To minimize bleaching, predissolve required amount of CHLOR in a plastic pail with concentration not exceeding 1 kg per 10,000 L of pool water. Always add chemical to water, NEVER water to chemical. Pour resulting slurry directly into pool water.
- Initially, superchlorinate pool water by adding 150 g of CHLOR per 10,000 L of pool water. For best results, superchlorinate at dusk.
- Maintain proper chlorine residual by pouring around the pool, directly on the surface of water, 30 g of CHLOR per 10,000 L of pool water, daily or as needed.
- Superchlorinate weekly with 150 g of CHLOR per 10,000 L of pool water when average daily temperature is between 25°C and 32°C. Otherwise, superchlorinate every other week.
- For visible algae, superchlorinate using 350 g of CHLOR per 10,000 L of pool water. Heavy algae infestation may require dosages up to 500 g per 10,000 L of pool water. Vacuum pool when dead algae settle.
||Less than 40,000 L
||40,000 L to 80,000 L
|ROUTINE DOSAGE (daily)
|VISIBLE ALGAE PROBLEM
- Hot weather, heavy pool usage and rain may require higher usage rates to maintain proper chlorine residuals.
- For outdoor pools, chlorine residuals can be protected from destruction by sun’s rays by the addition of STAB.