Poolguard -Inground Pool Alarm PGRM-2E (For Use in Europe Only)

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The Pool guard PGRM-2E pool alarm is now being used in France to meet regulations where they require that the alarm meet EU standards and have a notified body number (CE 0359).

Internet swimming pool store Everything4pools.com, Inc. http://www.everything4pools.com now features the Poolguard Swimming pool alarm PGRM-2E (For use in Europe). Complete with an in-house remote receiver that has a range up to 60 meters (200 ft.), the remote receiver operates on 230V, 50hz. The Poolguard PGRM-2E is available online at: http://everything4pools.com/product_info.php?products_id=2766 for $249.00 US.

A new law has been passed in France, and is due to be in, Spain, that pool safety measures must be increased. Many people worry that the look of their pools may ruin by fencing off, or using pool covers or netting when the pool is not in use. Installing a simple pool alarm could be the answer.

Responsible pool owners know that child supervision is necessary, even mandatory, but is simply not enough.

The Poolguard POOL ALARM, once installed in the pool, cannot be de-activated; it is always in the alarm ready mode.

Tamper Proof: The Poolguard alarm will sound if someone tries to remove it from the pool.

Sleep mode: when you would like to use your pool, simply remove the alarm from the pool and put it into sleep mode.

Automatic Wake-up: The Poolguard Pool Alarm will automatically wake up and run a system test when installed into the pool.

Audible low battery indicator at the poolside alarm is also indicated by the in house remote receiver.

New sensing technology provides less chance of false alarms due to wind, rain or small objects such as sticks or toys entering the water.

Works with pool up to 20' x 40' 74m2 (800 sq. ft.)

The Poolguard Pool Alarm can be used with a solar blanket.

Poolguard Pool Alarms are designed to detect intrusions similar to a one year old child weighing 7 kg (18 pounds) and up.

Most reliable, advanced, and affordable alarm available.

The alarm meets EU standards and has a notified body number CE0359

The law clearly states:

Open-air pools, buried or partially buried, for private individual or collective use, built from Jan 1st 2004, must be fitted with a standardized safety device.

Pools built before this date must comply by Jan 1st 2006. However seasonal letting properties must comply by May 1st 2004 (amended from the original deadline of Jan 1st 2004).

Failure to comply is punishable by a €45,000 fine. "Collectively used pools" are not open to the public but only to customers and owners, such as those in the grounds of hotels, restaurants, campsites, seasonally let properties and pools shared by several owners.

Legally, you may use any one standardized device. However the CSC (French consumer safety commission) prefers barriers and their combination with other safety measures.


About Everything4pools.com, Inc.

Based in the suburbs of Washington DC, Everything4pools.com, Inc. is an online provider of swimming pool supplies & equipment. Long experience in the swimming pool industry, Everything4pools.com brings low prices, high quality and unparalleled customer service. For more information, visit http://www.everything4pools.com or call 800-552-4702.

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