First off hello everyone. I currently am working with 6 spas and one pool. The pool uses a salt generator and has few issues. However, the spas are a different matter.
Spa 1 (outdoor) is 2700 gals @ 104*f. Chlorine (Trichlor)
Spa 2 (outdoor) is 1900 @ 104*f. Chlorine (Trichlor)
Womens Hot (indoor) is 2670 @ 104*f (Bromine)
Womens Cold (indoor) is 320 @ 85*f (Bromine)
Mens Hot (indoor) is 2050 @ 104*f (Bromine)
Mens Cold (indoor) is 375 gals @ 85*f (Bromine)
The indoor spas get very heavy use day in and day out. Massage oils, body oils, you name it its in there. They are currently all on paper filters. These are in the process of being replaced with sand filters due to high cost of filter replacement. Also will be adding in automated acid feeders and replacing chlorine/bromine feeders with commercial units.
With these changes will come a need for better chemical control. Unfortunately, my compatriots are not chemically nor mathematically inclined so I am trying to make everything as simple as possible.
The chemicals I am currently using are:
Aquabrome bromine tablets.
Trichlor chlorine 3" tablets.
Muriatic Acid (15%).
Chems I need to purchase are
In this pursuit of simplicity I am attempting to create a simplified version of chem geeks amazing spreadsheet. However, I am not a chemist and many of the equations leave me scratching my head.
Has anyone posted simplified equations of chem geeks worksheet?
Attached is a copy of my simple sheet for logging daily data.
:Edit Realized attachment didn't post. Here's a link. https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc ... uQ2c#gid=0