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ABCs of Spa Water Chemistry

ABCs of Spa Water Chemistry

…clear, clean hot tub water. It will also allow your sanitizer to perform at peak efficiency. We recommend OxySpa non-chlorine MPS shock, although dichlor granular chlorine is also a good shock to use at startup and to correct occasional water problems if they occur. (Dichlor should be pre-dissolved…
All About Chlorine

All About Chlorine

…total chlorine level is higher than free chlorine, that indicates the presence of combined chlorine. In that case you need to shock or superchlorinate your pool or spa. Shocking with OxySpa non-chlorine MPS shock, or dichlor in an extra large dose will actually oxidize the combined chlorine and…
Above Ground Pools Maintenance

Above Ground Pools Maintenance

…these chloramines and oxidize organic contaminants. We recommend shocking with Dichlor if needed, per the label directions. (Do not enter the pool if the residual chlorine is above 3 ppm). In addition, non-chlorine Oxy-Spa oxidizing shock is an odor free, monopersulfate (MPS) compound which also…
FAQ Water Chemistry

FAQ Water Chemistry

…or chlorine. Maintaining water balance is essential, and regular use of non-chlorine Oxy-Spa Non-chlorine MPS Shock is recommended when using these systems.Back to MenuWhat is the purpose of shocking compounds?Shocking the spa water is the process by which suspended organic matter is oxidized or…
Troubleshooting Water Problems

Troubleshooting Water Problems

…turns brown, blue, green or blackExcessive mineral contentMetal parts in equipment erodingCopper, iron or manganese in water being oxidized by chlorine, monopersulfate or ozoneLow pHLow hardness levelAdd Stain, Scale, Metal Control*Test and adjust pH levelPrefilter fill water with PreFreshRun…
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