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Chloramine Source-Capture Exhaust System engineered to improve your natatorium’s indoor air quality.


Paddock’s patented and patents-pending Evacuator® Technology is a source-capture system specifically designed to minimize levels of airborne chloramines and disinfectant by-products (DBPs). This is achieved by capturing these harmful and corrosive fumes at their source – the pool’s surface – and exhausting them out of the facility. Evacuator® Technology works in conjunction with the facility’s air handling system to provide an energy neutral solution for the best indoor air quality (IAQ) possible. In addition to our team’s expertise on source-capture, they also understand the intricacies of indoor pool environments and can provide guidance on best practices, systems, and solutions for maintaining a pristine facility from the ground up. Items such as water balancing and filtration equipment, secondary disinfection, HVAC/DHU selection and design, and facility maintenance all play an important role. Our team understands there is no “silver bullet” to solving the IAQ conundrum, but we have the experience and expertise to develop a comprehensive solution for any facility.

Gutter Types

R Series
C Series
M Series
Paddock Radiused Stainless Steel R300 Gutter
Paddock C100 Competition Swimming Pool Gutter
Paddock M100 Stainless Steel Gutter

Evacuator Types

New Build
Existing Pools
Paddock Evacuator and Gutter
Paddock PVC Bench Evacuator
Paddock CPRE (Chemical and Pump Room Evacuator)

Main Drain Types

Paddock Stainless Steel Main Drain
Paddock Stainless Steel Main Drain
Paddock Stainless Steel Main Drain

Filter Types

Paddock Regenerative Filter
Horizontal Sand
Paddock Horizontal Fiberglass Filtration Systems
Vacuum Sand
Paddock Vacuum Sand Filtration Systems
Paddock Vertical Pressure Sand Filtration Systems

Deck Equipment Types

Rail Goods
Paddock Stainless Steel Tread Ladders
Starting Platforms
Paddock Stainless Steel Starting Platforms
Lifeguard Gear
Paddock Satinless Steel Observation Platforms
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