Advices that how to dose chemical products your pool

Today we will talk about water treatment and how to dose chemical products into the pool… We are sure that now your swimming looks fantastic and will continue to do so for many years if you follow these simple maintenance instructions regarding the chemicals.

It’s essential activate the circulation pump during the sanitization (it must always be in operation to prevent concentrations from building up in a specific area).

Dilute the chemicals in water and pour the mixture evenly into the different areas of the pool. Some tips:

Do not use floating dispensers as they remain in the same position for too long and could whiten the liner.

Do not use chemicals that contain copper.

 

 

Activate the circulation pump (it must always be in operation to prevent concentrations from building up in a specific area). – Dilute the chemicals in water and pour the mixture evenly into the different areas of the pool. Some tips:

Do not use floating dispensers as they remain in the same position for too long and could whiten the liner.

Do not use chemicals that contain copper.

  • Always read the label with the composition of the chemicals used, especially in the case of algicides.

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  • It is best to avoid alqicides whose composition contains copper sulphate.

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Carry out a daily test to ensure the chlorine level is 1ppm and that the pH is between 7.0-7.6.

 

If you disinfect your swimming pool with chlorine or with a salt electrolysis machine it is essential than the level of the chlorine is 1ppm and the pH level is between 7.0 and 7.6.
If you disinfect with bromide the level should be 1ppm and the pH level between 7 and 8. Excessive use of bromide can cause the liner to become brown in colour.

It is very important that the chemicals do not come int contact with the liner.

The correct way and safest way to dose chemicals into the pool water is to place the chlorine tablets into the skimmer with the pump in operation. If the product are in the form of powder, granules or liquid and you intend to add them directly to the pool.