Liquid nitrogen demonstration illustrating the effectiveness of the Paddock Evacuator Bench Source Capture System.
Liquid nitrogen demonstration illustrating the effectiveness of the Paddock Evacuator Deck Drain Source Capture System.
Liquid nitrogen demonstration illustrating the effectiveness of the Paddock Evacuator Gutter Source Capture System.
This is a five minute video overview of Paddock Evacuator Systems.
Hosted by three time Olympic Swimming Coach David Marsh.
This is a great place to start learning about Chloramine issues, health concerns and the solution provided by the Paddock Evacuator.
This is a one minute video to show you the effectiveness of the Paddock Evacuator™ in actual facilities using liquid nitrogen.
The liquid nitrogen represents chloramines and other harmful disinfectant by-products just above the pool’s surface.
Here, you’ll see the Paddock Evacuator Bench, Paddock Evacuator In-Deck, and Paddock Evacuator In-Gutter in action.
January 17, 2013
The Rock Hill YMCA Aquatics Center is home to the area’s largest aquatics programming and facility. The facility boasts two pools, one being a 25 yard x 25 meter competition pool and the other is a 6-lane 25 yard warm water pool.
The Evacuator was installed May 2012 to solve their air quality issues, which were a big problem during swim practices, meets, and when the pool(s) experienced heavy loads – an often occurrence.
The On-Demand Evacuator System has controls the chloramine issues in real-time solving all of their air quality issues.
Mountain View Aquatic Center in Marietta GA had a reputation for bad indoor air quality, due to airborne chloramines. Many pools suffer from this, and the only solution is the Paddock Evacuator. This video shows how effective the Evacuator is at removing airborne chloramines (represented by liquid nitrogen gas).
This demonstration video for Mountain View Aquatic Center was produced by J Howard Bach @ Hot Lava Media Productions. The videography and editing was provided by Nick Bach Videography.
An email sent from USA Swimming’s Coaching Connection says it all – including a bold statement that should be posted in every pool, both indoors and outdoors.