The chlorine level in the pool should be maintained at 1-3 ppm throughout the year, and shocked about once a week with either chlorine or a non-chlorine shock. During the winter, the chlorine level will tend to stay about the same unless the pool is heated, but the chlorine level must be maintained, and the pool must be shocked to destroy the chloramines(ineffective, combined chlorine), and algae spores which are not visible in the water.
The previous answer is correct that the chlorine level should be maintained to be between 1 and 3 ppm. In my pool, I have found that summer usage of chlorine is around 0.5 ppm/day, but we keep our pool warm (solar heated) at around 88 degrees and higher temperatures will cause chlorine to evaporate more rapidly. We use a pool cover.
In the winter, the pool is not heated and the water typically drops to around 55 degrees (I live in northern California so it doesn't get too cold in the winter). The chlorine usage drops to less than 1 ppm/week (about 0.15/day). I doubt very much that you could close up your pool with a large amount of chlorine and have it last more than one month so you should be checking your pool at least once every 2 weeks and keeping the chlorine at 2-3 ppm for minimal maintenance.
I live in South Louisiana and I do close up my pool for the winter. In October, the pool is drained to a level just below the skimmer. All water is removed from the pipes to keep it from freezing. The pool is then winterized. The pool is thoroughly vacuumed. A dilute solution of copper (II) sulfate(algaecide) is added, the two floaters are filled with 3 inch chlorine tablets, and 4-5 pounds of lithium hypochlorite (shock) are added. The winter pool cover is pulled over and tightly strapped down. The pump is shut off. I only check on the pool cover occasionally to see that it is still tied down and I remove any excess rain water on it. In March, the winter cover is removed and the water is beautiful. Each time I have had it tested, it's ready to swim. We put the solar cover on it and in a few days, we're swimming. It's easy as can be!
Hi there you should start planting i your garden early early spring , this is because the weather starts getting better than and the temperature rises.In spring flowers also bloom so your plant should start to develop now.
Most plants respond to the increased temperature and longer daylight.
Yes Spring does start on March 21, this begins the Spring Equinox.
Chlorine is used to kill germs. The process is called Chlorination.
In the spring.
Hibiscus might start showing growth in the spring as late as June in the more northern states of the US. They often begin showing spring growth at the end of February in southern states like Florida.
Thunderstorms is a spring word. Thaw and tulips are additional spring words.
It should be in "spring 2011" for North America.
spring season is season
spring started on march 20
Spring in Australia will start on Wednesday September 1st, 2010.
Light and temperature causes a tree to bloom. During the spring when the temperature warms up and there is more light, the trees will start to have their flowers blossom or leaves begin to grow.
This is when spring starts and birds start their nesting.
WHEN DO SPRING STARTS IN america??????
Spring in Switzerland is in April
Start at the medium setting and give it 24 hours. Invest in a dial thermometer to see the temperature. If need be adjust temperature from there. Range should be 38 to 42 degrees.
warm, the days are warm when the birds start singing in the spring.
Australia has never recognised 22 September as the start of Spring. Australia has always recognised Spring as beginning at the start of September rather than from the Vernal equinox.
Spring in Melbourne starts on 1st of September
No. Spring starts in March in the US.
In the spring
It is used for catching pokemon in water . Just go to the shore of a water body and from bag, choose spring rod and you should start fishing
In the spring
Umbrella is a spring word. It begins with U.