Filtration 2017-11-29T01:06:08+00:00


All the pools have a filtration system to keep the water clean, free of algae and bacteria. The two most important components of the filter are the filter and the pump. The pump, by means of an electric motor, turns a turbine, sucking water from the pool through the skimmer and drain. The water is driven into the vacuum chamber, which is the pump housing. The water passes to a tank or tank that contains a special filtering material (flint or eco-filtering glass), which carries out the physical treatment (filtration) of the water. Most of the impurities contained in the water are retained in what we call the filter bed. The diffuser, located inside this tank (filter), helps eliminate air bubbles.



The filter is the main mechanism for cleaning and purifying water, and plays a crucial role in keeping water crystal clear and suitable for bathing.

The pump is the other essential element for the filtration system of the pool. Most pumps are self-priming, which means that when they are started, they will fill themselves with water without the help of the user. The pumps can be of different powers, depending on the size of the pool and the amount of liters of water that must pass through the filtration system. This will determine the electric power of the pump to choose from.


Filtration is only part of the work to be done to keep a pool clean, and also inseparable from chemical treatment.

Distribution panel

The electrical panel allows you to control and protect any electrical device in your pool, such as the filtration pump, spotlights or projectors. Depending on the models, you can also control and protect other salt chlorination equipment and dosing pumps. Flush-mounted and surface electric cabinets.

Selector Valve

The selector valve is a basic component of sand filters for the purification of water from residential swimming pools. Precise function: filtration, emptying, closing, washing, recirculation and rinsing.