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These are the main parts and devices used on a swimming pool. Hopefully now you have a better understanding of their uses and functions. Pool repair technicians if informed as accurately as possible can diagnose your pool over the phone.

 
 
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PRLog - Nov. 17, 2011 - If you are new to swimming pools and spas, it can be very overwhelming to take it all in at once. What it all boils down to is knowing what all the components are and their uses. This way if you have a problem then you can properly explain what is happening to your pool to a pool repair professional. Swimming pool repair technicians can literally diagnose your problem over the phone if you have enough information about your problem. So let's get started!

Air Release Valve- The valve on top of a filter or separation tank which allows you to manually release the trapped air out of the system. This reduces the chance of a filter or separation tank explosion. Also this prevents water from back flowing through the system when turned off.

Chlorinator- A device to automatically feed small quantities of chlorine into the pool to help keep the water disinfected (as part of the chemical treatment of water). Some pool systems use bromine compounds instead of chlorine compounds. Never mix any chemicals! This can cause an explosion!

Filter- A device to clean pool water by filtering out dirt, oils, etc. Filter may use diatomatceous earth (DE), cartridges with a fine mesh element, or a sand bed as the filtering agent.

Heater- A device to automatically heat pool or spa water to the desired water temperature and maintain it there. A heater typically has automatic thermostat controls, and may be controlled by a time clock.

Main Circulating Pump- The pump which moves water from the pool and pump it back through a filter; heater; chlorinator; etc. When the pump is working properly, there will be a strong suction at the suction outlet. Anything sealing off the suction outlet will be held ther by the suction from the pump trying to pull in water.

Main Drain- The fitting on the bottom of the pool which leads to the main circulating pump's inlet pipe. All pools and spas should have more than one main drain. since there can be a strong suction pull at the main drain, for swimmer protection it must be equipped with a correctly installed, anti-entrapment or anti-hair-entanglement certified cover; fastened with screws.

Skimmer- A box set into the edge of the pool with a mouth open to the pool, just at water level. It connects to the main circulating pump suction pipe. It channels water both to the pump and skims leaves, debris, etc., off the pool surface. A removable deck cover allows for cleaning.

These are the main parts and devices used on a swimming pool. Hopefully now you have a better understanding of their uses and functions. Pool repair swimming technicians if informed as accurately as possible can diagnose your pool over the phone. This saves you money by reducing labor cost and trip charges. Now go forth and feel confident about owning your swimming pool!

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Source:All- Clear Pool Service
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Last Updated:May 09, 2012
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