Evacuator FreshAir System

Evacuator FreshAir System

 

See how the Evacuator™ can drastically improve the air quality in your indoor facility then call 1-800-783-7005 to get a quick quote for FreshAIR™ today!

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Trichloramines are a by-product of chlorine attacking organics in the pool water. They are then released into the air when the pool water is agitated by swimmers or features, and have been linked to breathing problems amongst swimmers and coaches who spend much time in indoor swimming facilities - Yet, problems aren't limited to humans. Trichloramines cause issues within facilities as well, deteriorating building structures and mechanical systems, pool accessories, and even drinking fountains. Facility managers recognize how poor air quality will even reduce the volume of spectators and recreational users due to uncomfortable conditions.

The Paddock Evacuator has been engineered as a cutting-edge solution to the airborne trichloramine problem. The Evacuator™ source captures airborne trichloramines and exhausts them from the facility leaving "FreshAIR™" behind.

 

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The Evacuator

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Chloramine Removal

The Evacuator™ removes high concentrations of airborne chloramines in the area directly above the pool water surface reducing the smell of chloramines throughout your facility.

The reduced chloramine concentration improves the swimmers ability to process oxygen, which will translate into better performance by competitive swimmers.

The Evacuator™ provides a much more desirable environment for patrons, competitive swimmers and facility staff. Seniors and patrons with respiratory issues enjoy the pools, rather than having to stay away due to the detrimental effects of excessive chloramines.

The Evacuator™ reduces maintenance required for deck equipment and metal building components.

This is a GREEN SYSTEM and lends itself well for LEED accreditation as it reduces power consumption, provides improved air quality, and heat recovery from the air pulled off the pool water surface.

The Evacuator™ reduces the dehumidification load of the "HVAC" system by evacuating high-humidity air from the surface of the pool where the humidity originates. This design of the overall equipment required for the project can represent a significant up front cost saving to the owner compared to the standard design criteria used in the Aquatics Industry today.

The "HVAC" system runs less due to the reduction of humidity migration throughout the entire building plenum, particularly in off programming hours and reduces operating costs significantly. The operational costs of the facility will be additionally reduced by the recapture of heat from the exhausted air from the chloramine bubble.

The Evacuator™ greatly extends the life of "HVAC" equipment and the building components by preventing heavy chloramine-laden air from attacking system components which in turn reduces the reserves required for future capitalization for repairs and replacement of facility components.

Conclusion

In a controlled test at a local Charlotte area natatorium, the Evacuator™ system successfully reduced the airborne chloramines around the pool from unacceptable levels as recommended by the World Health Organization to acceptable levels.

    1. Chloramine testing was conducted in a controlled environment at a local Charlotte area YMCA natatorium known to have air quality issues.

 

    1. Gas phase sampling and analysis was conducted by noted University PHD candidates under the guidance of a respected environmental engineering professor.

 

    1. These results were obtained in a closely controlled test at a known facility. Future test results may vary due to individual facility design.

FreshAIR and Paddock Evacuator are registered trademarks of Paddock Evacuator Company. Content Copyright 2010-2012 PEC.

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