Pool Chemistry Guidelines

- recommended Chemical Levels

pH - 7.2-7.6

  • To Increase Level - Add Alkali or pH-plus powder (Sodium Carbonate)

Total Alkalinity 80–120 ppm

Chlorine (Stabilised) 1-3 ppm

  • To Decrease Level - No action required levels will fall naturally but, if the reading is very high, apply Sodium Thiosulphate 

Chlorine (Unstabilised) 1-3 ppm

  • To Decrease Level - No action required, levels will naturally decline in sunlight

Chlorine Stabiliser 40–80 ppm

  • To Decrease Level - Partly drain pool and refill with fresh water - rainwater is best

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