Pool fountains work by using a pump to circulate water from the pool and through a fountain nozzle, where it is then propelled back into the air in a decorative pattern.
The water pump is connected to the pool's plumbing system, and it pulls water from the pool and sends it through a filter, which removes any debris or dirt. The water then passes through a heater, if one is installed, to raise the temperature of the water.
After the water has been heated, it is sent to the fountain nozzle where it is propelled into the air. The fountain nozzle can be adjusted to produce different patterns and effects, such as a mist, a fan, a geyser, or a waterfall.
Some pool fountains are operated by a control box that allows the user to adjust the flow rate and the pattern of the fountain. Others are operated by a remote control, which makes it easy to turn the fountain on and off, or change the pattern of the fountain.
Fountains are a great addition to any pool, providing both aesthetic and functional benefits. They can add visual interest to a pool, help to oxygenate the water, and can also help to reduce the amount of chlorine needed to keep the pool clean.
It's important to note that fountains can require regular maintenance and cleaning, to ensure they are working properly and to prevent clogging of the nozzle. It's a good idea to consult with a professional pool service or pool equipment supplier to ensure the fountain is installed and set up correctly and to get personalized instructions on how to maintain the fountain.