AND ALGAE in Swimming Pool Water.
recommended daily levels as determined by testing kit. Free available chlorine:
1.0- 3.0 ppm pH: 7.2- 7.8 Total alkalinity: 100 - 120 ppm Calcium hardness: 200 -
2. For outdoor pools, chlorine residuals can be protected from
destruction by sun’s rays by adding 300 g of stabilizer (cyanuric acid) per 10,000 L
of pool water to yield the required initial concentration of 30 ppm.
using an automatic chlorinator, fill the chamber(s) with tablets and adjust flow rate,
according the manufacturer’s recommendations, to maintain proper chlorine
residuals. Adding pucks to the pool’s skimmer basket is an alternative chlorine feed
method. Daily usage should approximate 25 g of AQUA FOOT per 10,000 L of
4. Periodic superchlorination of pool water is recommended.
Follow label instructions of superchlorination product being employed.
NOTE: Hot weather, heavy pool usage, and rain may require
higher usage rates to maintain proper chlorine residuals.
contain stabilizer which can accumulate in pool water. Keep stabilizer within the
range of 30-100 ppm by dilution with fresh water.