So, if your pool conditioner contains 50ppm, you should aim for a free chlorine level between 3ppm and 4ppm. You should use about 4kg of CYA per 10,000 liters of water for each 30ppm increase. However, some product instructions vary, so read the label for the correct dosage.
Dosage Tips: 1 gallon of instant pool conditioner increases CYA levels by 32ppm per 10,000 gallons. Note: If the CYA level is below 30ppm, use the Instant Pool Watermaker to calculate the required gallons using the following formula: 4 oz 10,000 added gallons = 1ppm increase in air conditioner stabilizer level.
It is recommended to wait at least 20 minutes to one hour after adding chemicals to water balance. You have to wait 24 hours (or a full cycle through the filter) to swim without using calcium chloride in the pool. It is safe to swim when the chlorine level is around 5ppm or after 24 hours.
Also known as a pool conditioner or simply a pool stabilizer, you can purchase this chemical additive in liquid or granular form. It is also often called cyanuric acid, a chemical that can be found in chlorine tablets or sticks (called trichloro) or shocks (called chlorine).
Although it is generally recommended that all pool water be filtered every 24 hours, the pump does not need to run continuously. If your pool is in constant use, you may need to run the pump eight hours a day and check the water clarity and chemical balance frequently.
Add 3-4 liters first, and if no results are seen overnight, add 3-4 liters the next day. Continue this process until you notice that the water changes color to cloudy white, light green, or transparent. YOU CAN’T SUPPORT THE POOL! The more you add, the faster it gets!
Baking soda is used to increase the overall alkalinity of the basin, which is essential for pH balancing. It is not a stabilizer. It is cyanuric acid.
Do not clean or rinse the filter for at least 48 hours after applying the conditioner.
Most products take 1 pound. Stabilizer for 3000 liters of water. Check the label of each product carefully before adding stabilizer.
Heat up the pool late at night or after dark to ensure free chlorine stays in the water longer. Ultraviolet (UV) rays from direct sunlight dramatically lower the level of free chlorine, making daytime shocks ineffective.
Both tabs and shock absorber must be used. Without taps, the chlorine shock will quickly disappear from the water without shock, the chlorine level will not be high enough to completely purify the water. You should try to keep the chlorine level between 1 and 3 ppm.
To treat cloudy pool water, superchlorination is usually the simplest solution. Test your pH after the hyperchlorination treatment and slowly add baking soda to the pool water as needed to achieve a value between 7.2 and 7.8. Higher pH values can lead to turbidity.
POOL VACUUM: Fill the pool before starting and let the hose run while vacuuming. Turn off the pump and set the multi-way relief valve to the drain position. Vacuum as quickly as possible, the water level can drop quickly. Stop vacuuming when the skimmer starts sucking in air and let the bowl fill up.
In general, you should keep the chlorine level in the pool between 1 and 3 ppm. So, if the chlorine level is already 1ppm and you want it to be higher, add 0.00013 grams per gallon to increase the chlorine level by 1ppm.
You can even mix it with chlorine tablets or sticks called trichloro and, for chlorine shock, called dichloro. These combination products are known as stabilized chlorine because the stabilizer mixes directly with the detergent so you don’t have to measure and add them separately.