Category Archives: Aquatics Tests & Answers

Hanging In The Balance – Test

How to maintain the correct chemistry in water features 1. Patrons depend on operators to be responsible for the health and safety of their water playgrounds. a. True b. False 2. Aquatic play features require specific water quality parameters that are more controlled than traditional swimming pools. a. True b. False 3. Water balance testing procedures should include a. Testing of fill water b. Testing in the filtration room c. Testing along the path of water flow d. All of … Continue reading

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Hanging in the Balance – Answer Key

How to maintain the correct chemistry in water features 1. Patrons depend on operators to be responsible for the health and safety of their water playgrounds. a. True 2. Aquatic play features require specific water quality parameters that are more controlled than traditional swimming pools. a. True 3. Water balance testing procedures should include d. All of the above. 4. Bather load affects the water quality in aquatic play features a. True 5. In automatic feed systems, the sensor probes … Continue reading

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Electrolytic Chlorine Generators

The growing use of Electrolytic Chlorine Generators (ECGs) in the public-pool sector is not a fad but a trend–one that has been spurred on by pool operators who have become increasingly aware of the documented benefits of this technology. The efficient and effective use of ECGs has proven not only to provide better water quality, but also to eliminate the dangerous effects of bulk chlorine handling. Salt has played a major role throughout history for its medicinal properties. Over 2,000 … Continue reading

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Electrolytic Chlorine Generators – Test

1. Sea water has a salt concentration of approximately a. 3,000 ppm b. 10,000 ppm c. 35,000 ppm 2. Salt concentration in ECG systems is approximately a. 3,000 ppm b. 10,000 ppm c. 35,000 ppm 3. The process of converting sodium chloride in a water solution into chlorine is via: a. electrolysis b. oxidation c. reduction 4. The chlorine generator process breaks down NACL + H2O into: a. Sodium Hydroxide and Water b. Hypochlorous Acid, Hydrochloric Acid, Sodium Hydroxide and … Continue reading

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Electroylitic Chlorine Generators – Answer Key

1. Sea water has a salt concentration of approximately a. 3,000 ppm b. 10,000 ppm c. 35,000 ppm 2. Salt concentration in ECG systems is approximately a. 3,000 ppm b. 10,000 ppm c. 35,000 ppm 3. The process of converting sodium chloride in a water solution into chlorine is via: a. electrolysis b. oxidation c. reduction 4. The chlorine generator process breaks down NACL + H2O into: a. Sodium Hydroxide and Water b. Hypochlorous Acid, Hydrochloric Acid, Sodium Hydroxide and … Continue reading

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