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Know Your Equipment

In Blog by Ed Miller

It’s important to keep a log of equipment in your pump room, what’s been changed, replaced, repaired and more. Over time, equipment will experience normal wear and tear. Data plates …

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Can You Smell That Smell?

In Blog by Timothy Petsch

We received a call from a long-time client of ours in Alaska, they have a large, quite old indoor pool with a surge tank. The pool is chemically treated with …

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How Do Pool Salt Systems Work?

In Blog, Salt by David Jerkins

With the growing chlorine shortage continuing to raise prices for the foreseeable future, many are wondering why they are dependent on spending so much money on a product every single …

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SALT POOL TALL TALES

In Blog, Salt by Timothy Petsch

Having been in this business for over 25 years I have heard some “interesting” stories about salt pools; here are a few that have stood out over the years: * …

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Chlorine, what chlorine?

In Blog, Salt by Timothy Petsch

If you are in the pool industry you have no doubt heard of the looming chlorine crisis, if you have not then brace yourself for a shock (pardon the pun). …

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Chemistry Controllers Then and Now

In Blog, Controllers by Aaron Donohue

Back in the early to mid-90’s, chemistry controllers were seen as high priced items that only the big clubs could afford to purchase and maintain. The last few years have …

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Are You CPO Certifiable?

In Blog, CPO® by Cathy Erntson

There are many great reasons to get a CPO® Certification. For someone new to the aquatics industry, it can give them a good foundation of general knowledge to build upon …

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Learn to Swim!

In Blog, daily lfe by Timothy Petsch

The Most Important Aspect of Enjoying Your Local Swimming Pool this Summer: LEARNING TO SWIM! For fear of stating the obvious, the most important aspect is……learning to swim. Yes, I …

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Seasons Greetings from TMI

In Holiday by TMI Sustainable Aquatics

Another year down and we hope it was a good one for you. If 2014 wasn’t your year, here’s to a new shot in 2015! As always, everyone at TMI …

Happy Holidays!

In Holiday by TMI Sustainable Aquatics

We at TMI are taking some time to enjoy family, friends, and the delights of the holiday season. We hope you are doing the same and wish you all the …

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What is interlocking?

In Blog, Maintenance Tips by Ed Miller

Interlocking is typically connecting (slaving) one piece of equipment to another piece of equipment’s main electrical shutoff often with the utilization of a contractor or other means. Over the years I have …

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The Model Aquatic Health Code

In Blog, News by Helias Taliadoros

Required Reading: The Model Aquatic Health Code (2016) Recently the Council for the Model Aquatic Health Code has concluded it’s 2017 Biennial conference. During the conference that entities from the public …

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How Do Pool Salt Systems Work?

In Blog, Salt by David Jerkins

With the growing chlorine shortage continuing to raise prices for the foreseeable future, many are wondering why they are dependent on spending so much money on a product every single …

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SALT POOL TALL TALES

In Blog, Salt by Timothy Petsch

Having been in this business for over 25 years I have heard some “interesting” stories about salt pools; here are a few that have stood out over the years: * …

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Chlorine, what chlorine?

In Blog, Salt by Timothy Petsch

If you are in the pool industry you have no doubt heard of the looming chlorine crisis, if you have not then brace yourself for a shock (pardon the pun). …

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Where to Buy Swimming Pool Salt?

In Blog, Salt by Kate Cunha

  Got Salt? Ideas where to get pure salt for your swimming pool Chlorine generators require salt water to produce chlorine, which means the pool operators require salt in order to …

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