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Topic: Airborne Chloramines

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Two Types of Airflow Problems in Indoor Pools
By Chloramine Consulting on September 19, 2022

When we are contracted to evaluate natatoriums with air quality problems, we look for structural reasons why the air quality is problematic. In our experience (from visiting and evaluating...

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Chloramine vs. Chlorine
By Chloramine Consulting on April 22, 2021

Let's discuss the differences between chloramine, or chloramines, versus actual chlorine. They sound similar and share some similarities, but there are important differences to understand....

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Coughing After Swimming
By Chloramine Consulting on July 16, 2020

When air quality is bad in a natatorium, swimmers, coaches, lifeguards and spectators all suffer. Exposure to airborne DBPs like trichloramine can cause swimmers to cough. Often for many...

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Don't Blow Air Directly onto a Pool
By Chloramine Consulting on February 19, 2020

In natatoriums, When the air gets rough, the fans get blowing.  And that's not always a good thing.

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