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- Outdoor Swimming Pools
- Indoor Swimming Pools
- Covered Swimming Pools
- Types of Pools by Environment Used
- Private House-Villa Pools (UHE-2 Scope)
- Types of Swimming Pools for General Use (Includes TSE 11899)
Classification of Swimming Pools by Purpose of Use
Swimming Pools by Purpose of Use
- Fun Pools
- Competition Pools
- Training Pools
- Fluttering Pools
- Children’s Pools
- Cold Water (shock) Pools
- Massage Pools
- Therapy Pools
- Hot Spring Pools
- Action Pools
- Water games Pools
- Wave Pools
According to the Position of the Swimming Pool Bowl:
- Swimming pools built on the ground (without excavation)
- Pools made by digging into the soil
- Swimming Pools According to the Overflow System of the Pool
- Overflow System Swimming Pools
- Skimmer Swimming Pools
- Swimming Pools by Type of Water Used
- Swimming Pools with Fresh Water
- Swimming Pools with Sea Water
- Swimming Pools According to Nutrition System
- Bottom-fed Swimming Pools
- Wall (side) fed Swimming Pools
Swimming Pools According to Disinfection Systems
- Swimming Pools Purified with Chemical Substances
- Chemical Dosing with Dosing Pump
- Automatic Chemical Dosing
- Disinfection with Chlorinator-Brominator Devices
- Disinfection with Electrophysics System
- Disinfection with Ultraviolet
Sporty Purpose Pools-(They are sized according to international rules.)
- Training Pools
- Fluttering Pools
- Competition Pools
- a) Semi-Olympic Swimming Pools: In practice, six-lane training pools are built as 25×16 m.
- b) Full Olympic Swimming Pools: The ideal size of an eight-lane swimming pool: 50×25 m/minimum size 50×21 m.
- c) Water Polo Pools: It can be within the Olympic pool. If water polo is to be played in the Olympic pool, the depth of the pool water should be 2.20 cm. The size of the water polo court is 20×30 m. The special water polo pool is 33 m/33 cmx21 m.
- d) Jumping and Diving Pools (with tower and trampoline)
- e) Rafting and Canoe Competition Pools
Swimming Pool Types
Swimming Pool Types and Depths According to TS 11899
The depth of the jumping pools is at least 3.40 m. should be.
Deep Pools (For those who can swim)
The depth of such pools should be more than 1.35.
Pools of Changing Depth
Pools of varying depth have an adjustable height intermediate floor. With this, the water depth can be changed completely or partially according to the need.
In wave pools, the water depth is changed by emptying and filling the water and storing the difference volume. All pool sections, including the wave room, must be subject to continuous circulation of clean water. If a tank is used to change the level of the pool water and if water remains in this tank for more than 20 minutes, this place should also be included in the circulation of clean water. In no case should the amount of free chlorine in the tank and other volumes fall below the value in the pool water.
Shallow Pools (For non-swimmers)
Its depth should be between 0.6 m and 1.35 m.
Pools with Water Attractions
attractions; For example, underwater massage stations, bottom sprayers, flow channels, counter-current facilities, etc. should only be operated with pool water or clean water. In case the system does not work in the water or air installations and channels in contact with the pool water, a flow with clean water or pool water should be provided. Not mandatory for small plumbing.
Water Slide Pools
The depth of the pools for the water slide should be 1.0 m and the minimum water area should be 4.0 x 6.0 m. Only pool water or clean water should be used for water slides.
The depth of these pools is at most 0.5 m. They should have a separate water treatment facility.
Foot Washing Pools
Its depth should be between 0.10 m and 0.15 m. It should be planned to be on the route of the people who will enter the pool. It should be emptied. An overflow channel is not needed.
Small pools areas should be no more than 96 m2. They are installed according to low user load. Depending on the user load, the capacity of the water treatment plant increases. Depending on the capacity of the water treatment plant, the number of users per hour may be limited.
Hot Massage Pools
Massage pools are pools that foam with the push of hot water and air, and where people are in at the same time or separately, and there is a continuous circulation of clean water. The water temperature is at most 37 oC.
Hot Massage Pool (Detached)
Detached massage pools are in such a way that it is not possible for their users to switch to other pool facilities. Massage pools should be arranged in such a way that the seating of the users is clearly visible. A water volume of at least 0.4 m3 should be foreseen for each seating. Their volume should be at least 1.6 m3 and the water depth should be at most 1.0 m.
Hot Massage Pools (Combined Use)
Combined-use massage pools are built inside the swimming pool and swimmers can use them according to their wishes. The volume of each individual massage pool should be at least 1.6 m3, and the water depth should be 1.0 m at the most. Such facilities can be operated together with the preparation facility of the swimming pool or with a separate preparation facility by increasing the capacity of the preparation equipment accordingly. The volume of the general pool with hot massage pool must be at least 4m3.
For swimmers at high risk of infection (hospitals, clinics, etc.). The water depth should be maximum 1.35 m. The water temperature should be about 35oC. The design of the pool should be designed in the most appropriate way for the treatment and should allow intervention. Therapy pools should have ozone-stage water preparation facility.
The water depth in the movement (gymnastics) pools should be at most 1.35m and these pools should have an ozone-stage water preparation facility.
Cold Water Pools (Shock pools)
Depths should be between 1.10 and 1.35 m, water areas should be up to 10 m2. Cold water pools, the volume of which does not exceed 2 m3, can be operated with a continuous flow of filling water. In this case, the water temperature should not exceed 15oC. Filling water should be chlorinated so that the free chlorine value in the pool is 0.3 – 0.6 mg/lt. The water flowing into the overflow channel should be discharged and supplemented with clean water (from the Mains). Added water is 60 l per person. should not be less than The pumping point of the filling water should be at the bottom of the pool. Cold water pools with a volume greater than 2 m3 must have a water preparation facility.
Water Depth of Pools, Water Area Per Capita, Rated Load and Circulation Flow