What is Alkalinity?
It is the total amount of alkaline materials present in your swimming pool water.
How is total alkalinity measured?
- Total alkalinity is measured in PPM (parts per million).
What is the correct range for total alkalinity?
- The correct range for total alkalinity is 80ppm to 120ppm
What happens if my total alkalinity is too high?
- High total alkalinity can result in a high pH. This drastically decreases the efficiency of your pool chemicals, and can lead to cloudy water conditions
How do I lower my total alkalinity?
- To lower total alkalinity you have to add an acid such as pHix It Down .
What happens if my total alkalinity is too low?
- Low total alkalinity can cause pH bounce and cause water to become corrosive to metal parts both in your filter and in your exposed pool framework.
How do I raise my total alkalinity?
- To raise total alkalinity you have to add Alka-pHix.
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