Adjusting Calcium Hardness In Swimming Pools And Spas
Adjusting calcium hardness is a task that should be done very carefully. This process generally involves you having to partially drain your pool and re-fill it once again. On the other hand, you may have to add some calcium chloride as a source of calcium treatment because your pool calcium hardness is too low.
No one like to drain the water from their swimming pools or from their spas for that matter. However, in some cases it will require you to do just that because your calcium hardness in your pool or spa is too high.
If this is so, the necessary steps to correct it must be done. Failure to lower your calcium hardness to the require level set by the swimming pool and spa industry result in and unbalanced pool water chemistry and an uninviting pool or spa.
Adjusting Calcium Hardness Using Calcium Chloride
There will be times when you will need to raise or increase your calcium hardness through frequent adjustment.
The table below provides you some guidance that will help you reach the desired ppm level of calcium hardness in your swimming pools and spas respectively.
Before adding the swimming pool chemical calcium chloride to your pool or any swimming pool, it is highly recommended that you mix the pool chemical in a bucket or mixing drum first. After you have dissolved the calcium chloride contents, add it to your swimming pool water by pouring it in into your pool. However, make sure that you brush the bottom of the pool or spa thoroughly.
By thoroughly bushing the bottom of the swimming pool, you stir up any undissolved chemical material that may have settle on the bottom of pool. Make sure that you read the manufacturer's SDS (Safety Data Sheets) that accompany your swimming pool or spa chemical during shipping and delivery. The information provided by the manufacturer will give you specific guideline on how the pool chemical is to be handled and used before you attempt adjusting calcium hardness.
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