Cyanuric Acid is a chlorine stabliizer and should not be confused with Muriatic Acid which is used to reduce high pH levels. Cyanuric Acid should be maintained at a level of 30-50 ppm. When over 50 ppm, it reduces the effectiveness of chlorine as a sanitizer. The California Health and Safety Code has set a maximum level of 100 ppm. High CYA usually requires draining and refilled the pool.
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Find a list of Recalled VGB Main Drain Covers and pictures for quick reference. Link includes Manufacturers, Model Numbers and images.
Link to a list of required signs per the Sacramento County Environmental Management Department.
Access California Department of Public Health State Pool Codes and Regulations.
Helpful guidelines for determining Pool Capacity, Required Flow Rates, Turnover, Water Turbidity, etc.
Recreational water illnesses (RWIs) can include a wide variety of infections, including gastrointestinal, skin, ear, respiratory, eye, neurologic, and wound infections. Learn the facts about the most common illnesses associated with recreational water and what you can do to protect yourself, your family, and others.
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Code requires a public or community pool to be checked daily and the chemical readings logged onto a county Pool/Spa Daily Maintenance Log Sheet. County Health Inspectors will check the log sheets for compliance when they perform their inspections. Access link and download form.