The Sol+Guard™ 500 micron transparent swimming pool cover material transmits 80% of the sun’s energy in the visual and IR spectrum through the material to heat the water and basin of the swimming pool. Tests in the UK have shown temperature increases of up to 6°C and testimonials from hotter climates estimate up to 8°C above the ambient pool temperature, reducing the heating demand by up to 70%.
The Sol+Guard™ 500 micron transparent swimming pool cover material transmits 80% of the sun’s energy in the visual and IR spectrum through the material to heat the water in the swimming pool. Sol+Guard has been seen to increase pool temperatures by up to 8°C above the ambient pool temperature, reducing the heating demand by up to 70%.
The unique profile of the GeoBubble™ technology air cells provide both buoyancy and an insulative air gap to control heat transfer enabling the material to manage the pool environment and keep the pool and the desired temperature.
Our materials reduce water losses through evaporation by working as a barrier between the water’s surface and the atmosphere. By simply covering the pool with the material, evaporation is reduced by over 98%, resulting in the preservation of the water resources and increased temperature within the swimming pool.
Covering your pool prevents dirt, leaves, insects and other debris from entering the pool, maintaining a clean, pleasant swimming environment and reducing chemical demand.
- Increase pool temperature by up to 8°C
- Reduce energy consumption by over 70%
- Reduce chemical consumption by up to 40%
- Eliminate 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
“Firstly I would like to say how much I appreciated the advice and assistance you gave me in choosing a pool cover that would be appropriate for the area I live in, Almeria in Spain…
The Sol+Guard™ cover has proved to be a huge success, raising my pool temperature by at least 8 degrees… There is a minimal temperature loss overnight…
With the Sol+Guard™ cover on our pool we were able to start swimming on the 10th April this year compared to the end of May last year… I think it would be fair to say that our swimming season will be extended
Phil Stratten, Almeria, Spain, 2010