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Guangzhou Fenlin Swimming Pool & Sauna Equipment Co., Ltd, established in 2004, professional in producing and selling sauna equipments, swimming pool equipments, SPA equipments and fountain equipments.etc.Striving in creating, quality and service for these years, we have possessed our own brand, in the meantime, have developed our foreign market of around one hundred countries as well as developed a sales network covers most of the eastern big cities at home. Goods:We manufacture equipments and accessories of our brands. We also have got the representative authorization of some famous brand in these regions.Products can be divided into sauna series, steam series, swimming pool series and outdoor fountain series. Our brands: FANLAN:registered on December 21st, 2005 FANLAN: registered on November 28th, 2005 SAWO: registered on June 21st, 2006FINNFORST: registered on April 14th, 2007 Factory: The factory is located in Baiyun district of Guangzhou, established in 2004 and now occupying an area of about 10000 square meters, more than 50 workers and three production lines. Under the systematically management and strict quality control, we have earned good reputation among the industry.We provide clients with services as product sourcing, design and engineering, OEM manufacturing, quality control, shipment inspection.       Our Advantages   Brand History Brand Advantage Brand Value Brand Qualification Founded in 2004, Fenlin has 19 years of manufacturing experience in the production of swimming pool & sauna equipments. Our factory is located in Jianggao Town, Baiyun District, GZ, China. It covers an area of 10,000 square meters and has 3 professional factory. Fenlin focuses on sauna equipments&swimming pool equipments manufacturing. Fenlin introduces foreign advanced machinery. Our products are exported to many countries. Fenlin has been advertised on many mainstream social media in foreign countries, hoping that its swimming pool equipments & sauna equipments can go global! And it hopes to become an excellent brand of our products. Fenlin offers the best quality and service to every customer. China's Top 10 Swimming Pool Equipments Brand;  China's Top 10 Sauna Equipments Brand; China's Top 10 Spa Equipments Brand;   Our Certificates       Our Team    
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About Fenlin
Guangzhou Fenlin Swimming Pool & Sauna Equipment Co., Ltd, established in 2004, professional in producing and selling sauna equipments, swimming pool equipments, SPA equipments and fountain equipments.etc.Striving in creating, quality and service for these years, we have possessed our own brand, in the meantime, have developed our foreign market of around one hundred countries as well as developed a sales network covers most of the eastern big cities at home. Goods:We manufacture equipments and accessories of our brands. We also have got the representative authorization of some famous brand in these regions.Products can be divided into sauna series, steam series, swimming pool series and outdoor fountain series. Our brands: FANLAN:registered on December 21st, 2005 FANLAN: registered on November 28th, 2005 SAWO: registered on June 21st, 2006FINNFORST: registered on April 14th, 2007 Factory: The factory is located in Baiyun district of Guangzhou, established in 2004 and now occupying an area of about 10000 square meters, more than 50 workers and three production lines. Under the systematically management and strict quality control, we have earned good reputation among the industry.We provide clients with services as product sourcing, design and engineering, OEM manufacturing, quality control, shipment inspection.       Our Advantages   Brand History Brand Advantage Brand Value Brand Qualification Founded in 2004, Fenlin has 19 years of manufacturing experience in the production of swimming pool & sauna equipments. Our factory is located in Jianggao Town, Baiyun District, GZ, China. It covers an area of 10,000 square meters and has 3 professional factory. Fenlin focuses on sauna equipments&swimming pool equipments manufacturing. Fenlin introduces foreign advanced machinery. Our products are exported to many countries. Fenlin has been advertised on many mainstream social media in foreign countries, hoping that its swimming pool equipments & sauna equipments can go global! And it hopes to become an excellent brand of our products. Fenlin offers the best quality and service to every customer. China's Top 10 Swimming Pool Equipments Brand;  China's Top 10 Sauna Equipments Brand; China's Top 10 Spa Equipments Brand;   Our Certificates       Our Team    
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  • How Does Pool Builder Work?
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    Jul 23, 2024
    How Does Pool Builder Work?
    A pool builder, whether an individual contractor or a construction company, specializes in designing, planning, and constructing swimming pools. The process involves several key steps from initial consultation to final completion. Here’s a comprehensive overview of how a pool builder works:   1. Initial Consultation and Planning Client Meeting - Understanding Needs: The pool builder meets with the client to understand their needs, preferences, and budget. - Site Inspection: An inspection of the proposed pool site is conducted to assess the landscape, soil conditions, and any potential challenges. - Conceptual Design: Initial design ideas and concepts are discussed, including the type of pool (in-ground, above-ground, infinity), shape, size, and features (spas, waterfalls, lighting).   Proposal and Design Approval - Design Proposal: The pool builder creates a detailed design proposal, including 3D renderings, layout plans, and a cost estimate. - Client Review: The client reviews the proposal and provides feedback. Adjustments are made until the design meets the client's expectations. - Permits and Approvals: The pool builder assists with obtaining necessary permits and approvals from local authorities and homeowners’ associations. 2. Pre-Construction Preparation Site Preparation - Excavation Plan: A detailed excavation plan is prepared, outlining the depth, dimensions, and shape of the pool. - Utility Checks: The builder ensures all underground utilities are identified to prevent damage during excavation. - Marking the Site: The pool area is marked out to guide excavation.   Excavation and Structural Work - Excavation: Heavy machinery is used to dig out the pool area according to the specifications. - Steel Reinforcement: Steel rebar is installed to reinforce the pool’s structure, forming a framework for the concrete or gunite application. - Plumbing and Electrical Work: Plumbing lines for water circulation, drainage, and electrical conduits for lighting and equipment are installed. 3. Pool Construction Shell Construction - Concrete/Gunite Application: Concrete or gunite is sprayed onto the steel framework to form the pool shell. This process requires precision to ensure structural integrity and correct shaping. - Curing: The concrete is allowed to cure for a specified period to achieve the necessary strength.   Finishing Work - Tile and Coping: Tiles are installed on the pool’s interior, and coping is added around the pool’s edge. - Interior Finish: The pool interior is finished with materials like plaster, pebble, or fiberglass, providing a smooth, watertight surface. - Decking: The pool deck is constructed using materials like concrete, pavers, or natural stone, enhancing the pool’s aesthetic and providing a functional space. 4. System Installation and Testing Equipment Setup - Filtration and Pump Systems: The pool’s filtration system, pump, heater, and other equipment are installed ...
  • 4 Considerations To Select Swimming Pool Pump
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    Jul 10, 2024
    4 Considerations To Select Swimming Pool Pump
    Selecting the right swimming pool pump is crucial for ensuring efficient water circulation, proper filtration, and overall pool health. Here are four key considerations to help you choose the best pool pump for your needs: 1. Pool Size and Volume Understanding Your Pool's Needs - Pool Volume: Calculate the total volume of your pool in gallons or liters. This helps determine the flow rate required to circulate all the water within a specific period, typically within 8 hours for optimal filtration. - Turnover Rate: The turnover rate refers to the time it takes for the pump to circulate the entire volume of pool water. For residential pools, a turnover rate of 6-8 hours is ideal. Ensure the pump you choose can handle this within the desired timeframe.   2. Pump Type Different Types of Pool Pumps Single-Speed Pumps: These pumps operate at a fixed speed. They are less expensive initially but can be less energy-efficient and louder compared to other types. Dual-Speed Pumps: These pumps offer a high and a low-speed setting. The low-speed setting is more energy-efficient and quieter, while the high-speed setting can be used for tasks that require more power, like vacuuming the pool. Variable-Speed Pumps: These pumps allow you to adjust the speed to match the pool's needs, offering the highest energy efficiency and quietest operation. They are more expensive upfront but can save significant energy costs over time. 3. Energy Efficiency Reducing Operational Costs Energy Star Certification: Look for pumps that are Energy Star certified, as they are designed to be more energy-efficient. Flow Rate and Power Consumption: Consider the pump’s flow rate (measured in gallons per minute or liters per minute) relative to its power consumption (measured in watts or horsepower). Higher efficiency pumps will provide adequate flow rates while consuming less power. Timer and Automation Features: Pumps with built-in timers or compatibility with pool automation systems can help optimize run times, further reducing energy consumption.   4. Compatibility with Existing Systems Ensuring Seamless Integration - Plumbing and Electrical Compatibility: Verify that the new pump is compatible with your existing pool plumbing and electrical system. Check the pipe size, voltage, and amperage requirements. - Filter Compatibility: Ensure the pump’s flow rate matches the capacity of your pool filter. An oversized pump can overpower the filter, reducing its effectiveness, while an undersized pump may not provide sufficient flow for proper filtration. - Additional Features: Consider if the pump offers features that match your pool’s specific needs, such as compatibility with saltwater systems or heating elements. Conclusion: By carefully considering the size and volume of your pool, the type of pump, energy efficiency, and compatibility with existing systems, you can select fenlin pool pump that provides effective water circulation, reduces energy costs, and enhan...
  • Tips for Extending the Lifespan of Your Pool Sand Filter
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    Jun 19, 2024
    Tips for Extending the Lifespan of Your Pool Sand Filter
    Extending the lifespan of your pool sand filter is crucial for maintaining water quality and reducing maintenance costs. Here are some tips to help you achieve that: 1. Regular Backwashing:Follow the manufacturer's recommendations for backwashing frequency. This helps clean out debris and contaminants trapped in the sand, preventing clogging and maintaining filtration efficiency. 2. Monitor Pressure Gauges:Keep an eye on the pressure gauges on your filter. A sudden increase in pressure indicates the need for backwashing. Ignoring high pressure can lead to reduced filtration effectiveness and potential damage to the filter. 3. Use a Skimmer and Brush:Regularly skim the surface of your pool to remove leaves, insects, and other debris before they sink and clog the filter. Additionally, brush the pool walls and floor to prevent algae and dirt buildup that can strain the filter. 4. Chemical Balance:Maintain proper chemical balance in your pool water. Balanced water reduces the likelihood of organic contaminants and scale buildup, which can clog the filter and reduce its efficiency. 5. Schedule Professional Inspections:Have a professional inspect your sand filter annually or as recommended by the manufacturer. They can detect issues early and perform maintenance tasks that can prolong the filter's life. 6. Avoid Oil and Grease:Keep oils, lotions, and other greasy substances out of the pool water. These can coat the sand and reduce its filtration capacity. 7. Replace Sand When Needed:Over time, the sand in your filter will wear down and become less effective. Follow manufacturer guidelines for when to replace the sand (typically every 5-7 years). 8. Protect from Freezing:If you live in a cold climate, properly winterize your pool and filter system to prevent freezing, which can damage the filter tank and internal components. By following these tips, you can maximize the lifespan of your pool sand filter at fenlin and ensure efficient filtration for clean and clear pool water.
  • How to Clean and Maintain Pool Cartridge Filters?
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    Jun 12, 2024
    How to Clean and Maintain Pool Cartridge Filters?
    Cleaning and maintaining pool cartridge filters is essential for ensuring effective filtration and extending the life of the filter. Proper maintenance involves regular cleaning, inspecting for damage, and following manufacturer guidelines. Here’s a step-by-step guide on how to clean and maintain your pool cartridge filters:   Cleaning Pool Cartridge Filters: Materials Needed - Garden hose with a spray nozzle - Bucket - Filter cleaner or mild detergent - Soft brush (optional) - Replacement O-rings (if necessary) Towel or soft cloth   Steps for Cleaning 1. Turn Off the Pump: Ensure the pool pump is turned off and the power is disconnected to prevent any accidents while handling the filter.   2. Release Air Pressure: Open the air relief valve on the filter housing to release any built-up air pressure.   3. Remove the Cartridge: Open the filter housing according to the manufacturer’s instructions. Carefully remove the cartridge filter from the housing.   4. Initial Rinse: Use a garden hose with a spray nozzle to rinse off the loose debris from the cartridge. Spray at an angle to ensure you don’t damage the pleats. Make sure to get in between the pleats to remove as much debris as possible.   5. Soak the Cartridge: Fill a bucket with water and add a filter cleaner according to the product’s instructions. Alternatively, you can use a mild detergent if a filter cleaner is not available. Submerge the cartridge in the solution and let it soak for the recommended amount of time (usually a few hours to overnight). This helps break down oils, grease, and other stubborn contaminants.   6. Rinse Thoroughly: After soaking, rinse the cartridge thoroughly with a garden hose to remove all the cleaning solution and loosened debris. Again, ensure you clean between the pleats.   7. Inspect the Cartridge: Check the cartridge for any signs of damage, such as tears, cracks, or excessively worn pleats. If the cartridge is damaged, it’s best to replace it to maintain optimal filtration.   8. Clean the Filter Housing: While the cartridge is soaking or drying, clean the filter housing to remove any debris or dirt buildup. Check and lubricate the O-rings with a suitable lubricant to ensure a good seal when reassembling.   9. Reassemble the Filter: Once the cartridge is clean and dry, place it back into the filter housing. Ensure it is seated properly. Close the filter housing securely and make sure all clamps or fasteners are tightened.   10. Release Air and Restart the Pump: Open the air relief valve and turn the pump back on. Once water starts flowing steadily from the valve, close it to ensure the system is properly primed. Maintenance Tips 1. Regular Cleaning: Clean the cartridge filter every 2-6 weeks, depending on pool usage and environmental factors like debris and contaminants.   2. Deep Cleaning: Perform a deep cleaning by soaking the cartridge every 3-6 months or as needed, e...
  • What Is the Function of a Pool Pump?
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    Mar 13, 2024
    What Is the Function of a Pool Pump?
    The pool pump serves as the heart of your swimming pool's circulation system. Its primary function is to keep the water moving throughout various components of the pool, ensuring that the water remains clean, clear, and properly sanitized. Here’s a breakdown of its key functions:   1. Circulation: The pump circulates water through the pool's filtration system, which captures debris, dirt, and other particulates. This continuous flow of water is crucial for distributing chemicals evenly throughout the pool and preventing stagnation, which can lead to algae growth and murky water. 2. Filtration: As part of the circulation process, the pump pushes water through the pool filter, whether it’s a sand, cartridge, or diatomaceous earth (DE) filter. The filter removes particles and debris from the water, and the clean water is then returned to the pool. 3. Heating: For pools equipped with heaters, the pump is responsible for moving water through the heating unit. Whether the heater uses gas, electricity, or solar energy, the pump ensures that heated water is evenly distributed throughout the pool, maintaining a comfortable temperature. 4. Chemical Distribution: The effectiveness of pool chemicals, such as chlorine and algaecides, depends on their even distribution throughout the pool water. The pump aids in dispersing these chemicals, keeping the water safe and sanitary for swimmers. 5. Supporting Additional Features: If your pool has additional features like waterfalls, slides, or spa jets, the pool pump also plays a key role in operating these elements. It provides the necessary water pressure to ensure that these features function properly, enhancing the overall pool experience. In summary, the pool pump is essential for maintaining the cleanliness, clarity, and overall health of your swimming pool. It enables the filtration system to remove contaminants, ensures even heating and chemical distribution, and supports the operation of additional pool features. Proper maintenance of the pool pump is crucial for keeping it running efficiently and extending its lifespan, including regular cleaning of the pump basket, ensuring it's properly primed, and monitoring for any signs of wear or malfunction.
  • How Does a Swimming Sand Filter Work?
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    Mar 13, 2024
    How Does a Swimming Sand Filter Work?
    A swimming pool sand filter works through a process called mechanical filtration to keep the water clean and clear. It's a popular type of pool filter due to its durability, ease of maintenance, and efficiency in filtering small particles. Here's a step-by-step explanation of how it works: Water Inflow: The process begins when water from the swimming pool is pumped into the filter tank. This water carries with it dirt, debris, and other particulates that are suspended in the pool water. Filtering Through Sand Bed: Inside the filter tank, there is a bed of special-grade sand. As the water passes through this bed of sand, particles are trapped within the spaces between the sand grains. The sand essentially acts as a natural barrier or sieve, catching particles larger than a certain size (typically 20 to 40 microns). Collection at the Bottom: After the water filters through the sand, it reaches the bottom of the filter. Here, a set of laterals (which are essentially a network of tubes with slots) collects the filtered water. The slots are small enough to allow water to pass but prevent the sand from entering these tubes. Return to Pool: Once the water is collected at the bottom, it is then pumped back into the pool, significantly cleaner than when it entered the filter. Backwashing: Over time, the sand bed becomes filled with trapped debris, which can reduce the efficiency of the filter and increase the pressure in the system, indicating it's time for cleaning. This is done through a process called backwashing, which involves reversing the flow of water through the filter. The water flowing in the opposite direction lifts the sand and the trapped debris, flushing it out of the filter through a waste line. After backwashing, the sand settles back down, and the filter is ready to resume its normal operation. Rinsing (in some models): After backwashing, some filters require a rinse cycle. This involves running clean water through the filter for a short time in the normal direction of flow (but still being discharged to waste) to settle the sand bed and remove any remaining debris in the water before sending it back to the pool. The efficiency of a sand filter can depend on several factors, including the size of the filter relative to the pool, the condition and type of sand used, and the regularity of maintenance activities like backwashing and sand replacement (typically every 5 to 7 years). This type of filter is particularly good for large particles and is favored for its simplicity and low maintenance, though it may not filter out fine particles as effectively as some other types of pool filters, like cartridge or diatomaceous earth (DE) filters.
  • 8 Ways To Improve Your Swimming Pool Filtration
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    Dec 12, 2023
    8 Ways To Improve Your Swimming Pool Filtration
    Sure, here are eight ways to improve your swimming pool filtration system:   1. Proper Sizing: Ensure that the filter is appropriately sized for your pool. An undersized filter may not effectively filter all the water, while an oversized filter can lead to inefficient operation and unnecessary expenses.   2. Regular Cleaning: Clean the filter regularly according to the manufacturer's recommendations. For sand filters, this may involve backwashing, while cartridge filters may need periodic rinsing or replacement.   3. Chemical Balance: Maintain proper chemical balance in the pool water. Balanced water chemistry can help the filter operate more effectively by reducing the likelihood of clogging and improving filtration.   4. Skim and Vacuum: Use skimmers and vacuums to remove debris from the pool before it has a chance to enter the filter. This can lessen the load on the filter and improve its efficiency.   5. Run the Pump Long Enough: Ensure that the pool pump runs for a sufficient amount of time each day to allow the filter to effectively clean all the water in the pool. This duration will depend on the size of the pool and the flow rate of the pump.   6. Upgrade to a Higher Efficiency Filter: Consider upgrading to a more efficient type of filter, such as switching from a sand filter to a cartridge filter or DE filter, especially if your current filter is struggling to keep up with the pool's demands.   7. Use Pool Clarifiers: Pool clarifiers can help coagulate small particles into larger ones, making it easier for the filter to capture and remove them from the water.   8. Monitor Pressure Gauges: Keep an eye on the filter's pressure gauge. A significant rise in pressure can indicate that the filter is becoming clogged and needs cleaning.   By optimizing your filtration system and following Fenlin tips, you can improve water clarity, reduce maintenance, and ensure a more enjoyable swimming experience for pool users.
  • How Does a Swimming Pool Filter System Work?
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    Dec 12, 2023
    How Does a Swimming Pool Filter System Work?
    A swimming pool filter system works to remove impurities and contaminants from the water, helping to keep the pool clean and safe for swimming. There are three main types of pool filters: sand filters, cartridge filters, and diatomaceous earth (DE) filters. Here's a general overview of how each type works: 1. Sand Filters:    - In a sand filter system, water from the pool is pumped into the filter tank, which contains a layer of specially graded pool filter sand.    - As water passes through the sand, the sand particles trap small debris and impurities while allowing clean water to pass through.    - Periodically, the filter goes through a process called "backwashing," where the water flow is reversed to flush out the trapped debris, and the filter sand is cleaned.   2. Cartridge Filters:    - Cartridge filters contain a pleated polyester cartridge that traps debris and impurities as water passes through it.    - The surface area of the cartridge allows for efficient filtration, and cartridge filters can trap smaller particles than sand filters.    - When the cartridge becomes dirty, it can be removed from the filter and cleaned with a hose or replaced with a new cartridge.   3. Diatomaceous Earth (DE) Filters:    - DE filters use grids coated with diatomaceous earth, a fine, porous powder made from the fossilized remains of diatoms.    - As water passes through the DE-coated grids, the diatomaceous earth traps even smaller particles and debris than sand or cartridge filters.    - Periodically, the filter requires "backwashing" and "recharging" with new diatomaceous earth to maintain its efficiency.   In all three types of filters, the clean, filtered water is then returned to the pool, while the trapped debris and impurities are flushed out of the filter system.   The filter system is an essential component of the pool's circulation and filtration system, working in conjunction with the pump and other equipment to maintain water clarity and cleanliness. Regular maintenance, including cleaning and periodic backwashing or recharging, is necessary to ensure the filter system continues to operate effectively. Fenlin will help you to choose right filters.
  • How to Choose Swimming Pool Filter for Commercial Swimming Pools?
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    Dec 12, 2023
    How to Choose Swimming Pool Filter for Commercial Swimming Pools?
    When choosing a swimming pool filter for commercial swimming pools, there are several factors to consider. Here are a few Fenlin tips to help you make the right choice:   1. Size of the Pool: Consider the size of the pool as it will determine the flow rate and capacity requirements of the filter. 2. Type of Filter: There are three main types of pool filters: sand filters, cartridge filters, and diatomaceous earth (DE) filters. Each has its own advantages and disadvantages, so consider which type best suits your pool's needs. 3. Flow Rate: The flow rate of the filter should be sufficient to effectively filter the entire volume of water in the pool within a reasonable amount of time. 4. Maintenance Requirements: Consider the maintenance needs of the filter. Some filters require more frequent cleaning and maintenance than others. 5. Water Quality: If the pool is located in an area with a high level of debris or contaminants, you may need a more robust filter to ensure water quality. 6. Energy Efficiency: Look for filters that are energy efficient to help reduce operational costs. 7. Compliance: Ensure that the filter you choose complies with local regulations and industry standards for commercial swimming pools. 8. Manufacturer Reputation: Consider the reputation of the manufacturer and the warranty they offer for their filters.   Remember to consult with a pool professional or supplier to ensure that you select the right filter for your specific commercial swimming pool needs.
  • What Is the Best Pool Filter for Residential Swimming Pool?
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    Dec 12, 2023
    What Is the Best Pool Filter for Residential Swimming Pool?
    When it comes to residential swimming pools, there are several types of pool filters to choose from, but the three most common types are sand filters, cartridge filters, and diatomaceous earth (DE) filters. Each type has its advantages and disadvantages, so the "best" filter really depends on your specific needs and preferences.  Sand Filters: These are the most commonly used filters for residential pools. They are relatively low maintenance and cost-effective. Sand filters can effectively capture dirt and debris, but they require backwashing to clean the sand bed periodically.   Cartridge Filters: These filters offer finer filtration than sand filters, capturing smaller particles and requiring less frequent maintenance. They are known for their energy efficiency and typically have a longer lifespan than sand filters. However, they may have a higher upfront cost.   Diatomaceous Earth (DE) Filters: DE filters provide the finest level of filtration and are excellent at removing small particles and impurities from the water. They are considered the most effective type of pool filter but require more maintenance and a higher level of attention during cleaning. When choosing the best pool filter for your residential swimming pool, consider factors such as the size of your pool, your budget, maintenance requirements, and the level of filtration you desire. If you are interested in these pool filters, Fenlin will be always with you!
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