The Team Behind the Swim Team

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Working Together to Improve IAQ and support safe swim education

NEW | For every Seresco unit sold with a Paddock Evacuator®, Seresco will provide one child with swim lessons through Step Into Swim. Paddock Pool Equipment Co has offered to do the same, which means that for every Seresco unit sold with a Paddock Evacuator® through this initiative, we will provide two children with swim lessons that last a lifetime.

Step Into Swim, in partnership with Every Child A Swimmer, is a Pool & Hot Tub Alliance initiative committed to safe swim education and drowning prevention and is run by Rowdy Gaines, 3x Olympic gold medalist and our 2022 IAQ spokesperson.

We are pleased to work with Paddock Pool Equipment to improve IAQ and support an organization that is near and dear to Rowdy’s heart.

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Supplying air to the breathing zone is critical for not only swimmers but also coaches

A message from Rowdy Gaines, 3x Olympic gold medalist and IAQ spokesperson:

Supplying air to the breathing zone is critical for not only swimmers but also coaches.

The single most important focus of the HVAC design is to provide adequate supply air down into the breathing zone (at the deck level and water surface). The supply air from the HVAC system has been conditioned and filtered with outdoor air blended in. When supply air is delivered down into the breathing zone, swimmers, coaches and volunteers will enjoy the best possible air quality. A properly designed facility will adequately control and remove chloramines while providing the treated and conditioned air to where it is most needed.

Check out Chapter 4 “Indoor Air Quality” of the Natatorium Design Guide to learn more.

With #MakeChangeIAQ, we hope to change the way people think about the indoor pool environment and ensure more communities have a greater awareness and deeper understanding of the importance of good IAQ. Not only does IAQ affect the health and comfort of the swimmers, but it also affects the communities they’re connected to, particularly their parents and other supporters in the stands, their coaches, the volunteers and facility managers. These communities make up what we like to call the Team Behind the Swim Team.

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