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June 2012 Blog Posts (6)

GFCI doesn't trip despite water in light

Have you noticed that some lights can have water in them and not trip the GFCI? If the light has a built in transformer, then this could happen. This video explains why.

Added by Clint Combs on June 30, 2012 at 11:37am — No Comments

What's your plan to prevent RWIs this season and beyond?

Summer time is unfortunately when we see an uptick in RWIs around the country. And also it is unfortunate that RWIs are on the rise in general. For this reason, the National Swimming Pool Foundation invested a great deal of time to produce the first ever online course and handbook to help professionals understand and prevent these illnesses, with the goal of ensuring a safer summer of fun for pool goers. And it goes without saying, that's healthier for pool pros' and facilities'…

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Added by Laurie Batter on June 22, 2012 at 2:00pm — 4 Comments

Fix The APSP

I want to fix the APSP!  Will you help?

My friend Steve Gorlin, is the APSP chairman elect and enters office soon.  There is also the upcoming change of the APSP's CEO with the exit of Bill Weber in 18 months.  These combined events create the best opportunity for real change in the APSP since the transition from the NSPI.

The APSP has done a LOT of good, and…

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Added by Rex Richard on June 13, 2012 at 1:00pm — 21 Comments

I'm looking for your guidance and council....

I'm preparing today to chair APSP in November. You may already know we are deeply involved in strategic planning, searching for our CEO's successor in 18 months, and trying to become more relevant to the swimming pool / recreational water industry as a whole. I'd like your council. Please answer the following: What is your vision for a better future for the industry? (Rank order your reply 1-10 or as few or as many as you like)

Added by Steven Gorlin on June 8, 2012 at 1:50pm — 15 Comments

Is Perfection Holding You Back?

Did you know that in your pursuit of perfection you could be standing in your own way of success? In some cases it’s true. In other cases, the pursuit of perfection is another method of procrastinating. Whatever your reasons for being “perfect” you need to relax your standards and allow yourself to push on forward.

While it’s true that you don’t want to give your clients less than your best, but you can also be frozen in place when it comes to growing your…

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Added by Rex Richard on June 6, 2012 at 9:25am — No Comments

Ionization of Commercial Pools

Does any one have any experiance with an ionization system on a high bather load commercial pool.  I would like to hear from the group on this subject

Added by Mark H. Caldwell on June 2, 2012 at 2:01pm — 24 Comments

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