Here is a scenario.
I realized that indoor pool can be headache to maintain properly due to air circulation and no sunlight to breakdown disinfection by products.
I keep reading Richards writing on CYA/FC relation and so on over and over again, and bit by bit I am beginning to understand, hence more questions. coming.
Does it make sense to add UV sanitizing lamps in an indoor pool filter plumbing to reduce chloramine or whatever combine chlorine it can remove. Other option is buy indoor illuminating lamps that can generate UV like how they do "green house" plant growing...well something like that. Of course air vent is a must for good air flow.
UV sanitizing lamp will also kill FC along with CC, but by how much ?
What I am trying to day dream is, how do we get an indoor pool to be as safe and pleasant as an outdoor, as far ad natural sunlight not being available there. We don't discuss air exchange.
There are buildings that the indoor pool is located as such sunlight can only come from side windows and not from the top.
Just brainstorming here.....