Section 3134B Disinfectant Feeders
All feeders shall be capable of supplying not less than the equivalent of 3 pounds (1 kg) of 100 percent available chlorine per day per 10,000 gallons (37,850 L) of pool water capacity.
A visible means of determining the rate of flow through the device shall be provided for each disinfectant feeder.
Each container or cylinder shall be secured to prevent accidental movement. A valve protection cap shall be provided to cover the discharge valve at all times when the cylinder is not connected to the dispensing system.
Compressed gas chlorine containers in use shall be on a scale in the gas chlorinator room.
The chlorine feeding device shall be capable of delivering chlorine in an aqueous solution at the maximum design rate. The device shall not allow the backflow of pool water into the chlorine container. The device shall not allow the release of chlorine gas to the atmosphere under normal operating conditions. The device shall be designed and installed to conduct chlorine gas leaks to the outdoors during a release of chlorine gas or an interruption of the water supply.
Piping carrying chlorine gas under pressure shall not be located outside the gas chlorination equipment room.