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Roblon’s range of swimming pool and Fibre optics are low maintenance with
wet area lighting fittings have been the advantage of having the light source
branded together in the new catalogue and electrical feed separate from the
under the name Aquarius. Roblon is fittings which makes lamp changing more
exclusively distributed in the UK by the convenient and safer as the light projector
Light Projects Group. can be sited away from the pool area,
As their advantages over traditional forms reducing the risk of electric shock. This is a
of lighting become more apparent, fibre particular advantage over traditional
optics are increasingly becoming the lighting fittings which need to be re-lamped and
of choice in wet area installations. The may be located directly above the pool continuity across the whole installation.
innovations in the fibre optic market have (therefore requiring scaffolding towers and Another advantage of fibre optics is
given manufacturers and installers a much pool coverings) or within the pool itself. surface temperature. The light ends are cool
wider selection and more versatile solutions A further benefit of having a remote to the touch which is very important bearing
to lighting schemes than ever before. lamp source is that the fixtures are not in mind that children with bare feet are
One of the most obvious advantages of moved – negating the risk of altering any often playing near and around the fittings.
fibre optics is its ability for colour-changing orchestrated focusing. Also, as fibre optics
and its adaptability to create ambient have multiple light sources from one lamp,
moods and different schemes for different there will always be the same output from
times of the day and events. each end point giving uniformity and
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HOUSE OF MOSAICS ADDS TO Simon Powell, Managing Director says
RANGE “The inclusion of Appiani in our portfolio
House of Mosaics the leading name for ensuresweareabletooffercustomersnot
mosaic in the UK, have added Italian only beautiful designs and finishes that
manufacturer Appiani to their portfolio of create a unique design feature, but ones
specialistsforthepoolandspasector. that are also sympathetic to the
Appiani, founded in 1873, still environmentinwhichtheywillfeature”
manufactures in Milan, and produces single-
fired ceramic mosaics in a range of finishes.
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Enviroflow Solutions, the UK provider of
energy-efficient products, has launched
a new anti-bacterial, water-saving
shower head which could have a part to Certikin has launched two new solar rollers retrospective, no wiring to any other point
play in commercial pools and spas – the Solex and the Solar-Tron for its heat around the pool surround or external
saving energy costs. retention and solar cover range. power supply is required and the roller
The Ag+ shower head is particularly The Certikin Solex solar powered roller is operates solely from batteries charged
suited to commercial designed to be economical, flexible and through the solar panels.
organisations where cleanliness and simple, offering a convenient progression Twin solar panels are mounted in a
hygiene is of paramount importance. It from a standard manual pool roller without rotating housing angled at 30deg, the
is also a water-saving product which can the hardship of providing an electrical supply. angle proven to be most effective for solar
cut water and energy bills by up to 50% Self powered through a photovoltaic gain. The panels rotate through 359deg
without impacting performance. panel which steadily tops up (even on and so can be located, and then locked, at
The design uses fragments of silver cloudy days) a fully contained dry-cell the optimum position to gain the
within the plastic to repel any bacteria battery, the Solex roller can be installed on maximum solar rays for each individual
from forming on the surface of the new and existing outdoor domestic pools pool surround. The control equipment for
shower head. This means that it and will accommodate solar blankets of up the in-roller motor is secured to the
provides 99% protection from bacteria, to 6 metres wide and 12 metres long. The support bracket and housed within the
fungi and viruses, including MRSA, E- sturdy anodised aluminium telescopic roller UPVC housings.
Coli, C-Diff and Legionella. tube allows flexibility of size and the
The risk of Legionella is also reduced aluminium and PVC stands give strong
owing to the fact that the Ag+ is a impact resistant end supports.
volumising shower head, whereby the Operation is by a switch mounted on
centre part of every droplet of water is one of the end stands, and the12v in-tube
replaced by air. This makes the water motor has adjustable limits in order that the
droplets larger than average and positioning of the cover can be consistently
consequently difficult to inhale. Water accurate and automatic. The use of an
is also emptied from the shower head Aquablade towing system is strongly
via a small hole used for the aeration recommended for covers using the Solex
process, rather than being retained in roller and the roller should be mounted
the head to become stagnant. over the end of the pool, not set back.
The Solar-Tron roller offers the size and
robustness of a light-commercial roller but
with the flexibility of a self contained solar
powered roller. Installation can be
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