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There are a number of advantages to a preformed fiberglass pool. The major advantage is its durability; the pool can flex and not get damaged. Also time is not lost in constructing the pool shell. After the site is excavated and prepared, the pool shell, which is brought to the site by truck, is lifted by a crane and placed into the excavation. (See FIG. 18-4.) Another advantage is the low maintenance. It is difficult for algae to cling to the sides of the pool because of its very smooth surface. As a result, the walls are very easy to clean. The main drawback of preformed pools is that they are
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Fig. 18-3. Steel bracing for the shell of a vinyl-lined pool.
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Fig. 18-4. Preformed fiberglass pool shell being installed in excavated area.
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limited in size and shape. However, once the installation of the pool is complete, you cannot readily tell the difference between it and an on-site constructed pool.
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The standard equipment associated with circulating the water in a swimming pool are the pump and motor, filter, heater, and surface skimmer. The water circulation system is a closed system. The pump, which is driven by the motor, is normally located on the intake side of the filter. It draws water from the pool and forces it through the filter where dirt particles are removed. The water then flows to the heater and then back to the pool. To prevent the pump from getting clogged, there is a strainer basket on the water inlet side of the pump, which catches hair, lint, and other debris. There are three basic types of filters available for swimming pools: sand filters, cartridge filters, and diatomaceous earth (DE) filters. The filters have no moving parts, and any one of the three will provide effective filtration. No matter which filter is used, the filtering medium will require periodic cleaning. The process used to clean DE and sand fil246 Swimming pools
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ters is backwashing, which is sending water backward through the filter, thereby flushing the debris onto the lawn, into the street, or to an approved drain line or sewer. Cartridge filters are not cleaned by backwashing; the cartridge is simply removed from the casing and washed. Most filters have a pressure gauge that is mounted on the top of the casing. The normal operating pressure is usually around 10 to 12 psi, although for some of the newer filters, it may be between 5 and 7 psi. As the filtering medium becomes dirty and clogged, it takes more pressure for the water to flow. It is generally time to clean the filter when the filter pressure increases approximately 10 psi above the normal operating range. A swimming pool heater is not mandatory, but most houses with pools have one for comfort and because the heater can extend the swimming season. Most swimming pools are heated with a gas-fired heater, although they can also be heated with an electric heater and to a limited extent with solar heating or a heat pump. The ignition system in gas-fired heaters will be either a pilot light or electronic spark ignition. Either natural gas or propane gas (LP) can be used as the fuel for firing the heater. However, a heater that is designed for natural gas should not be used with propane
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gas and vice versa, because it will not operate properly. Keeping the pool water in the proper chemical balance is very important not only for health reasons and maintaining the quality of the water but also to extend the life of the pool heater. Water that is out of balance will result in a scale buildup within the heater, which if not corrected will cause a blockage of water circulation. Most swimming pool shells have at least one to two built-in surface skimmers with skimmer baskets that are tied into the water s circulation system. When the pump is operating, dirt, leaves, oils from lotions, algae, and other debris that float on the water s surface are drawn into the skimmer by floating over
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the entrance weir. (See FIG. 18-5.) The baskets trap and collect the larger debris, and the oils and dirt particles circulate back to the filter where they are removed from the water. Some pools have skimmers that are also connected to a pipe located below the water level. This pipe prevents air from being sucked into the circulation system when the water level is down. Otherwise, when the pool water level is below the bottom of the weir, air will be drawn into the circulation system, which could damage the pump. The pump is not designed to run dry. Running a pump with air in the system or running it dry can cause overheating and seriously damage both the pump and the motor.
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