Maintenance Checklist for Chlorination Equipment
Insert a new lead gasket in the chlorine
valves or tubes to cylinders or equipment.
Chlorine leak detection
Use an unstopped bottle of aqua-ammonia
to detect leaks; repair immediately.
Disassemble, clean, and replace faulty
parts in piping, meters, valves, and tubing.
Open and close valves to assure that all
are operable; check stuffing boxes and
repair or replace faulty valves or packing.
Chlorine solution tubes
Look for location of potential leaks, and for
solution of hexametaphosphate in makeup
Chlorine feeder water
Clean water strainers and pressure
reducing valves; adjust float valves and
Disassemble or operate; use graphite
valves and parts
grease to prevent freezing; hand tighten
only--do not use tools.
Clean out any obstruction.
Cabinet and working parts
Clean all parts where accumulation may
interfere with proper operation.