Water Testing

The best time to test the water is before adding chemicals in the afternoon, and then again first thing in the morning to ensure safety for bathing. Water test should be conducted at least three times a day if the swimming pool is heavily used. Ph 7.5 is the appropriate ph level for pool water. When strong sunlight can reduce the quantity of chlorine in a pool, keep an eye on levels on summer days. Any changes in colour, like as cloudiness, can be caused by bacterial or algal growth, suspended materials, or other contaminate, and should not be neglected.


Adding Chemicals

To ensure effective mixing with filtered water, check the water at the pool's return flow and add any chemicals there as well. Clean the pool surfaces, especially the waterline, on a basis to prevent the development of sun-ois, body fats, algae, airborne contaminants, and other pollution. Pool paving slabs should be brushed away from the pool as cleaned with a strong chlorine solution


Helpfull Tips

Whenever the pool is drained, never turn on the lights. When lights are submerged, they should only be turned on. While swimmers are in the pool, never add chemicals. Mixing chemicals is the no. Chemicals must always be added to water. Even when pre-mixing the product, never add water to dry chemicals. Pool chemicals can be extremely harmful. Read all labels and follow all guidelines by using items. Keep chemicals in a warm, dry location.


Helpfull Tips

Add chemicals in the evening. Chemicals will be evaporated heavily in daylight.

Maintain ph level at 7.2 - 7.5.

Never add water to chemicals, chemicals to water only.

Add excess water to maintain the regular level before cleaning steps.

Always follow filter -> Backwash -> Rinse -> Filter (final position).

Move vacuum head slowly not to stir-up debris, you save water, time and electricity.

Check pressure gauge regularly.

Select "Reciseulate" option after adding chemicals to get the optional level of chemicals.

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