"Ben, I noticed in your description of the solar thermal system that it also provided for domestic hot water for showers. Since solar thermal panels, ie collectors meant for domestic hot water production are generally glazed with copper absorber…"
We will hosting a youth event for the holidays that will feature Breakfast with Santa, Christmas Cooking & Crafts, and Reindeer Games (both dry land and swimming pool). I am looking for any fresh ideas for themed games. Any suggestions would be appreciated. Thanks.
I have got two very average municipal pools. The lap pool is 205,000 gallons with a depth range of 4' to 12' and a surface area of 3,400 square feet. It has a target temperature of 82 degrees. The leisure pool is 65,000 gallons…"
You did not give enough details on the water surface areas of the pools and if they are covered.What was the solar heating system cost and cost payback analysis.Is this a Viessmann system? What was the total amount of incentives from the…"
About six months ago we did the start up of a solar thermal system to heat our indoor lap pool, leisure pool, and domestic hot water for showers. The solar system is in addition to natural gas boilers. The system is very sophisticated, has 100 4'x10' panels, and its own website for monitoring energy usage and controlling the system. The reason for getting the system was to cut down on our monthly gas bills and was to be mostly paid for by grants. During the initial planning it was…See More
"In Colorado's state law, it explains that you must record the disinfectant level, pH, ORP, and date 3 times per day. I keep a full sheet of paper for chemical testing and mechanical room operations for every day with the date written one time…"
"The UV lights were part of the orignial facilities, so no the cost did not go up. I imagine that chlorine usage is higher than a pool without UV, but I also keep my ppm setpoints a little lower. I do not have a price comparison for chlorine with UV…"
My staff got the idea from a workshop (some Canada pool).
It was so much fun and easy!
We required registration ($5.00) per child, parents were free. Put the pumpkins in the pool (after a quick scrub), and the kids got 20 minutes to swim and bob for there choice pumpkin.
Age group 0-4 was our most popular!
We had the pumpkin donated by a local farmer.
We marked the pumpkin and gave away prizes (like free swims) to some of the participants.
We did three age groups 0-4, 5-7 and 8 and up for the older kids we put bigger pumpkins in.