The poor movement of air over the surface of the water, combined with inadequate supplies of fresh air, can cause coughing, wheezing, or even aggravate asthma. These by-products may also lead to increased sensitivities to fungi and bacteria.
How To Avoid The Build-Up of Chloramines:
1. Open doors and windows when possible to allow fresh air into the pool area.
2. Use fans or blowers to move air over the surface of the water, especially if the pool is being used heavily.
3. Consider using secondary ultraviolet light or ozone disinfection systems.
4. Use good hygiene – swimmers should always shower BEFORE entering the pool.
Remember, all pools and hot tubs need adequate fresh air exchanges and good quality water to keep them safe, healthy, and a good place to relax and have fun.