A salt system connected into the Plumbing of the pool produces chlorine from the salt that is added to the pool. One system is done manually the other is somewhat automatic. You have to add the salt and test and monitor pretty much the same as in the manual add system.
Well swimming poo is never a good thing, I mean it's bad enough if you catch one floating, but when you come across a poo that is actively swimming, you better jump out and run for it! (and this goes for saltwater or chlorine). If you want to know the advantages and disadvantages of a saltwater swimming POOL...then click on the related question below.
Galvanized steel. It lasts longer and is less affected by chemicals and saltwater if you choose to go that route. I do suggest saltwater. It needs for less maintance than a pure chlorine pool.
Inground vinyl is better, their is less exposed part to the oxigene, therefore, last longer.
Galvanized Steel Swimming Pools are superior to polymer swimming pools because they are stronger, have more options regarding costummizations, they have a longer life spam, etc. The only, let's say negative thing about galvanized steel swimming pools is that they are harder to install.
If a person is fairly dirty (for example, covered in mud) then they should clean themselves off before swimming, as a courtesy to the pool maintainers. Dirt gets into the pool filters, so the less dirt in the water, the longer the filters are operational. Otherwise, that is why they get chlorinated. It is better to have the bath or shower after swimming, though.
Saltwater taffy tastes better. :D
I think that gym is better than swimming in sometimes ..
I suspect that you're asking if it's better to have a chlorinated pool..the chlorine being produced by a generator producing chlorine from salt..or a pool without chlorine, that is sanitized by some sort of ionization equipment. Since the ion type cleaners add no chemicals to the water, they are preferred to the chlorine type in many cases. I doubt if drinking occasionally from a chlorinated pool would cause harm. However, I recommend you ask your vet and/or your pool chemical supplier. They should know.Your swimming pool water and your tap water are extremely close in chemicals used. The tap water in your area is treated the same way your swimming pool is.Chlorine .5 to 3.0 with a pH somewhere between 7.0 and 8.0 with the exception of Alkalinity which bounces around throughout the year.The salt content in a swimming pool is 3000ppm salt to water which has less salt than your body.None of which can or will hurt your Dog.Which by the way is a very smart Animal and it would know the difference between good or bad.Kenny Kummer Brody ChemicalAnswerI think that chlorinated water would be better, but still it depends on the type of dog you are have. You should never let your dog drink chlorinated water.