Two temporary Olympic-size swimming pools were constructed at CHI Health Center in Omaha, Nebraska, exclusively to host the trials for the 2021 Summer Games in Tokyo. To comply with the needs of the competitors, the pools were operated using some of the most advanced water chemistry technologies available – including regenerative media filtration, ultraviolet disinfection, and demand-based chlorination using Pulsar® Precision calcium hypochlorite feed systems from Sigura.
The trials for the 2021 Tokyo Summer Games encompassed 12 days of intense competition. During this time it was critical to maintain optimally balanced water chemistry to ensure the health and safety of the competing swimmers. In addition, a national television audience was watching as cameras captured all the underwater action. Pool clarity had be sparkling every minute.