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Shock Chlorine Granules
If you practice shock treatment as a preventative maintenance application you will begin to see real advantages.
Dolphin Leisure Granular Shock Chlorine is very effective at restoring sparkling water from algae infestation. Also use this product if the pool has been neglected or algae growth has appeared on the floors and walls of the pool, or there has been an exceptionally high bather load.
Helps prevent and remove algae. Destroys swimmer wastes. May be used for regular disinfection.
How to apply chlorine shock granules:
1) Maintain pH levels within the ideal range 7.2 -7.6. If the level is not in this range it is best to adjust.
2) Maintain free chlorine residuals routinely in the 1 -3mg/l (ppm) range. Shock procedures are recommended either weekly or fortnightly or after a heavy bather load.
3) Pre-dissolve this product in a container of water and stir well to ensure product is fully dissolved. Add the resulting solution to the pool whilst the pump is turned on preferably near the water inlets to aid distribution.
4) Repeat dose/application if necessary.
5) After using this product, pool water may become temporarily cloudy, so keep the filtration pump running until it clears and backwash regularly.
6) After shock treatment it is best to allow the chlorine to drop below 5mg/l before bathing recommences, and in any event wait for at least 30 minutes! Always test your water AFTER dosing and PRIOR to bathing.
- Better water quality
- Lower overall operating costs
- Easier maintenance schedules
- Happier, healthier pool/spa owners
- Longer periods of uninterrupted swim time
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