Hassan Hamza founder and CEO of Valcess Systems inc talks about safety in pools and spas.
In a study conducted by the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) of drowning and submersion incidents in Arizona, Florida, and California, toddlers between the ages of one and three account for 75 percent of submersion victims.
- Most of the victims were thought to have been supervised
- 69 percent of the victims reportedly not expected
- 65 percent of injuries were in a pool owned by the victim’s family
Four Types of Suction Force Entrapment
There are multiple ways that common victims can be caught in a residential main drain. Some of these methods include:
- Body Entrapment- A section of the torso becomes entrapped.
- Limb Entrapment- An arm or leg is pulled into an open drain pipe.
- Hair Entrapment or Entanglement- Hair is pulled in and wrapped around the grate of the drain cover.
- Accessories- Jewelry or part of a bathing suit gets caught in the drain or the grate.
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Hassan Hamza’s invention Vacless gets the job done with a simple installation.
In fact Vacless best seller product Breather I is installed in more than 2000 pools all over the Country making Vacless the leader in SVRS devices.
Hassan says: ” here at Vacless our priority is safety and not just general safety but specifically anti-entrapment products. Our focus is to cover all American pool and make them complaint to the VGB act. For this we work with the best distributors and pool service companies all over the world, making sure that our products are available to anyone in need.
He adds: ” As always people wait for a problem to happen before fixing it, I hope that with this interview and all the campaigns we are doing as leaders in the pools and spas industry we can get the message across before more entrapment will occur.”
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