I think you should just adjust to the temperature of the water.
I am a nationally ranked swimmer and I like the pool at 68-73 degrees.
At a temperature of 82, you should only be in the water for 25-30 minutes. I don't know how long you plan on swimming, but even 82 degrees to me sounds way to warm. I you decide what to do.AnswerWe usually heat ours to around 85�F. In fact, in the summer, we consider our pool cool if it stays below 90�F (we live in Phoenix where 115�F is normal).
Also, while they say that a spa around 105�F shouldn't be used for more than 15 or so minutes by an adult, water at 85�F is safe for an indefinite amount of time.Water Temperature A Sore Spot For Pool OperatorsPool temperature is one of the biggest sore spots for pool operators.
The answer is simple. If you are seeking repeat business, heat the pool at to a temperature the patrons will enjoy.
My recommendations are as follows: ''competitive swimming'' - the swim coach should determine the temperature ''hotels and resorts'' - 84 to 86 degrees is an ideal range ''athletic clubs or YMCAs'' - it depends on who they are catering to. If they cater to lap swimmers, 82 degrees is a reasonable temperature. For casual swimmers, near 84 degrees is better. Warmer than 84 degrees will be too warm for lap swimmers.
Bill Soukup President Commercial Pool & Spa Supplies Inc. www.commercialpool.com
Comfortable swim temperatures range from 80~90 degrees based on personal preference, 82-85 degrees F is a good swim temperature for general but not lap swimming.
any temperature over 70 is what i say but that's just my opinion
Recommended water temperatures from 78°F for fitness swimming, 82°F for recreational swimming. There is no recommended water temperature for residential pools. note that high water temperatures can make the sanitation of water more difficult.
There are really no common temperatures for swimming pools, because it really depends on where you live. If you have a swimming pool in Florida and then one in Montana, each of their temperatures is going to be different. It depends on where you live and how hot or cold it is outside.
Yes, depending on the species and regional variation. Common Snapping Turtles in New York and Canada hibernate through freezing temperatures every winter, and have even been seen swimming in ponds under the ice.
It's a comfortable temperature for a swimming pool
It doesn't really matter what the outside temperature is as long as you are comfortable with the water temperature. I have swam in an indoor/outdoor pool in the middle of January in below freezing (in Canada) where the water was probably 90degrees. I even stood on the deck for a few seconds and was still warm with the water steaming off me.
I guess you are asking about daily air temperature. Once the surface has melted, the only concern is the above ground pipes freezing. If you leave the pump running all the time, the chance of freezing is very low.
It depends on if a pool is above or below ground. While air temperature affects a body of water exposed to it, so does the ground temperature. A warm ground will keep your pool from freezing at 32 degrees F. However, an above-ground swimming pool may freeze above 32 degrees F is there is a cold wind. Thus, wind chill will lower the temperature of the pool tank (especially if it is metal) and your pool will freeze faster. Try a propane or wood-fired pool heater. In cloudy Northeastern states, solar heating is ineffective. In fact, today's solar pool heaters are too weak to keep a pool from freezing at sustained below-freezing temperatures. It's always best to drain any pool in a cold winter climate. Good luck and happy swimming!
Freezing cold. (Why I never go swimming)
Fish swimming in waters around Antarctica -- which is liquid -- enjoy water temperatures that are above freezing. Cold water on earth is home to many fish which thrive in cooler water.
In a word YES.Modern quality heat pumps can extract heat from the air even when the temperature is below freezing.
cause its comfortable
It should be about room temperature- maybe a little colder in the summer; 70 to 75 degrees is good- that way, the water isn't freezing, but isn't hot.
The anwser to this QuestionWe would use a termometre to measure , the temperature of a swimming pool .A thermometer.
Yes, Olympic swimming pools (and all competitive swimming pools) are heated. Olympic swimming pools are kept at temperatures typically around 77-79 degrees Fahrenheit or around 25-26.1 degrees Celsius. However, the temperature can go up to 82 degrees Fahrenheit or 27.7 degrees Celsius and be acceptable to FINA, the organization overseeing Olympic swimming. FINA's optimal temperatures for water polo are 79 Fahrenheit or 26 Celsius; for synchronized swimming, 81 Fahrenheit or 27 Celsius; and for diving, not under 79 Fahrenheit or 26 Celsius.
No, when you are swimming, you do not wear a bra. However, if you would feel more comfortable, many swimming costumes, bikinis and tankinis come with a built-in bra
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 American Red Cross suggests that 78° F is appropriate for swimming.
Both the swimming pool has benefits and drawbacks. It's your lifestyle to choose the type of enjoyment but I would mostly prefer outdoor swimming. It can make me more comfortable with friends. From my point of view outdoor swimming is better than indoor swimming.
The temperature of a pool is not regulated anywhere that I know of.
The answer depends on what you are used to.