We have compiled some links to external resources about the industry's standards, as well as health impacts of natatorium air quality problems. Trichloramine, trihalomethane, and other disinfection byproducts (DBPs) have shown to case various health concerns with people. These are several of the studies done. Sources listed here are deemed credible by virtue of their publishers: Government agencies like the CDC, EPA, and NIH, as well as many universities and science journals.
Every pool is different, but these byproducts are an issue worldwide.
As mentioned many times on our website, the challenge is communication between design teams, facility owners and operators. If everyone prioritizes indoor air quality, and designs the natatorium properly, these issues can be prevented.
If you have chloramine problems in an existing facility, or you are building a new natatorium, please contact us.