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Vapor Pressure and Vapor Barriers for Indoor Swimming Pools
By Chloramine Consulting on August 4, 2020

Whether we like it or not, indoor swimming pools are warm, humid environments. By virtue of how they operate, indoor pools create more vapor pressure than any other type of room we can...

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Evaporation, Condensation, and Dew Point
By Chloramine Consulting on July 28, 2020

Indoor swimming pools evaporate a lot of water. And because every action has an equal and opposite reaction, evaporation means there will also be condensation. This article will discuss...

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Chloramine Vapor
By Chloramine Consulting on September 10, 2019

Indoor air quality in natatoriums has many variables and moving pieces, but at the end of the day, it all boils down to one thing: how well can the natatorium's system manage chloramine...

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Relative Humidity in Natatoriums
By Eric Knight on June 6, 2019

Relative Humidity (RH) is the amount of water vapor in the air, relative to how much the air can hold when 100% saturated. RH is expressed as a percentage (%), where 100% is total...

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Keep the Pool Doors Closed
By Eric Knight on June 6, 2019

When the air goes bad in a natatorium, common practice is for swim coaches, lifeguards or even swimmers to open outside doors. Sure, opening outside doors may give some temporary relief...

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