PH Balance

 

Controlling the pH of your swimming pool with chemicals is important to maintain a healthy pool environment.

 

A high pH value indicates a high alkaline content, a high pH value can damage the effectiveness of your

disinfectant (chlorine), scale formation may occur, the water could become cloudy and the capability of the filter might be reduced.

 

A low pH value indicates a high acid content. If the pH gets too low it is likely that corrosion will occur around the pool fittings but more importantly a low pH value may cause skin and eye irritation.

 

The ideal pH for your swimming pool would be a pH level of 7.2 - 7.6. To ensure that your swimming pool is the correct pH you should test the water regularly.

1 KG PH+ Soda Ash
Reference: PH+1
£13.00
PH+ Pool Soda Ash Used to increase PH in swimming pool water. Keep swimming pool water between 7.2 – 7.6 PPM
1 KG PH- Pool Acid
Reference: PH-1
£13.00
PH- Pool Acid (Sodium Bisulphate) Used to reduce the alkalinity of swimming pool and spa water, lowering the pH level. Maintain a pH level of between 7.2 and 7.6 to ensure bather comfort and to prevent long term damage to the pool and equipment. As a general guide add 100 grams to ...
5 KG PH+ Soda Ash
Reference: PH+5
£20.00
PH+ Pool Soda Ash Used to increase PH in swimming pool water. Keep swimming pool water between 7.2 – 7.6 PPM
7 KG PH- Pool Acid
Reference: PH-7
£20.00
PH- Pool Acid (Sodium Bisulphate) Used to reduce the alkalinity of swimming pool and spa water, lowering the pH level. Maintain a pH level of between 7.2 and 7.6 to ensure bather comfort and to prevent long term damage to the pool and equipment. As a general guide add 100 grams to ...