Pool ventilation: how to do it correctly with your own hands

The air supply in the pools is organized in a slightly different way than in residential apartments, because it should perform two tasks at the same time: provide ventilation to create the required conditions, as well as reduce the air humidity in order to avoid condensation formation. Thus, the ventilation system for pools should perform tasks such as drying the room and the air heating itself, and remove all untidy smells. According to the law, humidity in a premises with a pool should not exceed the level of 65%, but we recommend focusing on an indicator of 45-50% to avoid excessive discomfort and condensation.

When you perform ventilation design, it is simply impossible to ignore such an indicator as the average speed of evaporation of moisture from the pool. Here the rule is known: the greater the temperature of the water, the faster the speed of evaporation. Accordingly, a more productive ventilation system is required. If the water is cooled, then it will evaporate much more slowly.

Excessive humidity will be an obstacle not only for active swimming lovers. First of all, metal products will begin to succumb to corrosion, and therefore weaken the supporting structures. If the water vapor in the air will be more than 80%, then perhaps the appearance of condensate, an unpleasant odor, and so on. Aquilon specialists can design the ventilation system in such a way that you will never feel such problems. One of the frequently used technologies is the following: heated dry air through special pipes passes along the windows and walls to ensure high -quality drying of the room. It is worth noting that this method cannot be used in 10 cases out of 10, since there are some design features of the premises.