Condensation was responsible for a number of difficulties at the City of Myrtle Beach’s Pepper Geddings Recreation Center–the sagging roof above the facility’s pool was plagued by mold, mildew, and rust.
New technologies can provide optimal natatorium environmental control and energy savings. Today’s indoor pool dehumidifiers and outside air ventilation systems technology has changed so much over the last decade.
What is invisible to the eye is often still prevalent to the other senses. Indoor aquatic facilities, despite being open and vast, often harbor poor indoor air quality (IAQ), which can result in occupational asthmatic-related issues, throat, nasal, and eye irritation, and other health-related symptoms.