Aboveground Swimming Pool

By · Friday, July 10th, 2009

Aboveground Swimming Pool
Can anyone help me with pool chemicals?

New 18'x52 'round pool installed air and water in the sample brought to the pool instead. Told to add + ph, bleach and chlorine tablets 2 oz PDQ. Put in all and filter pan. Ran 12 hours. Now chlorine ph HIGH and LOW. What now? In addition, said pool type to dump ph + granules in the pool. Now granuals large pile in the middle of the pool floor. Please help! First pool in 30 years. Will I ever swim in it?

The ideal pH for pool water is 7.5. A pH range of 7.4-7.6 is considered acceptable. Maintain a range from 80-120 alkalinity ppm will help minimize changes in pH, which can result in the expansion and corrosion. Check out this site and find all the doses you need crystal clear water for swimming pool clear and safe.

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