With powerful and effective results, this pH increaser is available at only half the price. Whenever the pH level goes under 7.2 all you have to do is add pH increaser. This will reduce any acidity and fix water conditions.
The pH level of your pool water is a vital element of your pool's overall water chemistry. PH measures how acidic or basic the water is on a scale of zero to 14, with the ideal pH for swimming pools falling in the range of 7.2 to 7.6. When the pH level of your pool falls below 7.2, the water becomes acidic and can cause eye irritation, corrosion of metal pool equipment, dissipation of chlorine, etching of plaster walls and unsightly stains.
To prevent this from occurring, keep an eye on the pH level of your pool and, whenever it drops below 7.2, simply add pH increaser to reduce acidity and correct the water conditions.
Ph increaser corrects acidic water conditions.
100% sodium carbonate
Chemical Name: Soda Ash.
Comes in Granular form.
Initial dosage: 1 lb per 10,000 gallons
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Frequently Asked Questions:
Why should I be concerned with my ph level?
- A low ph level can cause corrosion, damage vinyl, plaster and other pool surfaces as well as pipes and other pool equipment. Low ph can also result in bather eye and skin irritation.
What should my ph level be at?
- Your ph level should be between 7.4-7.6 units.
How much should I use to raise my ph?
- In The Swim recommends 1Lb ph increaser per 10,000 gallons to achieve a .52 unit raise.
What is the chemical name for ph increaser?
- Ph increaser is also commonly called soda ash.
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