PoolWarden True to the code Title 22 Compliance

The only CA Title 22 swimming pool controller that reads Free Chlorine residual with DPD and has easy last 7 day data retrieval. Calculated PPM is not Free Chlorine residual which is what the code requires.

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Does your CA Title 22 controller read a free chlorine residual?

There are some controllers out there stating Title 22 compliant that are either ORP or Calculated PPM based on a conversion from ORP and pH readings. Since there are so many variables effecting ORP, especially in outdoor pools using cyanuric acid, these are nothing more the guestimates. Protect yourself with actual Free Chlorine PPM readings.…

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Understanding ORP & PPM

Here is a recent article from Pool & Spa News about ORP and PPM. This may help people to understand the differences with PPM measurements in regards to chemical automation.    

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New Injector Block

ControlOMatic is introducing our new injector block. This allows for quick verification that chemicals are being dispensed and allows for 2 less holes to be drilled and tapped per pool. It includes duck billed check valves and flow indicators. You can also program your controller so that chlorine and acid will not feed at the…

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San Diego County Title 22 Swimming Pool Update

There still seems to be confusion about Title 22 requirements in San Diego County. Recently, I spoke with Lauren Robinson from San Diego County Environmental Health to get their latest plan of enforcement. She told me facilities with less than 25 units are exempted but still require a weekly visit. Over 25 units require the…

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PoolWarden Training

There will be training for PoolWarden operation on Wednesday, January 11 2017. Location: SCP San Juan Capistrano 11-1 pm  

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BUSTING WATER MAINTENANCE MYTHS

Here is a good article about water testing and water quality for swimming pools and spas. CLICK HERE

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Bay Area Swimming Pool Information Committee

Presentation yesterday for Title 22 swimming pool automated data compliance at Contra Costa Environmental Health for the Bay Area Swimming Pool Information Committee. Thanks to Lino Ancheta, Roberto Rodriquez and Dave Hays from Dave’s Pool Service. The presentation can be downloaded HERE health presentation

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Aquatics International- Cyanuric Acid:Good or Bad?

From Aquatics International. A short, worthwhile read about the use of cyanuric acid HERE

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Why Pool Heaters Fail

The question came up as to why pool heaters fail. This is not a simple question to answer as there are several causes for this and it can be just one or a combination of things which will damage a pool heater. Older pool heater were more forgiving but the new low NOX, high efficiency…

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