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I wish you the best of luck with your swim club's board! They can be a real pain to deal with, as many of them think they know everything, but actually know very little. As far as stabilizer goes, there is no way to get rid of it other than dilution by dumping the pool. Here in WI, stabilized chlorine is not allowed in indoor pools, and in outdoor pools the CYA is limited to 30 ppm. I'm certain Richard will fill in the blanks on CYA/Free Chlorine ratios, so good luck on that!
On another note, unless the board that governs the swim club is comprised of CPO's, professional chemists, or mechanical engineers, it doesn't matter whether they want to drain the pool or not. If it needs to be done, it needs to be done!
Your humidity and corrosion problems are most likely to be tied to the amount of outside air that the air handling systems are designed for. ASHRAE specs say you want 0.5 CFM outside air delivered per sq. ft. of pool surface area, and WI State code is double that. In high bather-load pools, even that's not enough from my experience.
For your pool, I'd dump it to get rid of the CYA. From there, I'd work with the maintenance people to open up the outside air dampers & max out the exhaust fans to help blow out the bad air. If they're unwilling to do that, then start opening doors and adding barn fans. The only people who would be against that are the ones who don't know what they're doing!
As for the cal hypo, I hope your source water has a very low calcium hardness. Otherwise, you could be trading one problem for another. Feel free to call with any questions!
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Marshfield Area YMCA
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