The total mineral content in your water
An unstable colourless liquid with a pungent odour, made by the reaction of Sodium Hypochlorite and Ammonia
Copper is an amazing algaecide, used as a water treatment in pools.
(CYA) Cyanuric Acid
Stabiliser – is a sunscreen that protects your chlorine from being dissolved by UV rays (the sun)
FCL (Free Chlorine)
The available chlorine that can work within your water
Fiberglass is optimal at pH of 6.8 – 7.2
An agent that binds particles together weighing them down, thus settling them at the bottom of the pool. Useful for cleaning as it lets manual and / or APC suction clean the settled debris.
The correct pH of 7
Marbelite & Gunite pH
Marbelite & Gunite is optimal at pH of 7.2 – 7.6
A flocculent for metals
Need to add salt:
50,000 Litres takes ten 300kg to start. Salt Used by chlorination systems is turned into chlorine.
Chlorine with no stabiliser agent
Organic material being burned. Chlorine is a strong oxidiser
Is fundamental to a pool because when at the correct band; every aspect becomes optimal
When your pH Increases or drops significantly in a very short period of time.
Parts Per Million
A germ killing chemical
A large dose of sanatiser that overdose’s your levels to Distress your pool
Chlorine combined with stabiliser
Marks upon pool surfaces that do not feel slippery / slimy
TA (Total Alkalinity)
The total alkalinity in your water which regulates pH bounce. Optimal reading at 80 – 120ppm
TCL (Total Chlorine)
Your total chlorine count in your water
TDS (Total dissolved solids)
The amount of material and chemicals suspended within your water1_3_1_1