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Why do we need swimming pool design consultant

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People spend lot in swimming pool construction & architectural and MEP consultation, but generally skip to appoint swimming pool water quality management experts & consultant. This presentation highlights on role of swilling pool design consultant.

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Why do we need swimming pool design consultant

  1. 1. Why Do We Need
  2. 2. Pool Classification - Private Used by single family & occasionally by relatives & friends Indoor or outdoor | Indoor | Backyard | Roof top | Farm House | Pent House |Weekend Home | Capacities are 20,000 – 50,000 ltrs & 50,000 – 300,000 ltrs
  3. 3. Pool Classification - Public Used by more no. of users & are of different families indoor or outdoor Educational Institutes | Societies | Clubhouse | Corporate | Hotels | Resorts | Sports Clubs | Water Parks | Amusement Park| Municipalities | State Governments | National & International Competition | Olympic & Fina Standards Capacities are 100,000 – 500,000 ltrs & 375,000 – 3,000,000 ltrs
  4. 4. Pool Classification – Water Bodies, ponds & Fountains Not used for swimming & recreational use indoor or outdoor Private | Societies | Residential Colonies | Malls | Corporate offices | Restaurants | Hotels | Resorts | Club house | Gardens | Landscape | Educational Institutes | Religious Institutes | Public Places | Capacities are 5,000 – 500,000 ltrs 1,000,000 – 10,000,000 ltrs
  5. 5. Pool Classification – Aqua Culture | Aquarium Mostly for Fish farming, aqua culture & Aquariums indoor or outdoor Hatcheries | Fish Farms | Shrimp Ponds | Aquariums| |Ornamental Fish Farming | Sea Food Processing , Packing, Storage & Export Areas are :1 Acres – 1 Hectors Capacities are :100,000 – 10,000,000 ltrs
  6. 6. Types of Pools Indoor & Outdoor Skimmer type | Infinity Edge | Peripheral Overflow | Balance Tank | Serge Tank Above Ground | Below Ground | Basement | Podium Level | Higher Floor level | Terrace | Baby Pool | Kids Pool | Lap Pool | Leisure Pool | Competition | Diving Pool | Theme Pool | Training Pool | Work Out | Exercise |
  7. 7. Swimming Pool Water Contaminants • Atmospheric Dust , Dirt, colloidal & Turbidity • Bird droppings • Algae, Leaves & vegetation • Water-borne germs, insects  Swimmers  Environmen t Pollutants • Sweat, Nasal & Skin Infections • Skin, Hair & Costume fibers • Urine & Fecal matter • Skin products, Cosmetics & Medications  Chemicals  Disinfectant By-products • TDS, Water Balance & Disinfectant Chemicals
  8. 8. Swimming Pool Water Treatment Various types of bacteria & viruses can develop in the pool water making it un-safe for swimmers. The large water volumes involved, do not permit disposal of pool water. Swimming pool water therefore has to be Filtered, treated & chemically balanced continually to make it safe for swimmers.
  9. 9. Scientific Facts, Research & Studies • An average adult swallows about 100 – 150 ml & children about 200 – 250 ml of pool water per swimming session. • During swimming session person sweats & urinate around 20 – 50 ml. • Chlorine by-products are carcinogenic on long run. • Clear looking water, may not be chemically & biologically safe. • Use of Chlorine as primary disinfectant is discouraged/ban in most of the European & developed countries . • Maharashtra Pollution Control Board (MPCB) has recommend not to use chlorine in swimming pool & to use Ozone. • Only one pool in INDIA is 100 % ozonated as per international standard & guideline
  10. 10. Objective  Keep Water Sparkling Clear  Keep Water Free From Pathogenic (Harmful) Bacteria & Viruses.  Keep Water Chemically Safe & Balances.  Keep Water Free From Algae.  Ensure Water Is Neither Toxic Nor Irritant To Swimmers.  Prevent Undesired Odor Or Taste.  Prevent Pool, fixtures & Equipment from Scaling & Corrosion.  Safe Disposal Of effluents.  Energy & Water Efficiency & Conservation.
  11. 11. Objective - Design Consultant  Performance Guarantee.  Safety & Hygiene Of Swimmer.  Trouble Shooting.  Design Scheme & Sizing As Per Standards & Guidelines  Provide SOP & Maintenance Manual/Schedule For Pool  Provide SOP & Maintenance Manual/Schedule For Equipments  Statutory & Regulatory Compliance.
  12. 12. Swimming Pool Water Treatment – Guidelines | Code  National  International / Global
  13. 13. National Guideline • National : BIS – IS 3328 : 1993 – Unfortunately – Does not have Public Swimming Pool Guidelines. – Does not specify Swimming Pool Filtration technique, philosophy or methodology. – Does not specify about use & methodology of Swimming Pool Water Ozonation. – Does not specify Standard Operation Procedure (SOP) & Maintenance program (Corrective & Preventive) – Does not specify about Water Chemical Balance SOP & Chemical Dosages. – Fortunately  We have well drafted & time tested International Code , Standards & Guidelines  We have well qualified & experienced agencies to Understand & Implement.
  14. 14. International Guideline & Standards: • International : NSW-HEALTH - Public Swimming Pool & Spa Pool Guidelines – Dept. Of Health, New South Wales – AUSTRALIA • International : APVMA – Australian Pesticides and Veterinary Medicines Authority • International : WHO • European : German DIN: 19643 DIN • FINA | Olympic Games
  15. 15. Consultant | Implementation | Operation | Maintenance - Qualification  Team of Experts & Consultants (15 – 25 yrs Of Experience) - Design | Water Treatment | RND |Ozonation  Engineers (4 – 10 yrs Of Experience) – Mechanical | Electrical | Civil | Chemical | Environmental  Science Graduates & Post Graduates (5 – 15 yrs Of Experience) – Chemistry | Physics | Environmental | Water Treatment  ITI (5 – 10 yrs Of Experience) – Fitter | Electrical | Electronics | Wireman
  16. 16. Pool - Design | Construction | Execution  Client – Utility | Aesthetic Value | Status Symbol | Value for Money  Architect – Theme | Conceptual Design |Architectural Drawing | Working Drawings  Structural /RCC Consultant – Civil & Structural Design | Civil & Structural Drawing | Constructional Drawing  MEP Consultant – Mechanical, Electricals & Plumbing – Sizing | Design | Specification | Drawing  Civil Contractor – Pool Construction  Water Treatment Contractor – Equipment Supply |Installation | Commissioning | Operation | Maintenance
  17. 17. Pool Construction - Interaction  Architectural – Conceptual Theme & Layout Design  MEP - Engineering – Electromechanical & Structural Design Consultant  Contractor – Civil, Hydraulic, Electromechanical & water treatment equipment & Accessories Architect Contractor MEP
  18. 18. Warranty & Guaranty  Client Requirement – Clear | Safe | Hygiene  Architect – Theme | Architectural & Layout Design  Structural /RCC Consultant – Civil & Structural Design  MEP Consultant – Mechanical, Electricals & Plumbing – Sizing | Design | Specification  Civil Contractor – Pool Civil Construction | Pool Leakage  Water Treatment Contractor – Equipment | Equipment Performance
  19. 19. Warranty & Guaranty – Big Question o Who will give the water quality, clarity, safety & swimmer’s hygiene guaranty? o Who will give the SOP? o Who will do the trouble shooting? Big Question
  20. 20. Swimming Pool - Design Consultant  Demands Pool Design Consultant  Role & Responsibilities Of Pool Design Consultant  Deliverables Of Pool Design Consultant
  21. 21. Process Flow Diagram - Swimming Pool Execution Client Pool Design Consultant MEP Consultant Structural Engineer Filtration Ozonation Pool Fittings & Acess. Civil Contractor Pool Equipment & Acc. Vendor Hydraulic & Plumbing Contractor Electrical Contractor Architect Conceptual Design & Theme Execution
  22. 22. Consultant - Scope Of Work & Responsibilities Swimming Pool Conceptual Design Involves :  Pool  Filtration Plant  Balancing Tank  Recirculation Pump  Pool Water Disinfection  Hydraulic Distribution  Pool Water Chemical Balance  Electricals, Instrumentation & Automation  SOP & Maintenance Manual Of Pool & Equipment  Drawings, Specifications, Data Logs & Documentation  Warranty Deliverables
  23. 23. Conceptual Design - Pool  Pool Volume  Pool Size, Dimension & Depth  Inflow System  Over Flow & Discharge System  Drain – Size & Location  Climatic Effects & Compensation  No. Of Swimmers  SOP  Routine Cleaning & Maintenance – SOP & Frequency Deliverables
  24. 24. Conceptual Design – Filtration Plant  Plant Room Design & Layout  Turn Around Time  Filter Type  Filter MOC  Filtration Area  Filtration Velocity  Filter Dia & HOS  Filter Media Deliverables
  25. 25. Conceptual Design – Balancing Tank  Need, Size, Capacity  Location  Elevation  Design  MOC  Water Proofing  Bar Screen Size & Design Deliverables
  26. 26. Conceptual Design – Recirculation Pump  Pump Type & Integration  Pump Strainer – Specs, Sizing & Design  Specification  Scheme  MOC  Flow Rate  RPM  Head (Pressure) & Suction  Sizing Deliverables
  27. 27. Conceptual Design – Piping & Hydraulic Distribution  Suction, Supply & Drain Piping  Pipe Size, elevation, network & Layout  Supply Stream nozzles  No. of supply nozzles  Location of supply nozzles  MOC, Type, Size, Make  Suction /Discharge Stream  Skimmer, Grating, Overflow  Size, Capacity, Nos. Location, MOC, Make Deliverables
  28. 28. Conceptual Design – Pool Water Chemical Balance  pH Correction Chemical  pH Correction Dosing Calculations, dosing point, Quantity, Frequency  Coagulant Chemicals  Coagulant Dosing Calculation, Dosing point, quantity, frequency  Disinfectant Chemicals  Different Options, Advantages & Disadvantages, Techniques, Calculation, Quantity, Frequency, Deliverables
  29. 29. Conceptual Design – Disinfectant  Chlorine base Options  Liquid, Gas, Powder, Granules, Tablets, TCCA, DCCA, Bleaching Powder  Ozone & Ozone Hybrid System  Size & Capacity  Integration Options  Operation & Maintenance Deliverables
  30. 30. Conceptual Design – Electrical Panel, Instrumentation & Automation  Electrical Panel  Design, Load Calculation, Cable specs & Layout  Instrumentation, Interlock , Monitor, Alarm & Automation  Sensors, Monitors & display Scheme, Specification, Integration Deliverables
  31. 31. Conceptual Design – SOP & Manuals  SOP – Standard Operating Procedure  Swimming Pool Operation, Cleaning & Maintenance  Plant Start up, Shut Down & Chemical Dosing  Backwash & General Maintenance  Manuals  Operation & Maintenance – Pool & Equipment Deliverables
  32. 32. Conceptual Design – Documentation  Logs & Documents  Design Philosophy, Spares List, Testing Procedures, Safety Instructions  Chemical Logs, Operation Logs, Maintenance & Breakdown Logs, Testing Logs, Electrical & Hydraulic Logs  Specification & Drawings  Pool Specification & Equipment Specifications  General Arrangement Drawing (GAD)  Process Flow Diagram (PFD)  Process & Instrumentation Drawing (P & ID) Deliverables
  33. 33. End Of Slide Show Thank You, For Your Precious Time For more information visit : www.chemtronicsindia.com/swimming_pool.htm http://www.swimmingpoolwatertreatment.com/ Contact Us : +91 9321234527

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