BADU® Swimjet Systems create a current by pushing water through jet nozzles that are mounted in an underwater housing in the pool wall or in a housing installed over the wall. The jets create an immediate burst of water with an initial flow rate of up to 400 gallons per minute near the pool wall. This pushes the body of water in front of it which in turn creates a current of up to 5, 700 gallons per minute measured between 4 and 6 feet from the pool wall, we call this the “sweet spot.”
The jet nozzles can be adjusted to change the depth and width of the current to suit the individual swimmer’s needs.
Use this Planning Guide to choose the ideal BADU Swimjet System for you. If you have any questions, be sure to ask your pool builder or call us directly at 800-223-8538