BioGuard Spa Pool Products

Nothing feels quite as good as easing yourself into a nice warm spa and letting the bubbles work their magic.

Spas reduce stress levels, soothe sore muscles and improve circulation. Spa maintenance is important and easy, that’s why were here to tell you how BioGuard SPA products can help keep your spa in top condition, so it can do the same for you.

Keep in mind that spas are all different, so make sure you consult your manual for equipment operation and maintenance procedures, and visit a BioGuard Poolside Retailer for expert advice.

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Much like in a swimming pool, sanitation or disinfection plays a crucial role in spas to treat bacteria. The combination of heavy use and hot water places a tremendous burden on the sanitiser used. Whatever the source, all of the billions of micro-organisms present in a spa need to be killed in some way and as quickly as possible. To do this, Spa Sanitisers must be continually present in the water in a measurable residual amount. Whilst other sanitiser options are available, chlorine and bromine are the two main chemicals recognised by Health Authorities as providing the necessary level of safety for bathers.

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Water balance is important as it ensures that the mineral content of the water is in an appropriate state to protect the spa surface and equipment and make spa water more comfortable to bathe in. Water balance is affected by a wide range of variables – the quality and source of the water, what chemicals are added to the water, the exposure of the spa to weather conditions and so.

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The combination of hot water and heavy use places a high demand on the oxidiser used in a spa. Even over a short period of time, spas can accumulate substantial waste material from a variety of sources, including the bathers themselves, animals, insects, pollutants and the general environment.

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Squeaky Clean


Our range of Specialty Spa Products will protect your spa and keep it sparkling all year round.

When debris accumulates to the point where filtration efficiency is affected, a spa owner is faced with increased operating costs and poor water quality. Backwashing or cleaning becomes more frequent, increasing water and chemical usage, while poorer filtration increases chemical consumption in an effort to compensate. Cleaning is a vitally important part of the spa maintenance proces.

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