Albuquerque Water Park to Use MIOX Technology

MIOX Corporation has been awarded the service contract to provide aquatic sanitation for the new Water Park opening at the Radisson Hotel Albuquerque, N.M.

The contract will include managing water quality and cleanliness for the Radisson’s five water features, including a 63,895-gallon river and slide plunge pool; 32,235-gallon activity pool; 12,577-gallon wading pool; 8,690-gallon spa; and a 57,230 gallon FlowRiderTM. The MIOX SmartStartTM lease program includes a mixed oxidant on-site generation system, training, remote monitoring and on-site preventive maintenance services. The mixed oxidant technology in use at the Radisson Albuquerque offers better control to prevent recreational water illnesses; ensure removal of biofouling that may exist in distribution pipelines; reduced formation of chlorinated byproducts; and a better swim experience through elimination of the eye and skin irritation typical of many pools and spas.

“By partnering with MIOX, we have found a highly effective water sanitation technology that ensures the safest and most enjoyable environment possible for guests and employees,” said Jim Metzger, general manager of the Radisson.

MIOX’s technologies treat water using only salt, water and electricity to generate a dilute sanitizer on site.

The water park facility was designed by Cities Edge Architects, a national hotel, resort and water park design firm, and Ramaker & Associates, which performed the aquatic, mechanical, electrical and plumbing engineering design for the facility.

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