Sampling Details
Sub Type: School Special Feature: Location:
Area: 1800 Volume (gallons): 65000 Flow measure reading (gpm): 175 Minimum required flow (gpm): 168
Disinfectant: Sodium Hypochlorite Secondary Disinfectant: ORP: 660 Turnover Rate (min): 480
Total Chlorine (ppm): 5 Free Chlorine (ppm): 5 Combined Chlorine (ppm): 0 Total Bromine (ppm):
Alkalinity (ppm): 60 Pool water temp ˚F: 90 pH: 7.5 Cyanuric acid (ppm): 0
Spa water temp ˚F: Spa water replaced every 30 days: Max Allow. Filter Flow (gpm): 282 Max Allow. Flow: Jet pump capacity (gpm):
Max Allow. Flow: SF pump capacity (gpm):
[?] A summary of the violations found during the inspection are listed below.

3701-31-04 (D)(7)(d) / Flow or pressure switch with a shut off valve shall be provided and tested monthly.
Critical Flow or pressure switch for the Automatic Chemical Controller (ACC) was not tested monthly as required.
Test the ACC at least once every 30 days (or more often per manufacturer spefcifications) and record results on the Daily Pool Operation Reports. Provide records indicating that the unit is being tested monthly. To test the ACC: Simulate a flow interruption through the test cell by closing one of the flow control valves. Check the ACC display and verify that it does registers an interruption in flow. While the flow control valve for the test cell is closed, verify that the chlorine and acid feed pumps do not activate without flow detected. Record test result in the Daily Pool Operation Reports.

Inspection Information

[?] Facility Type: Pool

[?] Inspection Type: Standard

[?] Inspection Date: 08-December-2016

Pool inspection notes:
Disinfectant residual and water quality readings meet minimum code requirements at this time.
Water clarity is excellent.
Pool has two (2) large unblockable custom fabricated drains in the deep end of the pool.
Recommend replacing pool reagents annually (mark received by date on reagents or kit to keep track).
ACC tested during inspection. Visual no flow alarm activated; chemical feed pumps deactivated as required.
Total alkalinity was measured at 60 ppm which is minimum acceptable reading by code. National Swimming Pool Foundation recommends maintaining total alkalinity at 80-120 ppm with a target reading of 100 ppm.
Pool looks great!
CCPH will be offering a pool code compliance training free of charge on April 25, 2017 from 9 a.m. - 12 p.m. at our offices at Clermont County Permit Central.