Comment by Cristina Grigorescu on January 21, 2010 at 5:53am
Valuable information.
I am also President of a very new professional association in may country - Romania APPW - Professional Association of Swimming pool and Wellness. I am sure that the information I will find in the web site we will help us to grow.

thank you
Cristina Grigorescu
Comment by Ken Hagenbaumer-Pool & Spa Works on January 31, 2009 at 11:24am
A very good introduction to the site, I was unsure of just how the site will function but now I now. I was invited because of a seminar in Orlando that the Strong Support of Fort Wayne Pools had. I have been in the industry in all aspects such as Manufacture, Marketing, Sales, and for the last 13 years -after getting off the road- owning my own company. This site setup seems to be just what the Pool Industry needs. I look forward to many stops at our site. Continued good luck and thank you. With this economy we will need all the info we can get. Once again thank you.

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