Hydraulics

Hydraulics are an important part of any pool or spa functionality. Commercial bodies of water must meet prescribed “turnover cycle” by NAC 444.085:

NAC 444.085 “Turnover cycle” defined. (NRS 439.200, 444.070) “Turnover cycle” means the period of time required to completely recirculate the water in a public bathing or swimming facility through its filter and treatment systems. (Added to NAC by Bd. of Health, eff. 11-1-88)

Pool Type and Turnover Cycle

  • Activity pools – maximum turnover cycle of four hours
  • Wave pools – maximum turnover cycle of four hours
  • Child amusement lagoons – maximum turnover cycle of one hour
  • Watercourse rides – maximum turnover cycle of four hours
  • Wading pools – maximum turnover cycle of 30 minutes
  • Isolation and flotation tanks – no fewer than four turnover cycles between users
  • Pool – maximum turnover cycle of six hours
  • Spa – maximum turnover cycle of 30 minutes

Documents to Submit

All forms below must be filled out and submitted by the appropriate person (engineer, architect, etc.)

Additional forms to be completed only when appropriate for system:

Phone: (702) 759-0571

Aquatic Health Program Offices are located at the City of Las Vegas Development Services Center

 

Updated on: October 11, 2018

2018-10-11T10:12:17-07:00