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The swimming pool publication, Service Industry News and its’ PhD chemist, recently peer reviewed the NPC/Cal Poly (NPIRC) Phase 2 pool plaster study report and concluded that white spotting (soft spots, spot etching, and spot alteration) of…Continue
Posted by Kim Skinner on September 18, 2015 at 6:00pm
If NPC leaders would just acknowledge what improper plastering practices do to pool plaster, there would not be a controversy within the industry - and there would be fewer plaster defects and discolorations occurring.
Case in point:…Continue
Posted by Kim Skinner on September 3, 2015 at 10:30am
Instead of writing a “he said, she said” article about the plaster spotting controversy, Service Industry News (SIN) thought it would better serve the pool industry by conducting their own investigation to determine what information is true, and…Continue
So I just got a Power Vac PV2100 and filmed it for my YouTube Channel. It is a pretty awesome product and will speed up my time out in the field tremendously.
It seems even in my area the Hammerhead is more popular and was wondering if it…Continue
As we know, sales of newly constructed in-ground pools have plummeted in recent years, however there are builders who are thriving in this new environment through various methods which include adding value and differentiating their businesses…Continue
Posted by Joe Valentino on June 19, 2015 at 7:55am
The NPC has drafted a plastering standard which has been submitted to ANSI for approval. But the NPC did not include and address many proper and improper workmanship practices, such as, limiting water content (water-to-cement ratio), calcium…Continue
Read the news here about why the YMCA of the USA, who engages more people in aquatics than any organization, chose the CPO Certification Program from NSPF.
YMCA of the USA and National Swimming Pool…Continue
Posted by Laurie Batter on May 6, 2015 at 10:22am
I have been testing the Bio-Active CYA reducer and filming the results. Working on a new video in which I am testing it in six pools like the manufacture did for the back of the packaging. I know the stuff is working because the Turbidity test…Continue