Sampling Details
Sub Type: Other Special Feature: Location:
Area: 1840 Volume (gallons): 62400 Flow measure reading (gpm): Minimum required flow (gpm): 130
Disinfectant: Sodium Hypochlorite Secondary Disinfectant: ORP: Turnover Rate (min): 480
Total Chlorine (ppm): 5 Free Chlorine (ppm): 5 Combined Chlorine (ppm): 0 Total Bromine (ppm):
Alkalinity (ppm): 150 Pool water temp ˚F: 73 pH: 7.3 Cyanuric acid (ppm): 0
Spa water temp ˚F: Spa water replaced every 30 days: Max Allow. Filter Flow (gpm): 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.

No critical violations were documented at the time of inspection.

No violations were documented at the time of inspection.

Inspection Information

[?] Facility Type: Pool

[?] Inspection Type: Complaint

[?] Inspection Date: 03-July-2014

Complaint on 02-Jul-2014 :Alleging that pool patrons are experiencing burning sensation in the eyes and matting of hair after swimming in the pool.
Findings: Invalid. Chlorine residual meets code requirements and is within the recommended range for pool chlorine according to the National Swimming Pool Foundation (NSPF). The pH is optimal, at the low end of the acceptable range of between 7.2-7.8. pH readings below 7.0 and above 8.0 are known to cause burning sensations in the eyes.Matting of hair is not known to be caused by anything related to pool use or pool care as far as this writer's experience is concerned. Time of investigation: ~10 a.m. No violations at this time.