Swimming Pool Maintenance Companies in Dubai
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Telescoping pole or telepole is heart of the swimming pool cleaning systems Telepoles are made of aluminum there are several sizes, from a 4-foot pole that telescopes to 8 feet, and 12-foot telepole that telescopes to 24 feet (by pulling the inner pole out of the outer one). The end of the telepole has a handgrip or a rounded tip to stop your hand from slipping off the telepole. To lock the two poles together, there is a cam lock or compression nut ring.
The other locking device for telepoles is a compression nut ring. By parody the ring at the joint of the two telepoles, pressure is applied to the inner telepole, locking the two together.
Leaf rakes are used to remove the leaf and other debris from the pool the leaf rake made from plastic net material and frames last a long time and resist tearing when you are scooping out huge volumes of wet leaves after a windy day. They also stand up to rubbing them along rough plaster surfaces, the leaf rake shank fits into the telepole and clips in place as described previously. Some leaf rake is designed so you can disassemble them and replace the netting,
Wall and floor brush.
Pool Wall brush is used to remove the dirt, stains and other material sticking on the interior surface. The swimming pool wall brush is designed to brush pool, fountain or water feature’s interior surfaces. Made of an aluminum frame with a shank that fits the pole, the nylon bristles are built on the brush either straight across or curved slightly at each end.
The curved unit is useful for getting into pool and water feature corners and tight step areas. Wall brushes come in various sizes,
Swimming Pool Vacuum Cleaner & Head/Hose
Vacuum is used to suck the dirt out of the pool or water feature. Swimming pool vacuum head and hose are designed to operate with the pool or water feature circulation equipment. The hose is attached at one end to the bottom of the vacuum point or skimmer opening and at the other end to the vacuum head. The vacuum head is also attached to the pole. when pump running, you move smoothly the pool vacuum head over the underwater surfaces, vacuuming up the dirt directly to the filter.
Pool Vacuum heads are made of flexible plastic, with plastic wheels that keep the head just above the pool surface. The litheness of the pool vacuum head allows it to curve to the curvature of pool corners and the bottoms. Adaptable-height wheels allow you to set the pool vacuum head to the best clearance for any pool’s conditions. The closer to the surface, the better the removal of dirt. But if the suction is too huge, it might suck the vacuum head right onto the surface, rendering it immobile. In this case, adjust the head height upward.
Wheels for pool vacuum heads are made of plastic or high-tech composite resins. Their bearing systems can be as simple as a hole in the wheel through which the axle is inserted or wheels with ball bearings to distribute the load and help the vacuum glide smoothly.
Swimming Pool Water Testing Kits
Test kits and Thermometers are important part of pool cleaning Dubai and swimming pool maintenance in Dubai. Using your test kit, perform the necessary test to make swimming pool chemicals adjustment in the water.
A thermometer is needed to check heater performance, temperatures,
HOW TO MAINTAIN A SWIMMING POOL MAINTENANCE l HOW TO CLEAN A POOL
Only a regular and organised scheme of preventive swimming pool maintenance Dubai work, planned to cover all details of the installation, within given pool maintenance periods, can ensure continued satisfactory operation with a minimum liability to interruptions to supply due to equipment faults. A preventive swimming pool maintenance scheme is also a requirement under the Electricity at Work Regulations.
Careful attention must be given to securing the safety of personnel and equipment while maintenance or repair work is in progress. A code of safety rules based on a system of ‘permits to work’ is recommended.
A planned pool maintenance scheme should include a system of logging wherein records are kept of inspection swimming pool maintenance and repair on all items of plant and equipment.
Plant rooms should be kept clean and the practice of using Plant room space for storage must not be permitted.
Where pool maintenance work is in progress a DANGER notice must always be attached to any ‘live’ apparatus calling attention to the danger of approach. A WARNING notice must always be attached to plant room or its linked control equipment, warning of possible damage to equipment which may be occasioned by interference.
Before any work is commenced on any item of equipment, the supply and ancillary circuits must be isolated and locked off if possible.
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Regular maintenance must be carried out, and the following programme takes precedence over other instructions unless if conflicts with those of the maker
All electric motors should be kept clean and dry.
Some electric motors have self-lubricated sleeve bearings or packed-for-life ball bearings, both of these contain sufficient lubricant for the economic life of the bearings. Alternatively they may require attention only at intervals of say 5 years.
WARNING: Before carrying out maintenance work switch off the electric supply. This must be done from the starter. The isolator, which can be integral with the starter if local to the motor or separate and local to the motor, should then be switched off. This is a safety device provided for isolation purposes only, and it must never be used as a means of stopping the motor, except in the event of an emergency.
Unless the motor is fitted with self lubricated or packed-for-life bearings, check and if necessary lubricate all motor bearings in accordance with maker’s instructions, taking care to prevent the entry of grit or dirt. Avoid over lubrication.
Check for leaks and remove all surplus lubricant spreading from the bearings. Replace seals if necessary.
All standby motors should be inspected, and jogged by hand or electrically.
Every 3 Months
Blow out all motors except totally enclosed types with compressed air or hand bellows to remove dust and dirt.
Ensure that all flexible conduit connections are sound and all terminal nuts secure.
Inspect motors in damp situation or with difficult access; carry out insulation checks on both motor and wiring.
Check the operation of centrifugal operated switches (where fitted) of resistance and capacitor start motors; check contacts for undue wear.
Check for signs of overheating of, and leakage from, electrolytic capacitors (where fitted) to capacitor start motors.
Examine starter for cleanliness. Clean contacts using an approved lubricant. Abrasive materials must not be used to clean the contacts. Check the clean operation of the switching actions. Make sure the indicator lights and interlocks function properly. Check the timer settings.