Figure 3-2. Part I of DA Form 1713-R (Daily Water Production Log - ROWPU)
In the "Water Point/ROWPU Number" block, you should check that each ROWPU is logged by
its serial number since this allows accurate measurement of each ROWPU's production time,
consumption rates, and maintenance status.
In the "NCO in Charge" block, you will be able to know who is responsible for each ROWPU on
At the start of each new day, enter the date. By checking the forms over a period of time, you
can make an accurate estimate of the amount of chemicals and maintenance needed for extended
Enter the time the ROWPU was started and the time it was shut down. Log stop and restart
times and maintenance times.
Enter the initial knob setting and amount of chemical used for the initial charge in the "Citric
Acid", "Sodium Hex", "Chlorine", and "Polymer" blocks. Make a separate log every time you recharge
any of the chemical feed pumps. Make a log entry any time you change-the knob settings. Make an
entry of the turbidity every time you change the polymer pump settings.