World Aquatic Health Conference
Chloramine Prevention Study

Robert Burrows and Dr. Wolfram Hartwig presented findings from SureWater Technologies' study to determine the direct effect of high capacity vacuum induction sodium hypochlorite feed on chloramine development in indoor swimming facilities. This study revealed a significant reduction in chloramine formation as a result of using "The Solution" Chemical Feed System as the sole source of disinfection.

Studies were conducted in conjunction with Harper and Company of Newport News, VA and hosted by the Robert I. Bickford Natatorium (Prince Georges Community College, Largo, MD) and the Montgomery Aquatic Center (Montgomery County Recreation Department, N. Bethesda, MD).

Inquiries on this study should be directed to Robert Burrows via email at A brief summary of the study results and the presentation slide show are available by clicking on the links below.

Chloramine Prevention Study Summary (PDF)

Study Slide Presentation (PPT)

Study Data Graphic (JPG)
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Professional Pool Operators of America

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Left to right: Robert Burrows (SureWater Technologies),
Kent Williams (Professional Pool Operators of America), Thomas Lachocki (NSPF) and Wolfram Hartwig (Worldwide Pool Consulting)