Dark blue solar pool covers are the ones that best keep the heat in the pool. However, while heat absorption is greater with a darker colored solar cover, the net heat gained during the day is lower than with transparent roofs. When you heat tens of thousands of gallons of water, knowing the differences between transparent and blue pool covers can save money and keep your pool at a comfortable temperature. The following are some considerations to consider when choosing a pool solar cover, including the dimensions, material, thickness and color of the pool.
To store them temporarily, for example, when you are swimming but are going to put the rings back in the pool later, you can simply stack them near the pool. However, darker colored covers aren't as good for gaining heat, so if you want to heat your pool with a cover, the darker shade isn't the best option. The chemical naturally dissipates over a certain period of time, depending on the size of the pool and the amount of liquid solar cover you have to use. And don't worry if you have a unique pool shape, you can cut out a solar blanket to customize it perfectly for your pool.
This pool cover has microbubbles and a blue layer of polyethylene to prevent UV rays from breaking down chlorine so quickly. The pool's circular solar cover has thick air bubbles that help absorb and transfer heat from the sun to the water, raising the temperature slowly throughout the day. Solar pool covers capture energy from the sun and transfer it directly to the pool water to keep it warm. The liquid solar shell contains aliphatic alcohols, which form a monolayer film on the surface of the water, requiring water molecules that escape upward to consume energy and force adjacent molecular chains to separate enough to pass between them.
Secondly, solar covers help pool water to absorb and retain heat, keeping it at a more pleasant temperature for longer. In the U.S., opaque solar pool covers block nearly twice the amount of energy from the light that heats the pool, compared to transparent covers. We have a polyethylene tarp and a winter solar cover, which are intended to protect the covers rolled up on a reel. It's important to note that neither the solar rings nor the square rings will cover every inch of the pool's water.