If you own a pool or spa, you know how important it is to keep your water balanced. One key aspect of water chemistry that often gets overlooked is calcium hardness. Calcium hardness refers to the level of calcium in your water, and it is important to maintain this at the correct level in order to protect your pool surfaces and equipment. By using Calcium Plus, you can rest assured that your water is properly balanced and your pool surfaces and equipment are protected. This product comes in a 7 kilogram container and contains calcium chloride. Just remember to follow the instructions on the label and test your water regularly to ensure that your calcium hardness stays within the desired range.
Here are some key points to keep in mind when using Calcium Plus:
Keep your water balanced: As a pool or spa owner, you understand the importance of water chemistry. Calcium hardness is a crucial aspect that's often overlooked, but Calcium Plus makes it easy to maintain.
Protect pool surfaces and equipment: Maintaining the correct level of calcium hardness is crucial for protecting your pool surfaces and equipment. By using Calcium Plus, you can be confident that your pool is protected from damage.
Contains calcium chloride: Calcium Plus contains calcium chloride and comes in a 7 kg container, making it the perfect addition to your pool maintenance routine.
Follow instructions: It's important to follow the label instructions to ensure proper water chemistry is maintained. Test your water regularly to ensure that your calcium hardness stays within the desired range.
Test regularly: To ensure proper calcium hardness levels, use a reliable test kit. The desired range for total hardness is 225 to 300 ppm for plaster pools and 175 to 250 ppm for fibreglass, vinyl or painted pools.
Easy to use: If the total hardness exceeds the desired range, simply add 112 g of Calcium Plus per 10,000 L to raise the total hardness by 10 ppm. It's that easy!
Prevent corrosion and surface pitting: Remember to adjust low calcium levels as indicated on the label to prevent corrosion and surface pitting.