First, I will say that the temperature will vary depending on the person(s) using the pool. Some people are more comfortable in cooler or warmer water than others and it certainly depends on how warm the air temperature is. That being said, most people will find that a pool temp less than 70F to be somewhat chilly. Pool temps around 75F are comfortable for some but might still be a little cool for others. Pool temps around 80F are generally very comfortable for most everyone. Pool temps around 85F are generally very, very comfortable for nearly everyone, but may start to actually feel too warm for some (especially on a warm summer day). Above 90F you're heading into hot tub territory! Nice on a cold day but generally too hot for the summer. ...
For stable heat, Frequently check the Lead Level in water. High lead leavel may harm the swimmers and it may heat up the body...
I keep my pool about 120 degrees. stew
78 degrees Fahrenheit
It would be around 37, body temperature
The anwser to this QuestionWe would use a termometre to measure , the temperature of a swimming pool .A thermometer.
The temperature of a pool is not regulated anywhere that I know of.
With an indoor pool (not a spa) room air temperature should be maintained 2-5 degrees above the water temperature< with 50% or less humidity.
The purpose of a swimming pool heat pump is to rise the temperature of the water. The pool then can be used for swimming even on days when the weather is not perfect. The swimming pool season is extended.
Swimming pool buffer is a type of chemical treatment used to adjust the pH balance of the water. It helps to maintain proper water conditions which are ideal for swimming.
It is recommended that for children the temperature in a swimming pool be 82 to 86 degrees Fahrenheit. For babies the recommended temperature should be 84 to 86 degrees.
The lowest temperature to get in a pool, especially a public swimming pool, is about 70 degrees Fahrenheit/ 21 degrees Celsius.
Because change of temperature
The American Red Cross suggests that 78° F is appropriate for swimming.
A thermometer is used to measure the water temperature, typically a specially designed pool thermometer.
Quite so. The water in a swimming pool is cooler than body temperature (unless the swimming pool is actually a hot tub) and therefore, a person in that pool will lose heat by conduction.
Not sure on exact temp...but it needs to be COLD.
The easiest way is with a floating thermometer.