The essential difference between a natural pool, TeichMeister System swimming ponds and other systems is the way in which the water is processed and the stabilising of nutrients in the pond.
With the TeichMeister System, we give the pond a planted filter zone with circulating water. Nutrients are stored primarily in the substrate of the filter zone.
The biomass in the substrate and/or root area of the filter zone is supplied rapidly and efficiently with oxygen and the nutrients dissolved in the pond water through the permanent enforced throughflow of water.
Filtration helps decompose soluble nutrients and keeps the biomass in the pond in a stable, aerobic condition in the long term.
The pond quickly finds its biological equilibrium.
Compared with systems where water does not flow through the regenerative zone, the rate of decomposition of nutrients is considerably more efficient.
The aerobic conversion of nutrients in the filter also has the effect of reducing pH levels.
The biological filter system is designed individually for each project.