Water parks have complex custom water distribution systems that cannot be shut off due to risks of property damage or massive water loss.
Roaring Springs Water Park had complained of water loss that was costing a lot of water, forty thousand gallons a day to be precise. That water loss was witnessed as a two in drop in the water level in the lazy river.
Roaring Springs had a low pressure leak which made it difficult to locate with electronic equipment, but with some know-how and thorough investigation, Craig and John were able to isolate the leak to be just behind the pool wall of one of the water slide landing pools.
Lazy river was losing 2 inches per day which equals about 40,000 gallons per day lost.
Leak was found in the return line to a water slide landing pool. 20 x 20 x 12 deep.
Recommended repair method:
Jackhammer the deck and dig to expose the damaged pipe, and replace the return line through the landing pool wall.