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Water treatment

  1. CHEMICAL MEANS
    Read carefully the label and follow the chemical product manufacturer’ instructions:
    • Controls: At least once a week review the Chlorine an pH levels and add Flocculants so that the microscopic particles that stands in suspension on water go down and this way be removed with the Deep Cleaner. Even with this you should add some anti-seaweed to prevent seaweed formation.
    • Optimal level
  2. CHLORINE NORMAL LEVEL 0,5 - 2 ppm
    CHOCK CHOLORINE 20 ppm
    PH NORMAL LEVEL 7,2 - 7,6
  3. MECHANICAL MEANS
    Make sure that the filter, skimmer, valves and hoses are correctly linked to the pool. Once a day you must run the filter system as well as when you don’t utilise the pool.
  4. SAND FILTERS CARTRIDGE FILTERS CARTRIDGE FILTERS
  5. SOLUTIONS FOR POSSIBLE PROBLEMS
  6. PROBLEM CAUSE SOLUTION
    Muddy water Bad filtration. High PH. Organic residues in excess Wash the filter. Add CLARIFY in tablets in a doser. Make a chlorine chock
    Green water Seaweed or mud formation Softly brush the liner. Analyse the PH level and adjust it between 7,2 and 7,6. Add liquid Anti-seaweed and Clarify.
    Brown water Presence of iron or manganese Analyse the PH level and adjust it between 7,2 and 7,6. Make a chlorine chock. Add Liquid Clarify
    Incrustations Presence of Calcareous in the water Analyse the PH level and adjust it between 7,2 and 7,6. Once a week add Anti – Calcareous
    Eyes and skin irritations. Bad smell Misadjusted PH. Organic residues in excess Analyse the PH level and adjust it between 7,2 and 7,6. Make a Chlorine chock.