YES! Salt water DEFINITELY causes corrosion in your swimming pool. I am a 25 year pool professional and I have seen first hand what salt does to gunite pools. It will eat you pool equipment, stone, concrete, metal, you name it. Keeping your pH neutral will slow down the process of corrosion, but it is still happening, regardless of your water chemistry. Do yourself a favor, DO NOT use salt in your pool.
No, salt does not damage the plaster. Improper water balance will.
corrosion is nothing but damage, so it even costs the country a fortune when bridges get corroded
it is important to inspect and replace thing for damage
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Yes. It can damage the kidneys.
It can get into the water supply, cause corrosion on buildings and damage crops, trees and plants.
i guess they have rubber
If you get plaster in your eyes, rinse your eyes thoroughly with warm water. You may need to visit a physician to make sure no damage has been done to the tissue.
Dry corrosion refers to the oxidation that occurs when oxygen in the air reacts with metal without the presence of a liquid. Its effects are not as detrimental as wet corrosion but it still causes some damage to the metal.
Foam resistance is a term that is commonly used in companies that create injection molds and fire resistant equipment. This term means that a product is able to resist damage or corrosion when it is in direct contact with chemicals or solvents.
form_title=Plaster Repair form_header=10343 Please specify the type of damage you require repair for. (Select all that apply)*=  Restore deteriorating ornamental plaster  Efflorescence (fluffy white powder forms on surface)  Stress crack(s)  Sagging (sounds hollow when knocked)  Patch small hole(s)  Fill larger hole(s)  Water damage in wall(s)  Water damage in ceiling(s)  Water damage around tub or shower  Other
Etching of the plaster, all metal parts. Delamination of all plaster. Total damage to the heater. Low pH is very corrosive.
Damage to the throttle body is caused by corrosion or direct impacts. A loose connection can cause nearby components to strike and damage the throttle body.
Excessive stress to joints can cause joint inflammation and eventually cartilage damage.
I think the word you are looking for is Fresco painting. However, traditonal fresco painting is done with oils, not watercolors...the watercolors can damage the plaster. Oils don't have the same properties that watercolors do and won't spread like watercolors in plaster.
Basically anything you can think of that would undo or damage what a piece of equipment would do would be an antonym for equipment
It shouldn't damage the equipment. But it will probably not work properly.
Yes. Suggest you inspect pool and drain closely for cracks or other damage.
Corrosion can present a problem below 7.0. As the pH falls below 7.2, chlorine become increasingly more aggressive and irritating. Depending upon the type of pool vinyl lined or masonry - corrosive low pH conditions can cause surface etching, liner wrinkling and equipment damage. A pH of 7.2-7.6, helps assure bather comfort, allows effective sanitizing and helps avoid corrosion.