Yes, I believe it means your pump and filter are running correctly. You may want to adjust your jet so that the water discharge is just below the surface and circulating around the pool properly. My pool company told me to place the return jet at an angle facing away from the skimmer. It should be angled so that very little water movement can be noticed from the surface. The pool companies often set the showroom return jets in a way that is angled too high. They do this just for "show." If the return is set right, surface materials end up in the skimmer and bottom materials end up in one general spot in the center which is very easily vacuumed.
No, then you have to refill it and that is a waste of water If it is an inground pool being dry will ruin the pool surface and in high water table areas the risk of turning it into a boat is very real.
With a new pool surface installed- Diamond Brite or any aggregate surface- is it possible or doable to acid wash the pool with water in the pool??
The answer will depend on the South of what? Which country or continent?It will also depend of the exposed surface area of the water in pool.
20-30 Cm below the surface of the pool water.
The pool filter needs to be "back washed"
Water is sprayed onto the pool surface, creating a ripple effect, so the diver can see the surface. Without it, the water takes on a glass-like appearance, and all you can see is the bottom of the pool. The diver needs to be able to spot the water surface in order to enter the water correctly in the vertical position.
That all depends on the size of the surface of the pool the amount of people going in and out of the pool etc. To see if a pool is leaking take a bucket of water out of the pool, mark the water level of the pool and the water level in the bucket. Then leave the pool and bucket alone for a day or two. if the water level in the pool has gone down more then the water level in the bucket then there is a leak or water is being removed in some way. If the levels are the same then the water lost is a result evaporation.
Yes, trim it to size so that it lays flat on the surface of the pool. k It should not be larger than the pool (as you stated in your question). It needs to fit in the pool so that it floats. The entire cover should be making contact with the water.
If you want to know if your pool leaks. # Take a bucket of water from the pool. # mark the water level of the pool. # mark the water level in the bucket. # check to see how much the water has gone down after a couple of days in the pool and n the bucket. # If the level in the bucket is closer to the mark then the level in the pool there is water being lost some where. If there is no difference then there is no leak. The surface water on the bucket evaporates at the same rate as that on the pool, so the should stay the same.
Some pool cleaning products are Surface Magic Water Surface Cleaner,Pool Perfect, Polaris pool cleaner,Chlor Brite Granular Chlorine, and Hayward Pool Vac XL.
To prevent the pool surface from cracking you should keep the surface wet (with a sprinkler, for example). Allowing the pool to sit dry, in the sun, will result in surface cracking. Best NOT to let the pool sit empty for any longer than absolutely necessary.
You can keep the water moving, it does not allow the bugs to land on the surface. Turn on the aireator more often, they do not like to fly through it.
You should fill in the pool. A dead frog will ruin your pool forever.
Most pool skimmer would not have a hope of clearing the surface of a pool. the only one that I know of and recommend is the Pulse surface cleaner made by Poolrite in Australia, This unit floats and always skims water at optimal performance it is plugged into the vacuum plate like a normal pool cleaner.
So water does not pool on the road surface.
This makes it easier to see the water surface. If there are few ripples on the surface then what you see from the board is the bottom of the pool rather than the water surface. This makes it harder to judge where you are in relation to the water. It also breaks the surface tension of the water down somewhat, which means it is less of a shock hitting the water. This isn't as important as being able to see the surface easily though.
Due to reflexion of light from water surface
It depends on the surface size, temperature of the water and outside air temperature, the activity in the water, if there are any water features in the pool etc.
You usually see them in diving competitions. The water spouting into the pool gives the divers perspective on the distance to the surface of the pool.
No, water should not be kept in your pool all winter. When it gets cold enough, the water will freeze. When water freezes, it expands. So when the water in your pool freezes and expands your pool will be ruined.
on the side going into middle of pool
Depends on how thick the foam is and how much. Some pool chemicals cause a foam on the surface of the water when added to the pool water, but if you added dish soap to the water that foam would ruin the pool filter and swimming in it wouldn't be good.
This is impossible to calculate without knowing the surface area of the pool.
I believe the best pool surface is swimming pool gel coat.