Clubs with Pools

"Sports and leisure centres with swimming pools are often major users of energy. Up to 65% of the energy consumed in these centres will be used for pool heating and ventilation. Looking at the way energy is managed can provide substantial savings." (p. 12)

"In a typical sports centre, energy costs are second only to labour costs, accounting for as much as 30% of total running costs — a higher figure than in most other sectors." (p. 2)

"Swimming pools are the major energy consumer in this sector — specifically the processes for heating the pool water and ventilating the pool hall." (p. 3)

"Heating accounts for a large proportion of energy use in leisure centres which means that there are big opportunities to make savings." (p.4)

Source: Sports and leisure: Introducing energy saving opportunities for business

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Whether your swimming pool is inside or out, it is experiencing evaporation 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. This evaporation is sucking the heat out of your pool water, and causing your pool heater to work hard to maintain the water temperature you desire.

Heatsavr™ can help to reduce your pools' heating costs by up to 35% just by lowering the rate of evaporation. Your pool loses around 70% of its heat because of evaporation - keep it in the pool with Heatsavr™, the original liquid solar pool cover.
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