What gas is added in the water of swimming pool?
Unless you have an ozonator, which would inject ozone (O3) to sanitize, there are no gases added to the water of a swimming pool.
A salt water swimming pool is a pool that has had salt added to it in order to be able to use the salt in water that is circulated through the filtration system and run it through a chlorinator. This is a set of elements that electronically create chlorine gas that is almost instantly dissolved into the water to sanitise it. The concentration of salt in the water is about 1/8 that of sea water… Read More
Usually gas or heatpump
Oil, natural gas, and propane
Yes You need to install a salt water chlorinater. this is an electronic element that converts the salt in the water to chlorine gas which is in turn dissolved into the water, chlorinating it.
A salt water pool is a chlorine pool. The difference is that in a normal fresh water pool you have to add the chlorine as it is required. In the case of the salt water pool salt is added to the pool which is int urn run through a chlorine generator that is installed on the pipe leading from the filter to the pool. The chlorine generator electronically separates chlorine gas out of the salt… Read More
You use a water heater, which may be electric or gas, to circulate the pool water through and maintain temperature.
Call a swimming pool tech to trouble shoot then show you how everything works.
What i s the best pool heater
a pale green gas is dissolved in swimmin pools find wht it is called why it is used
With gas, solar, electric equipment
A salt water pool has a chlorine generator on it that turns sodium chloride into chlorine gas. The water in the pool is not like the ocean, you can't taste the salt and it doesn't sting your eyes. The water isn't as harsh on clothing, eyes, skin and hair as chlorine is.
b/c you're less dense than the water (likely due to the gas in your lungs).
A pale green gas is dissolve in the water in swimming poolsfind out what it is called.why it is used.what else can you find out about this gas?
A pale green gass which is called chlorine is used in water for purification. and clean pool water by bicterias tha can be hazardous to humans
Many people are choosing to remodel their swimming pool systems to add saltwater chlorination. With a saltwater pool system, a chlorine generator is added to the pool's filtration system. The water circulates through the chlorinator, where salt produces a chlorine gas that dissolves into the water. That chlorine in turn, breaks down and turns into salt, cycling the process all over again.
It depends on where the pool is located, if a blanket on the water is used at night, the months that the pool is open etc. Most of the time we like to use heat pumps over 110,000 BTU's or gas heater at 400,000 BTU's.
When electricity is added to water, water breaks down and becomes hydrogen gas and oxygen gas. This is a chemical change because
Chlorine itself is rarely used as a disinfectant in swimming pools; generally are used other chemicals as sodium hypochlorite (NaClO), etc. Dissolved in water sodium hypochlorite release chlorine; and consequently gaseous chlorine exist as a solute in water.
Today there are many homes that have swimming pools as well as municipal pools in the cities. Many people ask, "Will the chlorine from the pool that gets on the plants around the pool harm them?" It is important to remember that chlorine does not occur naturally in nature, chloride (Cl-) is readily soluble, highly mobile and easily taken up by plants. Chloride is the element that is found in fertilizer materials. Chlorine (Cl2) is… Read More
My propane company advised me NOT to use my pool heater. They said my pool heater would burn 5 to 6 gallons of propane per hour.
Yes, except that Clorox bleach (or any other grocery-store liquid chlorine bleach) is not very concentrated. It would cost a LOT to add enough Clorox to be effective in a swimming pool. The chlorine granules sold specifically for sanitizing water in hot tubs or swimming pools are much more cost-effective. For the record, chlorine is poisonous in high concentrations, whether in the form of gas, granules or liquid. But when properly diluted in a swimming… Read More
Heat is added to water to bring it to the boil, and change it from a liquid to a gas (steam, which is water vapour).
With a thermostatically controlled gas heater. Solar heaters are also used for pools.
All salt water systems work the same salt is added to the waterwhich is run through a chlorine generator which creates chlorine gas and mixes it into the water.
When gas is added to water it does make it heavier , for example: In soft drinks gas in compressed into water by high pressure, when you open the bottle, gas starts escaping in air and when all of it is out , weight liquid is less than that of when their was gas.
Water is heavier than gasoline, it will pool at the lowest point of the fuel tank.
Electric pool heaters use electricity to capture heat. As the pool pump circulates the water, it is drawn from the pool and through a filter and into the heat pump heater. The heater itself has a fan that pulls in outside air and pushes it over the evaporator coil. At this point liquid refrigerant in the evaporator coil absorbs the heat from the outside air converting it into a gas. The gas is then passed… Read More
No A salt water pool is in fact also chlorine pool, the difference being that with a salt water pool a salt water chlorinator converts the salt that is in the water into chlorine gas which is then dissolved into the water while the filter is running. the conversion wont have any adverse effects on the pool.
It is not sensible to mix bleach and chlorine, or any other cleaners, especially as the question appears to be about a swimming pool? It has been known that, potentially, the gas given off, when chemicals are haphazardly mixed can cause death! Always read the labels and use household cleaners and swimming pool chemicals - carefully.
Depends on what you want out of your pool ... If swimming only during the hot months is okay, then you don't need a heater. However, if you would like to extend your swimming season, you should consider a heater. A solar heating system can extend your swimming season a couple of months earlier and a couple of months later, but probably can't heat your pool year round. For example, here in sunny Southern California… Read More
At a minimum you would need a 400K btu gas heater. This pool is larger than a 20 x 40' pool or 800 sq. ft. Many things dictate the size or sizing of a pool heater such as the surface area of the pool, the size of the gas line from the meter to the heater, the distance of the run from the meter to the heater, the size or capacity of the gas meter… Read More
Heat pump pool heaters use electricity to capture heat. As the pool pump circulates the water, it is drawn from the pool and through a filter and into the heat pump heater. The heater itself has a fan that pulls in outside air and pushes it over the evaporator coil. At this point liquid refrigerant in the evaporator coil absorbs the heat from the outside air converting it into a gas. The gas is then… Read More
The gas is called water vapour.
A salt water pool has a chlorine generator that is installed on the pipe leading from the filter to the pool. The chlorine generator electronically separates chlorine gas out of the salt which is then dissolved into the water, automatically maintaining chlorine levels. Advantages of salt water pool: Salt water pools are more pleasant to swim in, as the water is softer, and it is less uncomfortable to open your eyes underwater. You are also… Read More
Of course heat is added because you are turning solid which is like ice to gas which is water vapour !!
Gases will expand or contract to the volume of the container they are in, so gases do. However, liquids have fixed volumes, so they do not. In other words, a liter of water will remain a liter of water whether it is in a bucket or a swimming pool. However, the same quantity of gas may have different volumes depending on the container.
Because of the evaporation of the pool water. The gas travels to the branches etc, and grows better
Chlorine gas isdissolved into the water to chlorinate it this is also what happens in saltwater pools.
Not really. Most disease transmission in pools is swimmer to water to swimmer. The disease carrying organisms never go through the filter system before infecting another swimmer. Consequently, an adequate pool sanitizer must be present where the germs are, out in the pool. Chlorine, bromine, PHMB (Baquacil, etc) all meet this requirement. Chlorine is by far the fastest acting and most effective sanitizer, but all three meet the minimum requirement of providing sanitation where the… Read More
The change is that heat and energy is added to it making a liquid to a gas. which is the water cycle.. its called the water cycle...
You need a salt water chlorinator. A salt water chlorinator is an electronic devise that converts the salt in the water from the pool into chlorine gas that is then absorbed into the water.
Sodium chloride is soluble in water but don't react with water.
A ton of Co2 fills a volume of 25 m by 10 m by 2 meters...or about an olympic swimming pool.
What happens when heat is added to liquid water? Ummm you are restating the question but the liquid becomes a gas.
Hydrochloric acid is hydrogen chloride gas dissolved in water. It is a strong, highly corrosive, poisonous acid that has millions of uses in thousands of fields, from etching metal to cleaning concrete to digesting food in your stomach to lowering the pH of swimming pool water. It is also known as muriatic acid.
HCl is a gas when we add water it forms hydrochloric acid
The name of a green choking gas used for killing germs in water is chlorine. This is most commonly used in drinking water and swimming pools.
When electricity is added to water water breaks down and becomes hydrogen gas and oxygen gas. This is a chemical change because?
The nature of the reactant (water) was changed.
Chlorine is the usual one but ozone can also be used.