Maintenance 2017-10-01T17:05:27+00:00

MAINTENANCE

  • Check water levels in swimming pool

  • Monitor swimming pool temperature and timers

  • Perform digital water test to confirm proper water balance, pH, Chlorine free and total, Total Alkalinity, Calcium Hardness and T.D.S. Maintain in accordance with Health Department Standards, adding chemicals as  necessary. (City provided)

  • Clean out pump strainer and debris in gutter grating

  • Backwash swimming pool sand filters as needed

  • Calibrate chemical controller to match water test readings

  • Clean sensors/probes once per month per manufactures specifications

  • Visual inspection of chemical levels and metering pumps

  • Lubricate main motor bearings per manufactures specifications

  • Maintain equipment room and chemical room in clean condition

  • Check water levels in swimming pool

  • Monitor swimming pool temperature and timers

  • Perform digital water test to confirm proper water balance, pH, Chlorine free and total, Total Alkalinity, Calcium Hardness and T.D.S. Maintain in accordance with Health Department Standards, adding chemicals as  necessary. (City provided)

  • Clean out pump strainer and debris in gutter grating

  • Backwash swimming pool sand filters as needed

  • Calibrate chemical controller to match water test readings

  • Clean sensors/probes once per month per manufactures specifications

  • Visual inspection of chemical levels and metering pumps

  • Lubricate main motor bearings per manufactures specifications

  • Maintain equipment room and chemical room in clean condition

  • Cleaning of main circulation pump strainer basket

  • Leave monthly log for review

  • Check hand rails and safety equipment to ensure public safety and health department requirement.

  • Backwash filters as needed, fill pools to correct water levels.

  • Perform water test with digital water test kit for accurate readings checking pH, chlorine free & chlorine total, total alkalinity, calcium hardness, conditioner, total dissolved solids and temperature.

  • Calibrate chemical controllers to match water test readings, confirm proper set points, adjust alarm values as needed.

  • Manually clean sensors/probes once per month per manufactures specifications.

  • Manually clean injectors once per month per manufacturers specifications, or more frequently if necessary.

  • Log water test readings and daily operation report for staff and health department review.

  • Visually check all pool equipment for proper operation at each visit, this includes: heaters, filtration systems, pumps and motors, chemical controllers and chemical metering pumps.

  • Report any concerns to facility staff immediately and suggest needed repairs.

  • Check GFI’s
  • Lubricate & inspect circulation pumps
  • Run new chemical injection tubing
  • Rebuild automatic fill valve
  • Inspect and vacuum surge pit
  • Check mastic at expansion joints
  • Service heater per manufactures recommendations
  • Rebuild chemical feed pumps
  •  Services filter system per manufactures recommendations
  • Calibrate chemical controller
  • Removal of front jacket, cleaning of fan assemblies and oiling of motors (fans & boost pump)
  • Testing air proving switches for abnormal amount of resistance, clean control surfaces
  • Removal and inspection of hot surface ignitors, removal of gas train manifold,  removal of burners
  • Inspect and clean all burners and gas trains with soap and water then pressure air dry, brush clean heat exchanger and vacuum soot off loch-heat tile
  • Reassemble all parts above install new felt gasket around burner wall
  • Check and adjust all gas valves and fan pressures to manufactures specifications
  • Check and adjust if needed inlet water temp and delta temp for correct temperature rise
  • Confirm proper negative draft in vent stack
  • Write a detailed report on physical condition and note any recommendations
  • Rebuild wet end of pump by replacing diaphragm or tube sets
  • Replace foot valve and injector assembly
  • Replace four function valve
  • Replace suction and discharge tubing
  • Prime and test pump to confirm proper operation
  • Clean and test sensing probes
  • Power down filter system
  • Isolate filter bank
  • Remove and rebuild backwash valves
  • Re-install backwash valves replace Victaulic gaskets
  • Inspect and lubricate priority valve
  • Inspect filter media and rake media bed
  • Replace manhole gaskets and seal tanks
  • Startup system and backwash filters to ensure proper operation
  • Note: Filter media should be replaced every 8 to 10 years for pools and every year for spas
  • Test water on chemical controllers and adjust to match water test readings. Adjust HRR/ORP set points to allow for correct chlorine and acid values.
  • Calibrate chemical controller to manufacturers specifications
  • Test controller inputs by hooking up signal generator to reproduce probe/sensor signals
  • Confirm that controller tracks properly
  • Clean probes/sensors as needed
  • Perform any operator training or refresher training during times of service
  • Write a detailed report on physical condition and note any recommendations
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