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SHOW PREVIEW


Pool & Spa At LIW 2014 Is Set To Make Waves


WE PREVIEW THE POOL & SPA SECTOR AT LIW, THE ANNUAL THREE DAY SHOW AT THE NEC THAT AIMS TO OFFER COMMERCIAL OWNERS AND OPERATORS THE COMPLETE PACKAGE


By Jon Wadeson L


eisure Industry Week (LIW) has provided a valuable service to the leisure sector for 25 years, creating the perfect platform for operators and suppliers to network, exchange ideas and share the latest innovations. Taking place 30 September to 2 October at Birmingham’s NEC, this year’s Pool & Spa sector will provide the annual meeting place for the UK’s commercial pool and spa professionals. From digital ‘Learn to Swim’ schemes, pool based alternative therapy techniques and filtration systems through to swimwear, pool platforms and towels, textiles and accessories, lockers and lifeguards, there really is something for everyone within the sector.


At LIW 2014, STA will host the STA Swim Zone for a second year, providing an exciting programme of demonstrations from all aspects of pool utilisation. The STA will be launching and demonstrating their brand new Photometer, a digital technology allowing real time analysis, alerts and reporting, live in the swimming pool. Visitors will also be able to see a number of live swimming, lifesaving, fitness classes and pool plant


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demonstrations, as well as hearing from some of the UK’s leading suppliers of aquatic services and products to the leisure industry. Theo Millward, Operations Director at


STA, says: “We are committed to providing the industry with ever more efficient and effective resources that will help to ease the burden of pool plant managers. The launch of our Photometer is just the latest example of how STA is proactively seeking new and exciting solutions that meet the demands of today.”


Having launched in September last year, the Register of Aquatic Professionals (RAPs) will return to LIW to share their progress and plans for the future. The aquatic register has been developed by the three leading industry organisations, ASA, RLSS and STA, to increase quality throughout the industry and showcase the skills and qualifications of those working within it. At LIW there will be an opportunity to learn and develop skills as RAPs host aquatic specific workshops and seminars, endorsed by SkillsActive. As the UK’s largest manufacturer and distributor of wet leisure equipment, the Certikin Commercial team are looking


Certikin Dosing Equipment


Car Competition On the Wednesday of the Show (1 October) the Certikin stand will host the draw for the winner of Certikin’s car competition. Launched in January to promote the Certidos dosing range, the competition winner will receive the keys to a brand new Smart ForTwo Edition 21 Coupe car. If that sounds pretty good to you, it’s not too late to enter! Buy any Certikin dosing equipment in the 2014 Price List up to the end of August, complete the competition entry form and receive points for entry into the prize draw. For instance, the purchase of a Certikin board mounted system gives ten draw entry points; tank, bund and pumps sets, dosing pumps and peristaltic systems two points; dosing accessories one point. To qualify, all dosing products must be paid for to terms and conditions before the competition closing date of 31 August 2014.


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