A POOL FILTRATION

DRAWING

We design the most important part of your pool’s maintenance: the filtration system.

PUMP ROOM

The filtration room houses all the equipment needed to keep a pool clean, including a pump, filter, and chemical feeder.

The filter system drawing allows understanding the flow of water in the pool, which is essential to ensure that the filtration equipment is correctly installed and functioning properly.

FILTRATION LAYOUT PLAN

For those who wish to install their pool filtration system, a layout plan is essential. It outlines the location of the pool filter, pump, heater, and other components, as well as the most effective way to connect them to the pool piping. It also helps to identify any potential problems before the installation begins.

EXPERT ADVICE AND INSTALLATION

Installing an overflow pool filtering system can be made easy with proper drawing and guidance.

It’s like following a map—if you know where you’re going and how to get there, it’s a simple process. Even complex tasks can be completed successfully with the right preparation and support.

WHY MAKE FILTRATION PLANS?

We are not talking about a simple sketch, but a real mapping of the hydraulic network in the pump room. The first one gives a basic understanding of the structure of the hydraulic network and how it works. The second drawing, with its precise measurements and details, provides a more accurate understanding of the layout and allows for better decision-making about where to place components and machines.

“INSTALLING POOL FILTRATION IS EASIER WITH DETAILED AND ACCURATE PLANS.”

HOW DO WE DESIGN A FILTER UNIT LAYOUT PLAN?

The filtration network plan is the next step after mapping the pool piping network. By considering the exact location of the pipes from/to the pool, the filtration unit plan can be designed to maximize its effectiveness.

The scale used (1:20) allows for enhanced detail and accuracy, allowing all the subtle contours of the equipment to be seen and accounted for. The colors make it easier for the user to identify different networks, and the arrows help indicate the direction of water flow.

The pump(s), the filter, the treatment system, e.g. chlorine or salt, the level control box, the by-pass for the heating are positioned in the right place both in relation to the hydraulic circuit and in space. Each valve or non-return valve is symbolized. In short, you’ll have a complete document for the installation of the filtration of your pool, and it’ll be enough for your plumber or yourself to follow it to install the filtration without overlapping pipes on the ground; you’ll know where the pipes come from, whether they’re the return inlets, the suction inlet or the bottom drain.

THE POOL PLANT ROOM

The pump room houses mechanical and electrical components, such as pumps, filters, and heaters, that are necessary to keep the pool clean and functioning properly.

Without the equipment room, the pool would not be able to provide the clean, safe and enjoyable swimming experience that is expect.

The plant room must be large enough to accommodate all the necessary equipment, ensuring that it is easily reachable.

We always ensure that the room has the right dimensions to avoid overcrowding and allow for proper maintenance of the equipment.

WHERE TO PLACE THE POOL EQUIPMENT ROOM?

This is one of the first questions our clients ask us, and we answer them long before the creation of the hydraulic network drawing. The owner’s preference can help determine the most appropriate spot for the filtration system, and this is something we consider during the design phase. You can house the filtration system in an annexed shelter or in a room in your house. Otherwise, we integrate this space into the overall pool design. By burying the space in the ground and positioning it next to the pool, we can achieve the most efficient and visually pleasing result. Of course, before agreeing to use an existing annex, we check various points. For example, if the annex is too far away or the difference in level is too high, the annex will be difficult to use. After confirming the annex meets all requirements, the next step is to develop a filtration system that meets the needs of the project.

THE POOL FILTRATION SYSTEM

This is the whole system that ensures the high quality of the water in the pool. Except for certain devices, such as the heat pump, everything is installed in the technical room.

EQUIPMENT

In a skimmer pool or an infinity pool, each piece of equipment has a predefined position relative to the rest of the installation. There is a specific order that must be strictly followed. For example, you don’t place the filter before the pump. Moreover, we always recommend using rigid PVC to connect the components.

SIZE OF THE SET

To choose the flow rate of the pump and the diameter of the filter in an infinity pool, we consider the volume of water contained in the pool (including the buffer tank), the type of overflow, its length, and finally, the desired effect by the client.

UTILIZE OUR ADVICE TO ITS FULL POTENTIAL

Furthermore, each advice file comes with an in-depth guide that outlines best practices for the installation process as well as useful tips and considerations for the setup.

  • A correctly sized pump flow and filter diameter,
  • the regulation of the balance tank,
  • the characteristics of the electrical box,
  • what to replace the sand in the filter,
  • and much more.

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