Pool and Hot Tub pH Increaser (Bulk Container - 25 kg)
- Fast dissolving pool or water balancer - bulk container.
- Ideal to increase the pH level in pool or hot tub water.
- Prevents and cures problems caused by low pH.
- Trusted by the trade, used by professionals and commercial entities for over 20 years.
- Manufactured to the same specifications as other leading brands.
Perfect for soft water areas, the pH Increaser (Bulk Container - 25 kg) raises the pool or hot tub pH water level. A quick and efficient way to prevent or cure the problems caused by low pH. PLEASE NOTE: Maximum quantity per order is 1.
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pH Increaser (Bulk Container - 25 kg) sometimes referred to as pH Plus or Soda Ash, is ideal to increase the alkalinity of pool and hot tub water, raising the pH. Too low pH level can create problems such as ineffective chlorination and scaling of pool or hot tub structure. To ensure a safe use of your pool or hot tub, maintain a free chlorine level of between 1.5 - 3 ppm for pools or 3 - 5 ppm for hot tubs and a pH level of between 7.2 and 7.6. The ideal pH level is 7.4.
|Delivery||Next working day - Mainland UK only (if order placed before 2PM Monday to Friday)|
|Barcode Number (GTIN)||None|
|Used In||Hot Tubs (Hard Shell), Hot Tubs (Vinyl), Inflatable Spas, Small Pools, Large Pools|
|Used For||pH (Increasing)|
|Instructions for use||1. Test to check the chemical balance. 2. To increase the pH add: 10 grams per 1,000 litres (220 gallons); 50 grams per 5,000 litres (1,100 gallons); 100 grams per 10,000 litres (2,200 gallons); 600 grams per 60,000 litres (13,200 gallons). 3. Fill a clean plastic bucket with water, add the required dose of pH Reducer and mix well. 4. Add the solution to your pool or hot tub near the water inlet with pump running. 5. Allow the chemicals to circulate for 2 - 3 hours then retest and repeat if necessary. Note: The pH level should be adjusted as soon as the pool or hot tub is filled because tap water pH varies widely from region to region. Once filled, regular checks arenecessary as pH is also affected by dilution with fresh water and the addition of chemicals. ALWAYS ADD CHEMICALS TO WATER & NOT WATER TO CHEMICALS. NEVER MIX CHEMICALS.|
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