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What is Chloramine Poisoning?
By Chloramine Consulting on September 5, 2023

Each and every year, reports come out of swimmers getting respiratory sickness from indoor swimming pools.1 This article will define what many people call "chloramine poisoning", and what...

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What is a Natatorium Study?
By Chloramine Consulting on January 5, 2022

Our core service is conducting natatorium facility studies. If you attend or operate an indoor swimming pool with air quality challenges, this article may help explain why our service...

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Trihalomethanes (THMs) in Swimming Pools
By Chloramine Consulting on April 10, 2020

Trihalomethanes (THMs) are harmful disinfection byproducts (DBPs) found in drinking water and swimming pools. They can off-gas from swimming pools, which contribute to indoor air quality...

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Airborne Disinfection: What can stop the Coronavirus?
By Chloramine Consulting on March 14, 2020

At the time of writing this, the world seems to be in chaos. Events are being canceled across the world, and the economic impact is undeniably real. NCAA championships are cancelled for...

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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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