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We make purifying the water in your pool fast, efficient and affordable.

At Cooper’s Pool Water Purification we simplify the water purification process to provide our customers the cleanest, freshest pool water without wasting a drop.

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We purify pool water in gyms, communities, apartments, hotels, HOAs, and vacation rentals.

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We proudly serve residences in Orange County and surrounding area. We travel to your pool.

At Cooper’s Pool Water Purification we’re passionate at providing our customers with the cleanest, safest pool water. We utilize the revolutionary Puripool Process developed in San Diego, California by Pure Water Industries. The Puripool Process utilizes reverse osmosis to filter out Total Dissolved Solids, Calcium, excess Stabilizer (Cyanuric Acid), Phosphates, Nitrates, and other contaminants all while conserving the existing water in your pool.


The Puripool Advantage

Our mobile trailer is powered by the Puripool Process. We take in pool water saturated with dissolved solids, calcium, stabilizer, nitrates, phosphates, and more, run it through multiple Reverse Osmosis membranes, each one capturing the microscopic contaminants in your pool water. Once the process is complete, out comes water so clean, you can drink it.

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  • Why choose Cooper’s Pool Water Purification?
    We are dedicated to our service providing a smooth and hassle-free experience. Give your pool water a fresh start.
  • How Does it work?
    Our mobile trailer is equipped with a diesel generator, reverse osmosis filters, and four hoses. A pool intake hose, a return hose, a hose connected to fresh water, and a drain hose for contaminates to be released into the sewer. The water comes in through the intake hose at one end of the pool, the contaminants are filtered out of the water and released down the drain. Fresh water is added back to the supply to refill any water lost and then pumped back into the other end of the pool.
  • What happens to the contaminants?
    The contaminants collected during the filtering process are removed from the water, concentrated and disposed of into the sewer.
  • How long does it take?
    The process largely depends on the size of the pool and the amount of total dissolved solids in the water. We take an initial reading before starting the process and can provide a more accurate time prediction. The process however usually takes between 6 and 12 hours.
  • Is it loud?
    No. The generator and filters are enclosed within a large trailer which does a lot to muffle the sound.
  • Can I use the pool while it’s being filtered?
    Yes. The entire process is completely safe. The intake and return hoses are only an inch and a half in diameter. No electrical equipment ever goes near the pool.
  • What can I expect after it’s done?
    Aside from swimming in the freshest, safest water available the pool will have to go through an initial balancing. However, it will require much less chlorine and stabilizer than before.
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