With its 9 pools, Drammensbadet is one of Norway's largest water parks. The project was Enwa Badeanlegg's first major project, delivered in 2008.
In the basement of Drammen public pool, there are 5 large water treatment systems that supply the various pools with purified water. In the facilities, a total of 1500m3 of water per hour circulates for kilometers with pipes.
In the complex, there are solutions and products that create a great experience for the visitor.
With the vision of building Norway's largest water park, there would obviously be many filters to handle. With over 30 large filters in the basement, Drammensbadet chose a fully automated solution for backwashing.
A fully automatic system simplifies everyday operation and the employees have more time for other tasks.
In 2008, when the water complex was completed, fully automatic systems were a relatively new solution in the pool industry. Automatic systems are now widely used to the benefit of pool customers and pool staff all over Norway.
To supply all pools with water, Drammensbadet uses 10 large circulation pumps. The pumps run 24 hours a day, but in the evening and at night, when no one is using the pools, the frequency of the pumps is regulated down and the system uses less power.
Number of water treatment system: 5
Amount of circulated water: 1500 m3/h
Construction of pools: Tiles over concrete. Fiberglass whirlpool tub.
Handed over: 2008