Proper water chemistry helps keep pool water clean, clear and safe for bathers. Testing regularly and maintaining key levels within their proper range helps save pool owners time, money and frustration while maximizing their sanitizer efficiency.
- Low total alkalinity may result in corrosion and pH bounce.
- Alkalinity Increaser raises Total Alkalinity and buffers the water against changes in pH.
- Total alkalinity should be maintained between 100 ppm and 150 ppm.
- Minor affect on pH.
- 1.5 pounds of Alkalinity Increaser per 10,000 gallons of water will raise alkalinity 10 ppm.
- ALKALINITY INCREASER is available in 25 & 5 Lb. pails
- Low water hardness could stain or etch the pool surface and corrode equipment.
- Calcium Hardness Increaser raises water hardness level.
- Prevents foaming and equipment corrosion.
- 6 pounds of Calcium Hardness Increaser per 10,000 gallons of water will raise calcium hardness level by 50 ppm.
- CALCIUM HARDNESS INCREASER is available in 25 & 4 Lb. pails
- Protects chlorine from the degrading effects of sunlight (UV)
- Reduces chlorine consumption and saves money
- Essential for saltwater swimming pools and those using liquid chlorine (bleach), and calcium hypochlorite tablets or granular for chlorination.
- The Cyanuric acid level should be maintained between 30 ppm and 85 ppm.
- Accumulates in higher concentration at water’s surface
- Available in 25, 9 and 4 pound pails
- Low pH (below 7.0) can cause surface corrosion and plaster etching.
- pH PLUS raises the pH of pool water efficiently and economically.
- Fast dissolving, granular soda ash.
- pH PLUS is available in 5 Lb. pails