The evaporation rate of an indoor swimming pool has many factors to consider. 1.) How large is the pool? 2.) What temperature are you keeping the pool water at? 3.) What temperature are you keeping your poolroom at? 4.) Are you using a pool cover? An example would be..... If you have a 300 sq. ft. pool and are keeping the pool at 82 degrees and the room at 84 degrees your evaporation rate would be 10.35 pounds per hour at a static level (no activity). If you do have an indoor pool or are considering having an indoor pool you will need to use mechanical dehumidification to handle the evaporation rate of your pool to protect the structure. Please email me direct if I can further assist you in that area. Regards, Michele Environmental Pool Systems www.dry-air.com
It depends a lot on the temperature and humidity. Here in Southern Arizona it is 110 degrees and 10% humidity (hot and dry) right now, and my pool loses about an inch every three days or so. Wind is also a major factor in evaporation. The quicker the moisture is pushed off the top of the pool the faster it is replaced with more. Windy equals increased evaporation rates.
The National Weather Service uses a large water pan with a diameter of 4 feet. They measure the drop in water level in one day, fill it back to the level it was before and measure the level drop the next day. They and others do this all over the United States. Others do it throughout the world. The Weather Service reports the evaporation at each location, each day, and sum all these daily values up to obtain an annual evaporation rate in inches. All the data through the US is collected and compiled into an annual evaporation map. Looking at the annual evaporation map one can find the average annual evaporation rate for any location. It is roughly 100 inches for Tucson, Arizona. The evaporation rate varies with temperature, wind speed, sunshine, and relative humidity. The evaporation rate also varies throughout the year. A rough daily rate is given by dividing the annual rate by 365 days. Rough daily evaporation rate = Annual Evaporation rate / 365 For Tucson the rough evaporation rate is 100 inches/365 which is about 1/3 inch per day. Swimming pool If we use this rough evaporation rate, we can find how much a swimming pool water level might drop in 5 days Total surface drop = (5 days) (daily evaporation rate)
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