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For pool owners and swimmers who prefer not to use chlorine to sanitize their pool, bromine provides an ideal alternative. America's Strongest Bromine is a very powerful form of swimming pool bromine that will keep your pool sparkling clean while providing you with a variety of additional benefits.
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– If bromine seems ineffective make sure the dispensing source of the bromine is getting proper water flow to dissolve the bromine. For example making sure water level is correct in the pool, making sure the floater has proper ventilation, and that the automatic feeders dial is set correctly. If bromine still seems to be ineffective check the stabilizer also known as cyanuric acid. The correct level for stabilizer is 30-60 ppm. If the stabilizer is to low the bromine will be used up faster making it appear that the bromine is not effective. If the stabilizer level is high it can mask the bromine causing the bromine unable to sanitize properly.
– If you believe the bromine is defective/ineffective, you can add granular bromine or bromine boost. This in conjunction with good flow over the bromine tabs will boost up the bromine residual. This will usually help to get a bromine reading faster on a newly started bromine water source.
– When using bromine it is recommended that you shock weekly. Reason: Bromine combines with contaminants which become bromamines. As bromamine levels increase in the pool, the bromine that is fed into the pool becomes less effective. Weekly shocking of a bromine pool will eradicate the bromamines so the sanitizing process can continue. If you don't shock, the contaminants continue to build up and the pool will not be properly sanitized.