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Can a swimming pool overflow when the water level gets high?
OF course they can unless they have overflow drains built in.After all they are just large vessels and will only hold a certain amount.
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Because the skin contains nonpolar lipid molecules ~apex
It is very unlikely for someone to experience chlorine poisoning by swimming, even in highly chlorinated pool water. Nonetheless, be sure to shower after swimming, because reg…ular, chlorinated pool water can easily irritate skin and hair.
Oh. Don't make my mistake. Simply refrain from entering any sort of public water type place until it is fully healed. If I were you I would wait 3 months, just to be safe. It …will infect your piercing. What happened to me was that it was the 4th week of my nose piercing, still relatively fresh. Thought it was OK to go swimming, so I did. A week later a keloid appeared and I wasn't able for the life of me to get rid of it. So instead i had to take the piercing out. So just don't go swimming, anywhere. Common Sense: Go right ahead and enjoy any public swimming facility you wish, just be sure once you are done swimming, clean the piercing in the shower. All public facilities are tested to ensure the water is safe, you use common sense and shower after using pools or Jacuzzis and you should have no issues (be sure to use soap when showering and rinse all piercings thoroughly) . Failure to clean or properly rinse a piercing will lead to the issues listed in the above statement.
I need an assistance for the piping system for 4.5x9.0 m rectangular overflow swimming pool and balancing tank.
In a word, Yes. Phosphates are really a non issue. Phosphates are an algae food but IF YOU ARE MAINTAINING PROPER FREE CHLORINE LEVELS for the CYA level in your pool they are …a non issue and you will not get algae. Phosphates are also often not the limiting factor in algae growth. Nitrates are also algae food and the only way to remove nitrates from pool water is by water change. There is not a nitrate remover that a pool store can sell you so nitrates are not normally tested. Phosphate removers have become big business and big profits for pool stores and chemical distributors but they are an entirely unnecessary product 99% of the time if proper pool maintenance is followed. High phosphate water is perfectly safe to swim in.
Not advisable due to .. High pH will increase the likelihood of cross-contamination between bathers. Germs will survive longer in a high pH. High pH also makes your eyes more… vulnerable to redness from chlorine. High pH can also send the water cloudy as the calcium comes out of solution and begins to scale. Cloudy pools are dangerous for safety reasons.
Hi this is Bill Soukup with Commercial Pools. It depends on what you consider high chlorine levels to be. Most pools, commercial and residential should run a minimum of 2 PPM …to control giardia and E coli. Most commercial pools should run chlorine levels 3 to 5 PPM on a regular basis. Residential pools can run just under these levels. At about 5 PPM you might start ruining some of your equipment, especially your copper heat exchanger. At about 10 PPM you will ruin swim suits. Cheap swim suits might get ruined well under 10 PPM. It wouldn't make sense to swim in a pool with the chlorine level over 10 PPM. With this said, you would have to be well over that for any physical dangers. Does it cost more to run higher chlorine levels? I don't think so. Actually our customers who run low levels spend more because they have to purchase extra chemicals such as clarifiers, algaecides, etc. Our company believes that you use about the same amount of chlorine per month at 2 PPM as you would with 5 PPM. We don't see any change in our customer's monthly orders.
If your pool filter is equipped with a multi-port valve, you can use the waste position to remove excess water. The water will come out of your backwash line, but will not… go throuh the filter. If you have a DE filter this will mean that you do not need to add more DE. If you don't have a multi-port valve on the filter you can backwash the filter. Remember if you have a DE filter you will need to add more DE through the skimmer when you have lowered the water level. If you get a lot of rain annually it might be prudent to purchase a decent size portable pump to which you can attach a hose. Some of these pumps have a float valve in order to shut the pump down when the water surface level reaches the pump. Those and or all pumps have to be monitored so that you do not completely empty the pool. Use discretion as to the location or level at which the pump is placed. In other words don't put the pump at the bottom of the pool if you only want to drop the water a few inches. I would also not pump the pool down in situations where there is only one small rain, unless it is evident that the water is coming over the coping or running out of the skimmer lid and there is more rain due. The reasoning is that if you pump out too much water and it stops raining then you have to add more water manually or let the automatic fill work. A waste of resources.
Yes, but once you achieve 10 ppm and above your skin, hair, and eyes will not appreciate this level and I, personally, wouldn't want very young children in that water. Y…our hair may need a chlorine removing shampoo. I've accidently had that happen before.
Hi this is Bill Soukup with Commercial Pools. It depends on what you consider high chlorine levels to be. Most pools, commercial and residential should run a minimum of 2 PPM …to control giardia and E coli. Most commercial pools should run chlorine levels 3 to 5 PPM on a regular basis. Residential pools can run just under these levels. At about 5 PPM you might start ruining some of your equipment, especially your copper heat exchanger. At about 10 PPM you will ruin swim suits. Cheap swim suits might get ruined well under 10 PPM. It wouldn't make sense to swim in a pool with the chlorine level over 10 PPM. With this said, you would have to be well over that for any physical dangers. Does it cost more to run higher chlorine levels? I don't think so. Actually our customers who run low levels spend more because they have to purchase extra chemicals such as clarifiers, algaecides, etc. Our company believes that you use about the same amount of chlorine per month at 2 PPM as you would with 5 PPM. We don't see any change in our customer's monthly orders. Read more: http://wiki.answers.com/Can_you_swim_in_a_pool_with_high_chlorine_levels#ixzz1DJyPz8Tp
You probably have the water level up too high. Keep the level around 1/3 to 1/2 up the skimmer and you'll be fine.
There is 3 measurements of chlorine in a pool or spa. Total chlorine, combined chlorine, and free available chlorine. Free available chlorine is the good chlorine that is acti…ve in the pool killings germs and algae. Combined chlorine is chlorine is basically chlorine that was once active but has killed germs or bacteria and is now inactive in the pool. Total chlorine is free available and combined chlorine added together. If your combined chlorine is higher than free available chlorine then the water needs to be shocked to eliminate the combined chlorine. But be careful here. If you don't reach what's called break point you will only add to the combined chlorine. There are products on the market which will only remove combined chlorine without effecting your free available chlorine if you are unsure about reaching breakpoint. Hope this helps.
Just let it go down by its self or backwash or vacuum to waste get a floating pool skimmer if you want to conserve water.
If you have a pool in a high water table area it should definitely have a hydrostatic valve fitted in the bottom to stop it from becoming so empty that it can start to f…loat. As a mater of fact it would be a good idea to have a system installed whereby water can be pumped from under the pool constantly in case you ever do want to keep it entirely empty.
Our state health department allows chlorine levels of 1.0-7 ppm. Most operators keep pools at 2-3 ppm.
Gravity?? Real answer: Because the skin contains nonpolar lipid (fats) molecules.
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There are glands called Sebaceous glands which are microscopic exocrine glands in the skin these secrete an oily or waxy matter, called sebum, that lubricates and waterpro…ofs our skin. therefore when getting out of a pool, bath (tub), shower or sea the water rolls off the oily surface of the skin