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In winter, you should not use the same protective cover as the rest of the year. Discover the Distripool collection: Why choose a winter cover for your swimming pool? In winter, it is rare to swim in your pool, unless you live in the tropics. This is why the swimming pool is placed in winter storage. But this is not enough. So that dirt does not accumulate in the pool and the water is perfectly protected from winter pollution, it is necessary to purchase a winter cover, much more solid and protective than traditional models.

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Bâche d'hiver piscine Cover-Winter 1

Cover-Winter 1 swimming pool winter cover

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9,45 €/m²
Bâche hiver filtrante pour volet automatique

Filtering winter cover for automatic shutter

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1 review
12.67 €/m²
Couverture hiver piscine Intersup Top

Intersup Top winter swimming pool cover

  • 3/5
1 review
13,60 €/m²
Bâche à bulle 500µ Buld’O Energy Guard pour l'été et l'hiver

Bubble cover 500µ BuldO Energy Guard for summer and winter

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2 reviews
21.70 €/m²
19.53 €/m²

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Our selection of winterizing covers for the swimming pool!

Whatever the dimensions of your pool, you will not have no difficulty finding the winter cover that suits you on Distripool! You will even have the possibility to purchase a package wintering even more practical and complete. It's up to you to choose the equipment that best meets all of your needs! A question about the products selected on our website? Contact our customer service now on 04 11 93 04 06: we we will answer all your questions!

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Distripool winter guide: Introduction

Maintaining your swimming pool all year round is not very difficult, provided you respect a few basic rules. For example, in winter, it is recommended to put your swimming pool in winter mode: like you do not use it for many months, there is no point in maintain it in the same way as in summer.

A swimming pool guide on passive and active wintering!

Distripool invites you to discover its guide on wintering. This will allow you to define whether it is better to choose the mode passive or active for your pool.

Here is the summary of our guide:

- Focus on active mode:
- Advantages and disadvantages
- Who is this technique for?
- How to set up active wintering?
- Zoom on passive mode:
- Advantages and disadvantages
- Who is this technique for?
- How to set up passive wintering?

Zoom in on active mode: advantages and disadvantages of active wintering

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Are you looking for a simple and effective solution for your swimming pool in winter? Active wintering, which consists of only filtering the pond water for between 1 and 3 hours per day, is a solution to consider. However, it is not possible for everyone to upgrade their swimming pool. slowed down for a few months

What are the advantages of active wintering?

If we generally recommend this mode to many customers, it is because it presents a certain number of advantages:

-  This solution is much less restrictive to implement than the mode passive (also called total wintering).

- Although the treatments are reduced to a minimum, they help preserve the water quality. Which will turn out to be much more practical when spring comes around. tip of his nose.  As the pump is not completely stopped, it is much less likely to present malfunctions upon restart.

- When you want to reuse your pool in the spring, it will be much easier to get it back on track This will also cost you a lot less!

What are its disadvantages?

But be careful, no solution is perfect. Here are the few disadvantages of active wintering:

- You do not use your swimming pool in winter and yet, you will have to monitor maintenance of the pool and equipment during these few months.  You will also need to clean your pool from time to time With active mode, it is therefore impossible to forget your swimming pool during the winter months

Zoom on active mode: Who is active wintering for?

You you are wondering if you can opt for active mode for your swimming pool in winter? Discover Distripool's opinion on the issue: everything depends on the geographic area you are in and your equipment

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Active wintering: a solution for swimming pools in regions with mild winters

If you live in a region where winter is mild and frost is very rare, you can without the slightest problem opt for active mode for your pelvis. Indeed, if the hydraulic circuit continues to operate while it is freezing, the consequences can be disastrous ! But as no region is truly protected from frost, the team of Distripool also considers that active wintering is only recommend to owners of swimming pools equipped with a heating and a frost-proof box. So, if the temperature drops exceptionally below 0°, the frost protection box will start automatically the filtration pump. You will thus avoid large damage come spring.

When in doubt, favor passive wintering!

In your region, some winters are cold. Snow and frost invite themselves from time to time. And you do not have a system of heating or even a frost-proof box. In this case, forget active wintering and favor passive: it is better to take all possible precautions to avoid damaging your swimming pool by winter

Zoom on active mode: How to set up active wintering?

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It is not complicated to put your swimming pool in active wintering. You just need to follow a few major steps: reducing filtration time, stopping water treatments and stopping automatic regulators. To achieve this, you must first pay attention to the water temperature. Distripool advises you in setting up active wintering for your swimming pool:

The filtration time of the pool water

When the water in the pool does not exceed above 15°, algae and other micro-organisms are no longer able to develop as well as in an environment benefiting from a higher temperature. That is why, with active wintering, you can reduce the filtration time to a minimum.

Here is the advice from the Distripool team:

- If the water reaches 12° or more, the filtering should not be modified. So for water at 14°, the filtration time is 7 hours: the water temperature divided by 2.
- If the water is less than 12°, active wintering can be implemented: the filtration time corresponding to the water temperature divided by 3. Thus, if the water is at 6°, the filtration time can be reduced to 2 hours.

The treatment water

If filtration time can be reduced, the same goes for water treatment. We recommend that you use a fungicide product specially designed for the wintering period as well as an anti-limescale product if the water in your region is very hard. One last tip: from time to time, remember to check the water balance in your pond. And act accordingly. This will be one less thing to do in the spring!

The automatic regulators are stoppedwith the exception of the frost protection box to be started!

The pH regulator, the electrolyser so many devices that you can simply shut down in winter if you opt for active wintering! For example, as the pH varies relatively little when the temperature is cool, there is no point in leaving the pH regulator on. And what about the electrolyzer? You should know that this equipment does not tolerate the cold well. It is therefore better to stop it than to risk damaging it. On the other hand, we recommend that you turn on the frost protection box for your swimming pool if you have the possibility. In fact, the filtration pump can thus be started automatically when the water begins to freeze.

Zoom on passive mode: advantages and disadvantages of passive wintering

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Are you hesitating between passive and active wintering for your swimming pool this winter? The team of Distripool intends to explain to you the advantages and disadvantages of passive mode

What are the advantages of passive wintering?

This solution, which consists of completely putting your swimming pool to sleep in winter, has many advantages. Here are the main ones:

- With passive wintering, you can completely forget about your swimming pool in winter! Useless to clean or maintain it: you have peace of mind!

- If you live in a region where winters are harsh, you will not have to worry about it do: your equipment cannot be damaged by cold or frost, provided not to restart them before spring.

What are its disadvantages?

Before implementing such a solution, it is essential to take an interest in its disadvantages. There are 2 of them:

- At the end of autumn, you need to take the time to stop your swimming pool equipment. And At the beginning of spring, you also have to think about getting them back on track. It is therefore a solution that is a little more tedious than active wintering.

- As your pool will be covered with a tarpaulin, you will not really be able to take the opportunity to admire your swimming pool for a few months But after all, it is only about aesthetics.

Please note:if you live in a region where the winters are very cold, you do not have the choice. Whatever its advantages and disadvantages, you will have to choose wintering passive

Zoom on passive mode: Who is passive wintering for?

Active wintering is recommended for individuals living in regions where winter is relatively soft. While passive wintering is the only acceptable solution in regions where winter is cold and harsh!

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Passive wintering: a solution for regions with harsh winters!

In your region, in winter, the temperature is around 0°. And very often, periods of frost follow snowfall. In this situation, you don't really have a choice if you want to find a swimming pool in good condition in spring: passive wintering!

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Lorsqu’il gèle, la pression et la densité de l’eau augmentent. Autrement dit, la glace prend plus de place que l’eau à l’état liquide. Dans une piscine, le gel est donc très dangereux : il peut détériorer les parois, les revêtements, la tuyauterie ainsi que la pompe à eau. Les conséquences peuvent être désastreuses :

- Having to repair the swimming pool in the spring: an unforeseen expense that weighs on the budget.

- The impossibility of being able to use the swimming pool as soon as the return of good weather, because we have to wait for the end of the restoration work.

- The devaluation of real estate assets

Zoom in on passive mode: How to set up the Passive wintering?

It's decided, you are going to set up passive wintering for your swimming pool. Because after all, you live in a region where frost usually rears its ugly head in winter. But how to achieve this? The first thing to know is that you must wait until the water reaches 12°: below this temperature, algae and microbes can no longer develop! Then, you will need to follow these few steps:

Clean your swimming pool before wintering

When the swimming pool is winterized, the water in the pool must be both healthy and clear. If the latter is greenish and cloudy, you must postpone wintering until later and start by cleaning the pool! If you have the slightest doubt about the hygiene of your swimming pool, we recommend that you follow the following steps:

-Vacuum up the impurities with a swimming pool robot or, if necessary, a vacuum cleaner.
- If you notice stains on the walls, use a brush to remove them.
- Clean the filter using a product suitable for your filtration system.
- If necessary, adjust the pH of the water.

Lower the water level in the pool

If in winter you should not completely empty your pool, it may still be wise to lower the water level. The objective here is to leave the suction and delivery circuits out of the water. Are you wondering why it is better not to completely empty the pool? After all, you're not going to use it all winter! In fact, this risks damaging the liner as well as the structure. You can completely change the water in the pool, but you will have to wait until spring to do so.

Interrupt the technical room and take the opportunity to evacuate the residual water from the hydraulic circuit

En In winter, you must prevent the water from freezing in the pipes. To do this, it is necessary to interrupt the technical room and evacuate the residual water from the hydraulic circuit. Here are the steps to follow:

- Empty the water present in the pump, the filter, the electrolysis cell as well as in the various regulators.

- Drain the skimmers, the broom socket as well as the delivery nozzles.

- Take the time to clean, dismantle and store the various swimming pool accessories protected from weather conditions and in a dry place: ladders, diving board, swimming against the current, etc.

Install the wintering equipment to finalize the process


Don't worry: it's almost over! You will soon no longer have to worry about your swimming pool at least until next spring!

Here are the steps to follow to complete the passive winterization process:

- Use a winterizing product (both fungicide and anti-limescale) in different places of the pelvis. Check that the product spreads well. A word of advice: if you come To use a pH corrector, wait 48 hours to pour this product into the pool. Otherwise, their effects may be canceled.

- Put in place the wintering accessories: for example, the gizzmos in the skimmers to prevent ice from spreading in the event of frost.

- Install a winter cover on the surface of your swimming pool. There are models specially designed for winter, which are both waterproof and filtering! Warning: it you need to remember to remove the snow and rainwater which will inevitably accumulate on the tarpaulin over the weeks.

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Are you afraid of not being able to carry out all these steps correctly? No issue ! A swimming pool specialist can take care of this for you! You will thus benefit from the benefits of the swimming pool without suffering the inconveniences, even if it is obviously a little extra budget!

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