Aqualias’ engineers have been providing bespoke control solutions for over 20 years. These have been installed for most of the major pool companies as well of course on our own projects.
Each control panel is built specifically for your project and will integrate a number of standard features with the special needs of your pool.
As you would expect each panel provides the statutory requirements in terms of electrical fuse and earth protection and does this in a commercial standard stove enameled metal cabinet featuring door locks and a switch interlocked door handle so that access can only occur after the panel is turned off.
Our panels feature low voltage controls of switches for pool room operation, such as under water lights, spa features and special feature pumps etc. Our panels also connect related devices so that when the pool cover is on the pool then the air temperature reduces and the pool lights automatically turn off.
We integrate many more advanced features as you would expect as a leader in the field for 20 years. Excuse us if we don’t give away all our secrets on here. You can never be sure who is listening!
The Aqualia Pilot
Aqualia’s engineers have for the last 15 years been supplying a number of special panels for the use of the indoor pool trade. An important member of this select bunch has been the EPS Pilot. The pilot is a multifunction control panel that controls some of the more basic dehumidifiers on the market. The pilot boasts not one but three digital controllers and these are calibrated to provide close control of
- Pool water temperature
- Pool air temperature
- Pool air relative humidity
The Pilot panel came into existence with the demise of some old industry favourites. Wind back the clock between 15 and 25 years and the pool trade were devoted to the Sensair and Certikin Indoor Pool Controllers. These were title the SP100, SP200 SP 1000 and SP2000. When these units were taken out of production the Pilot was born and it is an easy fit replacement for all of these former favourites
Need to supply photos of the Pilot and the early Sensair and Certikin controllers