pH (The Power of Hydrogen)

pH Bottom Line – Its Your $ We Are Talking About 

If your pH is too high or too low you will either burn up your $ too quickly or reduce the effectiveness of your purchased chlorine down to 2% which means you paid $5.00 for a bag of shock but only 0.01 Cents out of it! Talk about frustrating results with much money spent!

Here is all the other ways pH will cause money loss if not kept in line where it needs to be 7.2 to 7.7

Too Low: Rapid chlorine burn out, water corrosive to all it touches. Reduces life of filters system, orings, pool cleaner plastics, pool fittings and all metal parts in system are susceptible to corrosion and metal staining on pool surface. Bathing suits wear out quickly, towels as well. Hair becomes brittle and faded as well as skin irritation and skin. Overall will cost hundreds of dollars in general wear and tear acceleration and possibly thousands on premature equipment repairs, surface stain repairs and or resurfacing. Filter system media wears too quickly as well as internal pump parts and valves. Overall, failing to keep the pH set correctly is costly all the way around.

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Too High: High chlorine absorption, calcification off all plastics and metals as well as pool surface if porter cement based. Also, rubber swim toys wear as they become dried. Water becomes too soft and burns as well as extreme drying of skin and hair. The calcification alone can lead to the total resurfacing of the pool surface and at the very least an acid bath to remove the build up and a possible bead blast job on the tile to remove the tile line calcification. By this time your filter media has also dried and worn from the high pH and you had to replace them sooner than later and the pool has been hard to keep alage out of as the chlorine is working at maybe 3 to 8% which leads to depending on costly algaecide treatments to rapidly clear the pool. Overall, costly all the way around.

Bonus Below. This is one of the best county pool chemistry presentations I have seen. There is a pdf handbook that matches the section in the audio training. If you really want to get a little deeper understanding of taking care of your 25 to 60K dollar investment you may want to spend a moment checking this ph section out.

Too High: High chlorine absorption, calcification off all plastics and metals as well as pool surface if porter cement based. Also, rubber swim toys wear as they become dried. Water becomes too soft and burns as well as extreme drying of skin and hair. The calcification alone can lead to the total resurfacing of the pool surface and at the very least an acid bath to remove the build up and a possible bead blast job on the tile to remove the tile line calcification. By this time your filter media has also dried and worn from the high pH and you had to replace them sooner than later and the pool has been hard to keep alage out of as the chlorine is working at maybe 3 to 8% which leads to depending on costly algaecide treatments to rapidly clear the pool. Overall, costly all the way around.

Bonus Below. This is one of the best county pool chemistry presentations I have seen. There is a pdf handbook that matches the section in the audio training. If you really want to get a little deeper understanding of taking care of your 25 to 60K dollar investment you may want to spend a moment checking this ph section out.