inBlue - Healthy and green

Expect more, pay less

Improve your customers' health

Every single step in the inBlue process will virtually improve water and air quality in your pool.

It is important to stress that water and air quality are what drive our engineers. We will not accept any health issue unsolved. It is also important to understand that hundreds of individually optimized important aspects have to be right to achieve the ”no by-product” goal. No single filter or process will do it alone.

To learn how, please visit The Solution section.

With an inBlue solution you can expect that:

  • Asthmatic competition swimmers won’t need their medicine
  • People will ask if you actually chlorinate your pool
  • There will be negligible chlorine smell in the pool environment and adjacent areas
  • There will be no red eyes and coughing due to chlorine by-products
  • Swimmers, both recreational and competition, will will want to stay longer and visit more often

At inBlue, we hear many stories from our customers who have experienced huge improvements after a renovation.

  • Already the first system in operation meant that 6 elite swimmers using asthmatic medicine could throw it away
  • Many pools have combined chlorine levels below detection limit. Authorities are simply measuring 0.00 ppm
  • Swimmers can stay in the pool for hours without coughing or getting red eyes

At inBlue, we don’t expect you to believe us. Instead contact some of our customers and get their stories.

Save up to 80% on your operating costs

With an inBlue solution you can get the lowest possible energy consumption by any pool water treatment system available.

  • Total head loss for the entire circulation system can be less than one meter
  • Water consumption is so low that most pool owners choose to replace more than the amount wasted in our water treatment processes

All communities can afford to operate a public pool based on inBlue technology.

The most spectacular is that saving water and energy with an inBlue solution won't negatively effect your water quality.

In these years where we all need to focus on protecting our environment, many solutions appear that might be green but at the same time have other very problematic side effects. For the pool industry many such dangerous ”green” solutions are appearing on the market. For example:

  • Sand filters can be backwashed less often to save water. This obviously just results in everything being dissolved, resulting in dangerous bathing water. Also energy consumption will increase due to higher operating pressure.
  • Some precoat filter producers and distributors recommend to ”bump” precoat filters again and again for weeks and months without changing water or media. Now where will all the skin cells and other human remains then go? It will all be dissolved and return to your bathing water where it is converted to dangerous chlorine gasses and subsequently inhaled by guests and staff.
  • Backwash water can be collected in a tank and reused to make up water. Most such systems are only effective against particles and will allow most dissolved materials to pass. If you want to invest in such a system ask for documentation that treated water meets quality standards for drinking water on both particulate and dissolved matter. A system like this is at the present time nonexistent (2013).

With an inBlue solution you don’t need to reuse water. We simply use so little water in the first place and produce so concentrated wastewater, that there is no need for reuse.

Ask inBlue for green calculations on your systems. Most renovated systems achieve >80% savings.




Ole Grønborg spoke about Facility Management & New Industry Technology at WAHC

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inBlue speaking at World Aquatic Health Conference October 2014

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Did you know
German national health authorities issued a declaration in 2011 recommending families with a history of allergies to avoid taking their babies and children below the age of 2 years old to chlorinated pools.