CPO Operation and Daily Maintenance Manual for Aurora Public

CPO
Operation and Daily
Maintenance Manual for
Aurora Public Schools
Phone: 303-367-3000 ext. 28642, 1399 Airport Blvd 80011
Edition 2011
Contacts and References
Facilities
Mark Davis: 720-271-2914
Steve Johnson: 720-271-2919
CPO 1: 720-291-4091
CPO 2: 720-732-5263
Aquatic Director
Kevin Balderman: 720-275-8459
Rental
Peter Blanco: 303-326-2000 ext. 28470
Security: 303-367-3060
Gateway High School: 303-755-7160
Rangeview High School: 303-695-6848
Central High School: 303-340-1600
Hinkley High School: 303-340-1500
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Chemical Supplier and Maintenance
CEM: (Maintenance and Chemicals)
Contacts: Chris: 303-263-7376
Aqueous: (Chemicals)
Contacts: Judy and Denis: 303-440-7727
Praxair: (CO2)
Contacts: Chris: 303-436-9322
Blazer: (seals and paint)
Contacts: Jeff:
Alpine: (pool tile and repair)
Contact: Kris:
High Country Pools: (pool repair)
Contact:
Hudleston Plumbing: (plumber)
Contact: Stan: 303-478-2780
Lee Mathews Equipment
Contact: Wes Ridinger: 303-227-1002
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Central
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Central Backwash
1. Call Security and let them know pump will be shut off.
(303-367-3060)
2. Turn heater off
3. Turn power to the bypass position, and press the off button.
4. Turn Water control valves to closed of off positions (4), (5), (6)
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5. Turn T-valve ¼ turn to the left (7)
6. Close Hydraulics (8)
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7. Close (9) valve. Valve should be down.
8. Open (10) valve. Valve should be down.
9. Open waste line (11)
10. Close return line to pool (12)
11. Close heater lines (13), (14)
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12. Press the “Hand” button to resume backwash
13. Let the water in the main pit drain down to 1inch above the
bottom of the grates.
14. Turn pump „off‟ once water reaches correct level. (1)
15. Allow water to raise and fill pit about half way
16. Repeat steps 12-15 until water has been filtered. Filtration
should take between 3-6 cycles.
17. Set to normal operation
18. Call Security and let them know pump is up and running.
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Central Set-up for Normal Operation
1. Make sure VFD is set in the „off‟ position (1)
2. Open main line to the marked line (12)
3. Close waste line (11)
4. Close valve (10)
5. Open valve (9)
6. Open Hydraulics (8)
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7. Turn T-valve ¼ to the right. Valve should be shut completely
during normal operation.
8.
9.
10.
11.
Turn pump „on‟ to Auto position (1)
Adjust valves as needed
Slowly open heater lines (13), (14)
Turn on heater
12. Turn on Automatic fill line (6)
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13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
Wait until pool level is at gutter line before you turn on (5), (6)
Open red valves. The „in flow‟ 100%, the „out flow‟ 50% (5)
Reset (6)
Pressure on probes should be at +5 (5)
Reset computer (2)
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Central Label Indicator
1. „on‟ – „off‟ switch to power for pump
2. Computer
3. Co2 control switch
4. Steiner Pump
5. Probes for computer
6. Auto water fill valve
7. T-valve
8. Hydraulics
9. Pit valve
10. trough valve
11. Waste exit line valve
12. Return line valve
13. Heat line
14. Heat line
15. Pump
16. Cl tank
17. Co2 Tank
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Directions:
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Gateway Backwash
1. Call Security and let them know you will be shutting down the
pump.
2. Turn VFD Switch in Mechanical room to off position.
3. Turn off Steiner pump (5), unplug auto-fill.
4. (1) is the old power supply and is no longer used
5. Slowly pull valve (6) towards you to close
6. Push valve (7) down to open
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6. Pull valve (8) down to close
7. Push valve (9) up away from you to open
8.
9.
10.
11.
Turn pump to „bypass‟ position in the mechanical room
Listen and watch for water to exit from waste line
Watch gauges and water site glass
The water in site glass should go from clear to cloudy to clear
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12. Watch alarms on the North wall. If an alarm sounds shut
pump „off‟ and wait until alarm clears
13. Turn pump to „off‟ position
14. Reverse valves and return to original setup
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Gateway Set-up for Normal Operation
1. Make sure pump is in the „off‟ position
2. Pull down valve (9) to close
3. Push up valve (8) to open
4. Pull up on valve (7) to close
5. Push down on valve (6) to open
6. All water which is exiting waste line should stop
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7. Turn Auto-fill back on
8. Turn pump to the „VFD‟ position
9. Check pressure gages. The pressure difference should not be
more than 9psi
10. Wait at least 15 minutes before you turn the Steiner pump on (5)
11. Call security and let them know pump is on
12. Make sure fill line is active
13. Turn Steiner pump on (5)
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Gateway Label Indicator
1. „on‟ – „off‟ switch to power for pump (emergency only)
2. Computer
3. Probes for computer
4. Co2 control switch
5. Steiner Pump
6. Return line valve
7. Backwash line to filter pots
8. Backwash line to filter pots
9. Waste exit line valve
10. Water control line from pit
11. Direct water flow from pool to pump
12. Filter pot for pump
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Rangeview
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Directions:
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Rangeview Backwash
1. Call security and let them know you will be shutting the
pump off. (303-367-3060)
2. Turn off Auto-fill switch (6), turn of Steiner pump (4), close
flow lines (3).
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3. Turn power to the bypass position, and press the off button.
4. Turn T-handle 2 times counter clockwise
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5. Turn hydraulics off. (7)
6. Open waste line to marked line (9)
7. Open trough to “fully open‟ (10)
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8. Pull valve (11) up to the closed position
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9. Pull return line valve (14) to the closed postion
10.Turn off heater pump
10.
Turn off heater lines
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11.
Turn VFD to Hand
12.
13.
14.
15.
Allow the pit to drain of water just above the grates
Turn pump off
Allow pit to fill with water about half way
Repeat steps 11-14, should take about 5-6 cycles to clean
filter
16. Return to normal operation
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Rangeview Set-up for Normal Operation
1. Make sure pump is in the „Off‟ position
2. Turn T-valve 2 turns clockwise
3. Open hydraulics (8)
4. Close trough wheel
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5. Close waste line (9)
6. Pull valve (11) down to the open position
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7. Open return line (14) to fully opened
7. Turn heater pump on
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8. Make sure pump is turn on to drive position
9. Monitor the water in the pit. If the water in the pit empties
turned off the pump and turn on the manual fill line.
10. Open heater lines
11. Turn on flow valves (2)
12. Turn on Auto-fill switch (6)
13. Fill pool with fresh water for about 30 minutes and then turn
on the Steiner pump (3)
14. Call security and let them know the pump is on.
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Rangeview label Indicator
1. The on/off switch for the pump
2. Computer/flow switches
3. Steiner pump
4. CO2 switch
5.
6. Auto-fill switch
7. T-valve
8. Hydraulics
9. Waste line
10. Trough wheel
11. Backwash line
12. Return line to pool
13. Pump
14. Heater lines
15. CO2 room
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Directions:
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Hinkley Backwash
1. Call Security and let them know you will be shutting down the
pump (303-367-3060)
2. Turn off Steiner Pump (4), auto-fill line (6), and computer flow
valves. (3)
3. Turn pump to off position (1)
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4. Turn red gutter control wheel valve to off (7)
5. Close valve (10)
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6. Open valve (9)
7. Open valve (8)
8. Close valve (12)
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9. Close valve (14)
10.
Open valve (13) half way
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11. Turn pump to the hand position
12. Wait for water to drain out of large pit…just above the grates
13. Turn pump off (1)
14. Repeat steps 11-13 until water filtered. Should be a least 5-6
time or as needed.
15. Return to normal set up
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Hinkley Set-up for Normal Operation
1. Make sure pump is in „off‟ position
2. Open valve (10)
3. Close valve (9)
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4. Close valve (8)
5. Open valve (12)
6. Open valve (14) to marked position
7. Close valve (13)
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8. Open red gutter control wheel to full-open
9. Turn pump to drive position
**If needed turn manual fill line on (18)
10. Let pump run under normal operation for about 15 minutes
11. Open red valves. The „in flow‟ 100%, the „out flow‟ 50%(3)
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12. Reset computer
13. Reset Auto-fill box (6)
14. Turn on Steiner pump (4)
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Hinkley label Indicator
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
Pump power switch
Computer
Probes for computer
Steiner pump
CO2 switch
Auto-fill switch
Gutter control wheel
Above the sand bypass filter line
Direct backwash line from pool
Direct fill line to pit
Direct empty valve from pit
Direct line from filtered water to pump
Waste line valve
Control valve to pool
Pump
Power box
Outlet
Manual fill line
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Steiner Pump Maintenance
1.
2.
3.
4.
Unplug pump from outlet
Remove „in‟ tubing and „exit‟ tubing by unscrewing white caps
Remove pump from the wall
On a table unscrew the three screw which are located at the
base of the clear housing cover.
5. Slowly lift the gears up half way and remove old tubing
6. Place gear back down to original position
7. Move the clutch wheel to () position and plug pump into outlet
8. Start tube on one side and slide into the half moon portion of
the gear cover
9. Pump will turn gears slowly, guide tubing around rotating gear
until it reaches opposite side.
10. Turn pump off
11. Make sure tube is level along gear
12. Replace housing screws at the base of Steiner pump
13. Mount pump onto the wall
14. Attach white nuts and tubing to the pump
15. Plug Steiner pump into the outlet
16. Turn clutch wheel to desired speed
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Vacuum Maintenance and Operation
1. Move vacuum out to pool deck near the pool edge
2. Attach vacuum head to 16‟ aluminum pole
3. Make sure filter bag and filter pot are clean
4. Screw and tighten on filter bag lid and filter pot lid
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5. Place blue hose into the gutter
6. Locate large white tubing
7. There are two different ends to the white tubing. One end
has a fixed head and the other has a swivel head
8. Place swivel head on the large vacuum head
9. Slowly put vacuum head and pole into the water
10. Guide all the white tubing into the pool allowing it to fill with
water
11. Once white tubing is full of water attach it to the vacuum
housing to open nipple
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12. Plug in vacuum
13. Start vacuum and wait for suction to begin before cleaning
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Daily Maintenance
1.
2.
3.
4.
Test pool chemical and make corrections
Test the water temp
Walk the deck and make sure everything is organized
Check in with supervisor and let them know the status of the
Pools
5. Check for any maintenance problems in pump room
6. Clear deck of any trash
Weekly Maintenance
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Vacuum Pool
Clean deck
Clean bleachers
Backwash
Clean pump room
Sweep deck
Clean and clear drains
Yearly or Special Maintenance
Contractor
CEM
CEM
Hudleston
CEM
CEM
Front range
CEM
CEM
LM
Hudleston
Date
Job Description
June 2006
August 06-10
January 2007
January 2007
June 2007
June 2008
August 2008
July 2009
July 2009
January 2010
December 2010
December 2010
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Complete sand change RHS
Yearly maintenance on equipment
CHS plumbing leak
Replaced Pump @ RHS
Complete sand change GHS
Complete sand change HHS
Drained and cleaned HHS
Complete Sand Change CHS
Tiles, Caulking work CHS
Pump Replaced @ RHS
Replaced T-Valve
Heater lines replaced
Common Questions and Answers
Q: What do I do if the water is cloudy? Why is it cloudy?
A: 1. Check the chemicals
- The water is most likely cloudy because the Chlorine
level is low
2. Backwash
3. Check for clogs in tubing and insertion points
4. Call Supervisor and let them know the problem
5. Ad appropriate chemical and balance the water
Q: What do I do if the water temperature is really high/low?
A: Call in a work order and notify supervisor.
Q: What happens if volatilization occurs in the pool?
A: Call supervisor, they will shut down pool and notify the schools.
Q: What happens if the probe readings are low?
A: Check your incoming water valve and make sure it is open
enough. Check your outgoing water valve and make sure it is
not open too much. Check line for clogs.
Q: What if there is no Chlorine flow?
A: There is either a small crack in the line, or your insertion point
is clogged.
Q: What if an alarm is blinking red on the computer?
A: The computer will trip for a number of reasons. Most likely
the chemicals were low and the system timed out because
it ran continuously for too long.
Q: Where are the alarm boxes located for the pool?
A: Central- Outside the south entrance
Gateway- The south side coaches office
Rangeview- Inside the pump room
Hinkley- Inside the pool in the coaches office
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Q: What happens if the water level is too low when you enter the
pool?
A: Most likely your exit line to the pool is pushing water out too
fast. Back it down and manually fill more water.
Q: What is wrong if there is ice build up around the regulator of
the CO2 tank?
A: There is a leak in one of the tubes going in or out of the
regulator. Check for leaks, replace the tubing and then
check for leaks again.
Q: How do I call in a work order.
A: Call 303-367-3000 ext 28600
Q: How do people know when the water is tested
A: There is a white board near every pump room letting the
general and teachers know when the water is tested each
day.
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