EnergyGuard Selective Transmission

An award-winning solution to increase solar gains and inhibit algae

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Award Winning
Material
Selective
Transmission
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Debris & Algae
Inhibition
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Heat
Retention
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Evaporation
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Business Innovation Award 2018

Maximising pool temperature and inhibiting algae growth at the same time is now possible with award-winning light filtering material, meaning there is no need to compromise between temperature and chemical savings. Offering optimised solar gain and algae inhibition, the patent-applied-for EnergyGuard™ Selective Transmission material now effectively delivers the best possible balance between solar heat gain, chemical and filtration reductions, making it the most innovative solar cover to date. The bubble layer of the material uses a midnight blue pigment which gives the material its selective transmission properties. This works as a selective filter absorbing the visible wavelengths responsible for photosynthesis. This absorbed energy is passed to the pool through conduction, while the transmission properties of the bubble layer allows for Infrared radiation (IR) to pass through the material and be directly absorbed by the water.

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  • Award-winning material
  • Increase water temperature by up to 7°C
  • Inhibit algae growth
  • Reduce energy consumption by up to 60%
  • Reduce chemical consumption by up to 60%
  • Reduce filtration time by up to 50%
  • Can be used as winter cover material
  • Eliminates water evaporation by 98%+
  • Reduce debris contamination
  • Save money and reduce the carbon footprint of your pool
  • 6 year+ expected lifespan
  • With GeoBubble™ technology

Don’t just take our word for it

“Very impressed with my EnergyGuard™ ST pool cover… after using the cover the algae was dead within a week or two and vacuumed out of the pool with ease… I’m delighted, and the pool water is sparkling clear in record time… the pool temperature has risen about 6 degrees in a week.”

Elaine Roberts – UK-2016

N.B. Elaine’s is a natural pool in a reed bed ecosystem

Elaine Roberts Case Study

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