Pool Filter Balls

Pool Filter Balls Specification

Products NamePool cleaning filter ball
ColorWhite/yellow/black Balls
Specifications40mm, 50mm
Packagesvacuum packing, With Customization
Weights3g, 5g, Customization
Application ScenarioSPA, Water Park, Pool, Hot Tup
Place of OriginShandong, China
FunctionPool Cleaning
Single Package Size38X26X6 cm
Single gross weight2.000 kg
Package TypeFloating swimming pool chlorine dispenser in drum / bucket / bottle
Filter Size3-5 microns

Lead time

Quantity (bags)1 – 10001001 – 30003001 – 5000> 5000
Lead time (days)153045To be negotiated

The production process of swimming pool filter balls

All About Pool Filter Ball

1. Definition: Pool Filter Ball

A pool filter ball is a spherical filtration material used for filtering swimming pool water. It is made of polypropylene or nylon, hollow, and has multiple small holes inside. As pool water passes through the filter ball, dirt and impurities are filtered out, leaving clear water behind.

2. Pool Filter Ball Type

There are two main types of pool filter balls:

Spherical Filter Ball: The most common type, usually made of polypropylene.

Porous Filter Ball: Made of nylon, with multiple small holes inside.

Function: The primary function of the pool filter ball is to filter swimming pool water, removing dirt and impurities. It also helps improve the flow of pool water, making it clearer and healthier.

3. Related Concepts (Nodes) & Relationships (Edges)

Materials: Made from polyethylene (or similar materials) which is 100% recyclable.

Advantage: Lightweight compared to sand.
Efficiency: Filter balls have a finer grain which can filter smaller particles than traditional sand.

Advantage: Provides clearer water.
Maintenance: Easier to backwash and requires less water than sand.

Advantage: Saves water and energy.
Lifespan: Depending on the product and usage, it can last several years.

Comparison: Longer lifespan than traditional sand.
Application: Used in both residential and commercial pool filtration systems.

Note: Suitable for all types of pool filters that use sand.
Cost: Typically more expensive than sand initially.

Advantage: Cost-effective in the long run due to reduced maintenance and replacement costs.
Environmental Impact: Eco-friendly alternative to sand as they are often recyclable and reduce the need for mining sand.

4. How to Use

Pool filter balls are typically installed in pool filters. Place the filter balls into the filter’s chamber, then insert the chamber into the filter. Turn on the filter, and the water will be filtered through the filter ball.

5. Pool Filter Ball Maintenance

Pool filter balls need to be cleaned and replaced regularly. To clean the filter ball, a soft brush or hose can be used. Filter balls typically need to be replaced every two years.

6. Here are some examples of using pool filter balls

For home pools: Spherical filter balls are typically used, measuring 4 inches or 6 inches.
For commercial pools: Porous filter balls are commonly used, measuring 8 inches or 10 inches.
For hot tubs: Either spherical or porous filter balls are used, measuring 2 inches or 3 inches.

7. Related Products

Pool Filter: The main equipment where the pool filter ball is used.

Pool Pumps: Works in tandem with pool filters to circulate the water.

Pool Chemicals: Used to maintain the chemical balance of the pool water.

8. Misconceptions

Some people might think pool filter balls can replace the need for pool chemicals, which is not accurate. Both have different functions in maintaining pool water quality.