Installing a pool pump house / technical premises
Whether it is in a private swimming pool or collective swimming pool, holiday cottages or restaurant with swimming pool, bed and breakfast, or other establishments, the pump house is the heart of filtration of the swimming pool, it is essential for your water to be beautiful and clean.
BNIP are specialists in giving advice and installing pool pump houses.
A pump house consists of a pump, the filter, electric box and some valves. These are the minimum elements that are needed to filter your pool correctly. You still have to consider the size of the sand filter as well as the strength of the pump for your pool. For example, we do not install a pump that produces 20 m3/h with a filter that receives 12 m3/h. The risk is that the water is badly filtered and more chemicals have to be used. But even worse, your filter could crack and in which case you have to replace it including the sand.
Thanks to our sound experience we know all types of filtering methods, all types of automatic treatment systems, all types of filter media , all types of electrical boxes, all types of pumps …all technical aspects of a pool.
Choosing the right pump is essential, it’s the piece of equipment that will make the most noise and will have the biggest effect on your electricity bill at the end of the season. A pool pump normally runs for about 12 hours a day in summer with an average of 1CV that consumes quite a bit of electricity.
There are different choices in sand filters; shape, reinforced with fiber glass or coiled. Baring in mind that a reinforced sand filter might be more expensive but you will never have to replace it.
The media used in filters, is important. Sand is no longer very interesting to use, we would advise you to use glass filter media ( read the article below) Its ability to filter reduces considerably the amount of chemicals used, limescale deposit as well as other benefits.
The eclectics are another important element because it controls the pump as well as other options that you might like to install; heat pump, chlorine and PH regulators, chlorination and automatic systems etc. The electric box can be simple with a timer, on/off/automatic button. It could also be more technical with a thermometer probe for example that controls the temperature of the filter automatically, with an antenna, to control the LED spotlights.
BNIP are specialists in giving pool advice, installing technical aspects in the pump house and anything concerning the pool.
Heat pumps, different types of regulators, automatic systems, chemical products, etc.
We are specialists in all these areas.
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