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  • Q What is TCCA used for?

    A Trichloroisocyanuric acid is an organic compound with the formula (C3Cl3N3O3). It is used as an industrial disinfectant, bleaching agent and a reagent in organic synthesis. This white crystalline powder, which has a strong "chlorine odour," is sometimes sold in tablet or granule form for domestic and industrial use.
  • Q What is TCCA chlorine?

    A TCCA stands for Trichloroisocyanuric Acid. Trichloroisocyanuric Acid & chemical is used as a disinfecting agent in swimming pools and fountain water bodies and helps in achieving crystal clear and clean water. Our TCCA 90 provides long-term effects in keeping your swimming pools free from bacteria and algae.
  • Q Why does my pool lose chlorine so fast?

    A That means that oxidation levels have increased to a point where chlorine is being consumed faster than it can be put into the water by either shocking or normal applications such as a salt chlorinator. The cause of this could be due to contamination, low pH or low chlorine stabiliser levels.
  • Q What happens if you don't add chemicals to pool?

    A Bacteria growth: The number one consequence of letting your pool water go untreated is that it will harbour and then grow bacteria. Depending on what grows, this can result in water discoloration, bad smells, and negative health consequences. Algae blooms: Algae commonly takes over pools that are left untreated.
  • Q Should you run your pool pump 24 hours a day?

    A Some commercial properties require 24-hour a day pump circulation, but as a homeowner, this is not advisable. If you are lucky enough to own an Energy Efficient, Variable Speed swimming pool pump (VSP) then , yes, technically you could run your pump for 24 hours a day.
  • Q How long does liquid chlorine last in a pool?

    A Liquid chlorine, otherwise known as sodium hypochlorite, is an unstable form of chlorine that will lose 38% to 74% of all of its potency within 6 months. Specific environmental conditions can cause it to degrade even faster.
  • Q How often should I shock my pool?

    A
    about once a week
     
    Shocking your pool regularly will help to keep the water clean and free of contaminants. You should aim to shock your pool about once a week, with the additional shock after heavy use. Some tell-tale signs that your pool needs to be shocked are cloudy, foamy, green, or odourous water.

  • Q How much chlorine do I put in a 10000 gallon pool?

    A
    about 52-104 oz
     
    You'll need about 52-104 oz of liquid chlorine per 10,000 gallons of water. This amount should get the chlorine level to between 5 and 10 ppm.

  • Q Is it better to use shock or liquid chlorine?

    A Liquid chlorine leaves no residue and can be up to 80% less expensive. Also, it's the most commonly used pool sanitation method. It's available in refillable containers, and it doesn't need dissolving as it's a liquid. On the other hand, powder shock is easier to carry and lasts longer.
  • Q How often should you put chlorine in your pool?

    A
    every 3-7 days
     
    Under normal circumstances, you should add a tablet of chlorine every 3-7 days, depending on the results of your water tests. Tablets are often the best option, as they are easier to handle and measure. Make sure to store them in a cool and dry place.

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