Aquify Systems, a leading innovator of aquatic mechanical product solutions, recently opened a state-of-the-art 30,000 sq. ft. warehouse facility in Dallas, TX to support the accelerated year-over-year growth of its North American operations.
Corrosion is the nemesis of aquatic facility owners and operators everywhere. In addition to the corrosive effect of chlorine-based chemicals in pool water which can cause aquatic equipment like filters to corrode, corrosive air pollutants (e.g., chloramine vapor, trihalomethanes) in indoor pool environments can also wreak havoc on exposed metals. Plus, the humid, warm, and chlorine-dense atmospheric environment of the mechanical room promotes corrosion.
When building an aquatic system for a commercial or residential project, the multiple types of commercial pool filters available today add a level of complexity to the design process. Should you go with a regenerative media filter or high-rate sand? Is stainless steel or fiberglass a better option? What about cartridge filters or ones that use diatomaceous earth (DE)?
Sentry produces some of the most top-of-the-line pool heaters on the market today. They come with benefits you can’t find anywhere else from efficiency to size, Sentry is the way to go for pool heating.
It’s not often that a project comes along that provides a unique challenge and a chance to mark your company’s place among a rich history. The Glenwood Hot Springs project was a great opportunity to prove Aquify’s ability to customize a solution that not only met but exceeded the client’s expectations.
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The Department of Energy (DOE) has announced new standards and regulations for pumps and other industrial equipment which is officially effective as of January 27, 2020. How will these new regulations affect aquatics recreation industry?