2014 YMCA Short Course Nationals: Final Day GAC Air Quality Report (a Video Interview)

As the four-day meet at the Greensboro Aquatic Center in Greensboro, North Carolina finished on Friday, it seems that GAC is back. All week long, we’ve heard nothing but positive reports about the improved air quality thanks to a continuing understanding between the pool’s staff and the Paddock company that installed their new “Evacuator” equipment about what exactly it takes to produce comfortable air in a meet with 1,400 swimmers.

With very little new to report on the air quality front, we decided to catch up with Eric Knight of Paddock and get him to explain exactly how he and GAC worked together to improve the air quality for this meet after a struggle at Winter Juniors.

Paddock is a SwimSwam partner.

A visual demonstration of just how hard the Paddock Evacuators are sucking air out of the Greensboro Aquatic Center. (Courtesy: ERic Knight)

A visual demonstration of just how hard the Paddock Evacuators are sucking air out of the Greensboro Aquatic Center. (Courtesy: ERic Knight)

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