What is a Pool Blower?
A pool blower is a type of pump used to circulate pool water. The word Blower has meanings such as English Blower or Bellows. The pool blower, which transfers air in low-pressure environments, works similarly to the fan mechanism. Thanks to the fan mechanism, the pool blower, which helps to regulate the pressure by creating airflow in the water, has a functional working principle. It should be used by selecting the model suitable for the pool type and structure from the blower types and the number of fans.
Blowers can be used in all types of swimming pools. Blowers are more useful and convenient than ordinary fans, especially since they have a cleaner and quieter working arrangement.
Blowers, which are also used in industrial areas, provide recirculation of pool water. Thanks to the motor/motors in the device, the air is vacuumed or mobilized by pressurizing. The atmosphere in the blower body exits through the necessary channels. It offers a practical solution with the movement of the propellers. There are many different brands and models of blowers.
Benefits of a pool blower:
There are 2 types of pool blowers, Centrifugal Pool Blower and Roots Pool Blowers.
Centrifugal Pool Blower: Centrifugal blower devices with 3 options, single fan, double fan, and three fans, have a motor operating performance from 0.4 KW power to 18.5 KW power. Thanks to its easy operation, it is one of the most preferred blower models.
Roots Pool Blower: The Roots model, an effective blower, operates with a single fan. With its noiseless working principle, it is used in both businesses and personal swimming pools.
Pool blower models differ according to the structures mentioned above. There is no different type than the types mentioned above for blowers that differ according to the amount of energy they consume and changing power options.
The pool blower is a very important piece of equipment for maintaining the visual clarity of the water, ensuring water circulation, and keeping the water clean. The more often the pool water circulates, the more hygienic it is. Therefore, bacteria and algae formations are prevented. Blowers are also used for a balanced distribution of pool chemicals.
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Advantages of a pool blower:?
The blowers used by business and public pools and the blowers used in private pools are different from each other. The blower brand and model are selected in line with the pool size, the number of people using the pool, and the duration of use of the pool (such as 4 seasons, only spring and summer months). High-quality blower devices should be preferred especially in indoor and outdoor pools active in 4 seasons. For blowers with more than 5 years of use, this period is reduced by half when non-durable materials are used.
Pool blower cost varies according to the quality of the material used. The more quality materials are used, the more high-performance and long-lasting pool blowers are produced. Blower prices also differ according to the brand and model. Maintenance costs are determined according to the frequency of change of filter systems.
In order to choose a suitable blower for your pool, it is necessary to determine the size of the pool and the periods in which the pool is used. In line with the mentioned information, the number of blowers to be operated in the pool is determined.
HOW MANY BLOWERS SHOULD A POOL HAVE?
The number of blowers in the pool varies according to the width and length dimensions of the pools and the density of the people who will use the pool. At least 2 blower devices are used in swimming pools. If it is preferred for a large and long pool, at least 4 blower devices are needed.
HOW TO MAINTAIN A POOL BLOWER?
Blowers have three different cleaning and maintenance periods of 3, 6, and 9 months. The blower should be cleaned when the filter chamber is full. It should not be cleaned while the device is running. The pressure valve should be checked at certain intervals. Routine checks and maintenance should not be interrupted. Connection bolts that may loosen due to the force of the motor should be monitored during routine control. Care should be taken to ensure that the belts in the blower are not taut and that there is room for stretching. If the motor makes different sounds than it should from the moment it is activated, the technical team should be consulted and the operation of the motor should be stopped.
WHAT ARE THE DIFFERENCES BETWEEN A POOL BLOWER AND A POOL PUMP?
Differences between pool blower and pool pump:
WHAT IS A SAND TRAP POOL BLOWER?
Sand trap pool blowers can operate both manually and automatically. Sand trap blowers are especially preferred in pools with a lot of users such as business pools, with the chamber where sand, stones and similar wastes that settle on the bottom of the pool are stored. Sand trap blowers are in demand because they are more useful in cases where solid materials clog or disrupt other blower devices.