Personal protective equipment

Personal protective equipment, commonly referred to as "PPE", is equipment worn to minimize exposure to hazards that cause serious workplace injuries and illnesses. These injuries and illnesses may result from contact with chemical, radiological, physical, electrical, mechanical, or other workplace hazards. Personal protective equipment may include items such as gloves, safety glasses and shoes, earplugs or muffs, hard hats, respirators, or coveralls, vests and full body suits.

  • Eye and head area
  • Arms, chest and abdomen
  • Feet and legs

Equipment & materials

Equipment refers to tangible and durable assets that help in the production of other goods and services. Examples of equipment are things like machinery, tools, devices, etc. Materials, on the other hand, form the base of the product. This is the basic difference between equipment and materials.

PVC Chromed Brass or Copper Galvanized and Cast Iron Pipes

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Choose Smaa Egypt who is qualified with extensive experience and who will still be around when you need future service. Choose quality products from Smaa Eqypt. We have existed for more than 30 years and we build our business long term for a safe pool ownership. Welcome to the family!


Congratulations on your swimming pool. It will bring you and your family lots of joy and relaxing moments. For you to be able to fully enjoy your pool, it is important that your water has the correct values. Then your water will be crystal clear and you can take pleasure in your pool! Smaa has developed a complete care program for your pool, so that you as a pool owner should always have crystal clear pool water with simplicity.

Chemist/ Ayman Awni


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Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions

• Pool water should be shock chlorinated every 2-4 weeks, depending on bath load.
• Always dose chemicals in the evening after the last bath.
• Do not mix chemicals with each other, nor different types of chlorine.

When the “free” chlorine reacts with organic matter, it turns into something called “bound” chlorine, and that’s when you feel a so- called “chlorine smell”.

No, not as long as the levels for pH, chlorine, total alkalinity, calcium hardness and cyanuric acid are kept within recommended val- ues.
Normally only a small amount of water needs to be replaced.
New water is normally added to replace the water that is washed away during the regular backwash of the sand filter.

No, the pump function is to circulate the pool water.
The flow is important for your pool to work optimally and a larger pump than necessary does not give better purification.
It is important that the pump, filters, skimmers and inlets are dimensioned relatively to each other.
Only a larger pump does not give better cleaning, it only increases water flow through the filter, which leads to poorer filtration and higher energy consumption.

No it’s just another way of adding chlorine.
No manual addition of chlorine needs to be done when production of chlorine is via a salt chlorinator.
You still need to measure your chlorine level just as in a normal chlorinated swimming pool.
Even salinity need to be kept at a recommended level.