San Diego County Environmental Heath Meeting

On February 17, we had a meeting with Lauren Robinson, Supervising Environmental Health Specialist to discuss Title 22 and the features available in the PoolWarden. Lauren spent a lot of time discussing the law and told us the PoolWarden was an exceptable tool for Title 22 compliance.

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Title 22 Training at SCP San Juan Capistrano

On February 16, 2016 we had a training on CA Title 22 at the San Juan Capistrano branch. Branch manager Mike Felechner and Commercial Sales Ron Taylor helped make the training a success. With 10 commercial service people there we discussed how the PoolWarden with the TrueDPD is Title 22 compliant and how it can…

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Why We Use 1/2″ Tubing and Tips For Sensor Stability and Maximum Lifespan

The majority of chemical automation systems that are out there come with 3/8″ tubing for their flow cells. The reason we use 1/2″ tubing is because we recommend installing the flow cell by pass supply after the filter and then returning after the heater to keep as much debris out of the strainer and sensors…

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Riverside County Title 22 Requirements

I just spoke with Jeff at Riverside County Environmental Health. At this time, the county is not enforcing the daily chemical measurement requirements unless there are problems and complaints at a particular facility. They are requiring chemical automation under Title 24 for new construction.

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Ventura County Title 22 Requirements

In continuing efforts to unravel Title 22 & chemical automation requirements, I just spoke Holly Sanford who is the Program Specialist  for Ventura County. Holly was very helpful and told me what one has to do in order use chemical automation to satisfy the daily recording requirements in Ventura County. Chemical automation can be used…

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LA County Title 22 Requirements For Operational Records

LA County requirements for § 65523. Operation Records. Hotels, health clubs and municipalities require a daily manual test. Residential units (apartments & HOA’s) with 25 or fewer units require 1 manual test as long as the pool or spa has an automated controller which can measure FREE Chlorine, pH & Temperature and display data at…

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The Serial Printer Returns

We had serial printer support years ago but very few people asked for it so we removed it. Now with California Title 22, some inspectors are now saying if they arrive at a facility and reports are missing a day or 2 of data, they will issue citations. Upon finding this out today, Scott is…

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Getting The Most Benefit From Your Chemical Automation System

We live in a world of instant gratification. people want instant results and can be very impatient at times, that’s just how people are.  It is also true that every pool or spa has it’s own personality so having a “one size fits all” set up is not practical for achieving maximum efficiency in chemical…

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Chemical Controller Articles

Here are links to recent controller articles written by our own Lance Fitzsimmons Aqua Magazine November 2015 Pool and Spa Marketing October 2015  

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Chemical Automation and Health Department Requirements

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Chemical Automation and Health Department Requirements In my 32 years being involved in the swimming pool industry in various ways from running a service route, renovation, repair, outside sales and inside sales and support, I have learned the value chemical automation. While having a service route, I had commercial accounts that I visited 3 times…

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