I was going over the state codes for Fecal Accident Response where I live and I had a few questions.
Our indoor pool uses bromine and the state asks for the free chlorine to be raised to 20ppm and maintain for 13 hours in the event, it makes no mention of bromine levels. Is there a corresponding bumped up bromine level to be at? We use Potassium Monopersulfate shock in the pool normally, which doesn't increase free chlorine. Can we use this shock in this instance of an accident or should we have calcium hypochlorite on hand specifically for this occasion. Does the CalHypo account for the 20pp of FC?
Another question I had was about the ph during all this. It says to maintain a ph between 7.2 and 7.5 at the higher chlorine level. Say your ph was at 7.6-7.8 at the time of accident. Would you first lower the ph before superchlorinating? If so how long would you have to wait between the two.
Any help would be appreciated. Great forum!