More stories about Testing

  • On the Right Track?

    A new version of the drain-cover standard, ANSI/APSP-16, is scheduled to be released later this year.

  • Physical/Ultraviolet Testing

    A key component to entrapment prevention is ensuring secure placement of drain covers.

  • The Difference in Testing

    Electronic testing devices for water analysis seem to be everywhere these days.

  • Avoiding Faulty Readings

    Inaccurate test results are not always the fault of the water-testing equipment.

  • Defending Your Balance

    Alkalinity testing isn’t just another way to add cost and confusion to a service technician’s routine.

  • Testing 1-2-3

    Changing a light bulb is the stuff of dumb-blonde jokes. But pool lights can be a bit trickier.

  • Passing the Test

    The laboratory that will help determine the future of the hot tub industry is as modest as its task is monumental.

  • Acid Watch

    Cyanuric acid, or CYA, is great at protecting chlorine from the sun’s UV rays.

  • Turning Up the Heat

    Imagine if, seemingly overnight, the state government said that your car did not get enough miles per gallon to be street legal.

  • Basic Pool Water Tests

    Service techs can use three methods to measure chlorine residuals in pools: