SPLASH! October-November 2013 Edition 90 is out now. Some of the topics covered include:
Putting the “aahhh” back in spas
Kim Ball looks at ways to ensure spa comfort is the priority, whether in concrete inbuilt spas or the portable variety.
Viewing panels and pool windows are becoming very popular on high-end residential pools, but when is glass better, and when should you use acrylic?
The big attraction
Jennifer Harbottle looks at how aquatic management is using theme park secrets to turn aquatic centres into popular family destinations.
Cal Stanley looks at cartridges as a viable and convenient way to filter pool water, especially when coupled with a pre-filter and a variable speed pump.
Usher child entrapment sparks suction concern
Suction entrapment has become a hot topic in the United States after the son of a famous rapper just managed to escape with his life.
Remember the three Rs: Repair, Replace, Refund
The ACCC offers advice to ensure business owners are aware of their obligations under the Australia Consumer Law.
Are retailers delivering what customers expect?
Larry Bloom looks at why well-trained knowledgeable staff are considered more favourably by shoppers than superior service or strong personal relationships.
A new enterprise resource planning solution has helped integrate and enhance processes across a swimming pool group’s global operations.
Ideas hatching at Turtle Beach
A Queensland holiday resort has been trialling a new chlorine-free system with the aim of reducing chloramine smell and improving water clarity.
And of course, there is all the news and statistics pertinent to the swimming pool and spa industry.