## What is the size of commercial swimming pool?

Commercial or public pools are operated by government agencies such as communities and school. It might be ten times larger in the size and volume then private pools. Competitive swimming pools, for example, are usually 50 meters in length by 23 meters in width.

## What is a Type 0 pool?

2 Type 0 pool (where diving is prohibited) shall not be limited in width, length, or water depth except as specifically provided for in this standard. 5.9.3 Location of equipment and pool.

What is Code Brown at a pool?

In swimming pool lingo, this refers to an emergency that occurs whenever there is a presence of feces in the water. A person needs to defecate in the pool to produce said Code Brown. For instance, people with diarrhea are a common case and for this reason should always avoid swimming.

### What is pool capacity?

For a rectangular pool, multiply the length times the width, then multiply by the average depth. Finally, multiply by 7.5. For example, a pool that’s 30 feet in length and 15 feet wide, with an average depth of 5 feet, would be 30 x 15 x 5 x 7.5= 16,875.

### What is a good slope for a pool?

There is 1 ft drop in slope for every 3 feet of distance. the slope should not exceed that. It can be less, but not more.

How deep is a pool with a diving board?

7.5 to 9 feet
To qualify for a diving board installation, your pool has to have a diving well that meets a certain depth. The American National Standards Institute (ANSI) have set the standard diving well depth of 7.5 to 9 feet, depending on your exact configuration. NOTE: competition pools are deeper because the boards are higher.

#### How deep should your pool be?

You’ll want to minimize the shallow end as much as possible to elongate the swimming area. We recommend a depth of 4-6ft. Another good option for swimming laps is to opt for an L shaped pool, with a shallower area on the shorter side and a depth of between 4-6ft on the longer side.

#### How big is an Olympic size pool in feet?

164 feet
How big are Olympic swimming pools? Swimming pools for Olympic games must be at least 50 meters (164 feet) long between the Automatic Officiating Equipment touch panels and 25 meters (82 feet) wide.