Chlorine Free Pool Water
Thanks to the innovative veder Poolbox swimming in chlorine-free private pools is finally possible. This powerful and environmentally friendly veder technology makes sure you swim in crystal clear water.
With our knowhow from the veder world patent, we are helping to provide the purest process water for hygienically clean packaging in the beverage industry for many years. Our unique veder membrane filtration technology is now also used for private pools.
The core of the Poolbox are the veder membrane filters with its ability to filter impurities and very small particles such as bacteria.
Our well-designed solution – the veder pool concept – allows the maximum reduction of active agents such as active oxygen compounds and remover of nutrients for algae. This comprehensive solution is an attractive and affordable alternative to natural pools.
The pH regulation can be dispensed with if the total hardness of the water is below 6 ° dH (German Hardness).
Otherwise we recommend decalcifying the water or a normal pH control to prevent calcification of the membrane filter and the pool.
Our unique veder membrane filtration technology is now also available for private pools.
Simple Mechanical Principle
The handling is simple, because the Poolbox is based on mechanical principles. No sensitive electronics are installed. The veder Poolbox is also well suited for outdoor utility rooms.
The efficient design of the Poolbox is constructed in a way ready for connection. Therefore, retrofitting your pool with a Poolbox is easy.
Price incl. VAT EUR 5.880,–
veder Poolbox Pro
Fully automatic membrane filtration for private pools with highest requirements. Based on the know-how of 24/7 use in the beverage industry, we have adapted our technology to the requirements of the high-end private pool and developed the veder Poolbox Pro.
The fully automated veder Poolbox Pro can be controlled by the touch panel on the machine. The Poolbox Pro is also accessable remotely by the owner or our maintenance technicians.
Besides filtration, the veder Poolbox Pro control contains intelligent functions such as a self-test as well as fully automated backwash and self-cleaning. We are happy to work on a highly individual solution together with your pool planner.
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Cost & Installation
The sales price is EUR 5,880 including VAT.
As an industrial company, we are partners to pool builders and installers. You buy the veder poolbox via these Pool Partners, who also take on the installation of the system. If you do not yet have a pool builder, we will be happy to put you in touch with a partner. Contact us...
No, the veder poolbox is an additional treatment stage. A partial flow (approx. 2 m³/h) of the water circulated via the filter pump is conveyed via the veder poolbox.
No, the veder poolbox is an additional treatment stage after sand filtration and therefore does not require an additional pump.
We are partners to pool builders and installers and are expanding our partner network. We would be happy to advise your pool builder directly.
The system has a base area of 55 x 65 cm and a height of 1 m.
Yes. Subsequent installation is possible. The veder poolbox is ready for connection. Please check the space requirements and the possibility of connecting to the sewer and fresh water.
The use of the veder poolbox is suitable for pools up to a size of 10 x 4 m. For larger systems, we are happy to coordinate the possible uses individually with the pool planner.
The veder poolbox is integrated into the circuit after the filter system in a bypass. A ½" fresh water connection and a DN50 sewer connection are also required.
A partial flow of approx. 2 - 3 m³/h is conveyed via the veder pool box. Depending on the setting of the ByPass.
Yes, instead of a sand filter, a cartridge filter can also be used for coarse filtration.
The veder Poolbox Pro is a fully automatic system, based on our Waterbox for the beverage industry. The cost is about 10 times higher than the Poolbox. The Poolbox Pro is designed project-specifically.
Operation & Maintenance
The system is manually backwashed once a week. By operating 2 valves, the direction of flow is changed and the membrane filters are flushed into the sewer with pool water. This process takes about 30 seconds.
The membrane filters are cleaned 1-2 times per season (similar to the process of descaling an espresso machine). The operator can also carry out this process himself, taking into account the safety instructions.
No. The pool can be operated chlorine-free with our patent-pending solution. The water quality is influenced so positively by the membrane filtration that the addition of active oxygen in combination with the phosphate binder is sufficient to achieve a satisfactory water quality under normal operating conditions. Dosing can be done manually or by means of an automatic dosing system.
If the water hardness is above 6 degrees DH, the pH value is regulated in the range of 7.0 to 7.4. The alternative would be filling and refilling using a softening system, which is often available in houses or is also planned for new buildings.
Then the pH value of the water usually levels off at just over 8, similar to natural pools and lakes.
Active oxygen and phosphate binder can be dosed manually (approx. once a week) or automatically and continuously using a dosing system. There is no need for pH regulation with our system if the total hardness of the water does not exceed 6°DH. Then the pH value - similar to natural waters - levels off in the range of approx. pH 8.
The veder poolbox itself does not require any consumables or a power connection. So there are no direct running costs. The consumption and costs of the operating materials for disinfection, pH regulation and phosphate binder depend on the pool size, use and the selected process.
The veder poolbox does not require a separate power connection, as this is supplied with water via the filter pump.
The weekly backwash is extremely efficient and takes only about 30 seconds - about 20% of the backwash process of a sand filter. The water consumption depends on the performance of the filter pump. For example, with a pump capacity of 10 m³/h, approx. 85 liters are flushed into the sewer when the veder pool box is backwashed. (10,000 l/h : 3600 sec x 30 sec)
With conventional pool systems, the water level in outdoor pools is lowered in autumn and pipes and system parts that are at risk of frost are emptied. In the spring, the pool is emptied, cleaned and refilled. In addition to the frost issues, this is also due to the fact that concentrations of undesirable disinfection by-products are avoided.
With the patent-pending process combination of veder poolbox, active oxygen dosing and phosphate binder, many unwanted substances are filtered out on the one hand, which do not have to be eliminated by disinfection or do not arise in the first place, and on the other hand, no unwanted chlorine by-products are generated due to the gentle form of treatment . Therefore, the water can be used over several seasons (usually 2 to 3 seasons) if the pool technology is also in operation throughout the winter. Discuss the technical requirements for this with your pool builder or ask us!
The membrane filters are the heart of the system. Here the finest particles are filtered out of the water down to the size of bacteria. The membrane filters are in constant industrial use and therefore very durable. Depending on the care, the lifespan in a private pool is up to 10 years.
The membrane filtration with the veder pool box creates the best conditions for operating your pool all year round. No more dumping water in the fall and tedious cleaning in the spring. No unsightly pool during half of the year. Day after day, week after week, month after month, crystal clear water for your pool for years. This also saves valuable fresh water.
The veder poolbox can either be operated frost-proof with the entire system in winter or it can be emptied and put away for the winter.
Environmental influences such as thunderstorms, leaves or intensity of use always have an effect on the water quality in every system. Our combination of processes, for which a patent is pending, makes it possible for the first time to operate pools without chlorine. In the case of increased stress, you can counteract this by increasing the active oxygen supply.