Down, if you hope to heat your pool with it the bubbles (in theory) will heat up from the flat side. As there is more surface area from the bubbled side more heat (energy) will transfer to the water. I've never read any studies myself but I've read differing opinions from people in other posts. Some state the the solar cover actually blocks the sun and less heat is transfered on sunny days and that it is more beneficial to use take the cover off. Personally I find that if you leave the cover on when not using the pool, except when it's raining, the temperature stays the highest. Ensuring the cover is clean and there is no standing water on top of the cover really helps.
Solar cover bubbles are always facing down, smooth side up
you make sure the bubble side is facing down on the water.smooth facing uo toward the sky.
All Solar Pool Covers are placed on your swimming pool with the bubble side down, or facing the water. This allows an air pocket to form under the cover to trap heat & provide the maximum insulation value the cover is designed for. -Charlie Goss President DPD Pools / PoolDeals.com
It's not possible to add optimizer plus to a pool with the solar cover on. You will need to remove the solar cover from part or all of the pool in order to put optimizer or other pool treatment products into your swimming pool water.
You have to put the cover slip on at an angle
so it goes down slowly, ie so it doesn't flatten the specimen to fast.
You use them to cover the object on the slide, so that it doesn't slip. Usually, you put a drop of water in between the slide and cover slip as well. Also, the possibility of trapping air bubbles is reduced.
of you put the solar panels out side the fence then u can do it. just make sure to put fence around the solar panel's
No the air bubbles are just where a piece of dust or sand didn't get cleaned off before you put on the screen cover...completely harmless.
They rise because its the type of gas and sweeteners that are put into the lemonade & that goes to all fizzy pops because they have the same things put into them, i hope that answers your question & also you can ask people at chemical shops for them chemical gasses that are put into them and maybe you can make your own. << the lemonade is more dense than the gas bubbles causing them to rise through the lemonade
take cardboard box ,cover it with black paper,put aluminium foil it it.take microwave safe bowl and put anything u want to cook. put it out in the hot sun and cover the top with a glass sheet.