Make sure that you change all filters when you make the transistion. If you are using a sand filter make sure that you change the sand in it. If you don't you will have a m-ess that looks like foam from the sea. I have done this and I know...this happened to me... You have to make sure that you get all of the non chlorine product out of all of the filtering aspects.
It,s easy. Just Shock your pool with a chlorine shock and then make sure the chlorine level is where you need it to be. It, more involved if you go from Chlorine to Bacqucil. but why would you want to Bacqucil is so much nicer and easier.
Baquacil is a non-chlorine alternative used to sanitize pools or hot tubs, maybe both. I'm not sure how to answer your question, but I bet you can find the answers at http://www.baquacil.com/default.asp . Good idea to ask your pool person too.
No - chlorine reacts to form chlorides - not bromides
To convert the number of chloride atoms to mols of chlorine atoms, simply multiply by Avogadro's number. This number is 6.022E23. Note that chlorine typically exists as a diatomic molecule, consisting of two chlorine atoms.
Do you have a system installed at the equipment pad that will convert the salt to chlorine? If not, then NO!.
You first have to convert the pool to a chlorine system As a salt water system is a chlorine system.
number of moles of chlorine present in 120g, convert to moles
you would have to convert the pool to saltwater there really is no way to clean it without chlorine
Chlorine-35 is 76 % and chlorine-37 is 24 %.
You would need a chlorine generator such as Auto Pilot. Many companies make them. After you install the chlorine generator, you add your salt to the pool.
chlorine atom will first convert to the gaseous chlorine atom which will then add one electron to form chloride ion.
You need to know the density of the chlorine which is affected by the temperature and pressure at which the chlorine is. Once you know the density, you can convert it using: density = mass/volume → volume = mass/density. You'll need to know the density in pounds per gallon.
Chlorine reaches stratosphere in the form of CFC's. They react with ozone to deplete it and convert into oxygen.
If you have a salt water pool then the chlorine generator is there to convert the salt into chlorine to keep up the chlorine content of the pool. However if you don't have one of these or it is broken down you can always add chlorine directly to make up the shortfall until the necessary repairs are done.
yes, a saltwater system is in fact a chlorine system anyway the difference being that salt is added to the pool and a chlorinator is put inline to convert part of the salt electronically into chlorine.
I would like to convert to chlorine. Can you post the instuctions here? Wait for what? As soon as you have made your mind up to change, just do it. The baquacil won't go away on its own. Nor will the slime and gunk it leaves in your filter. For instructions as to how to convert from baqucil to chlorine, or saline system - e-mail me and I will send by attachment.
Chlorine is not compatible with baquacil. Nor is the saline (salt) system. For info on how to convert off baquacil e-mail me and I will reply with instructions.
The water gets saltier. Salt is added to salt water pools so that a chlorine generator can convert it into chlorine It wont do any harm as amater of act it will make the water feel better.
No, you only need to put in the salt and fit the salt water chlorinator. Salt water pools are chlorine pools they make it electronically by converting the chloride into chlorine in the pool
Ethane + Chlorine --> Ethyl chloride + Methyl chloride + Na (heat)--> Propane
It wouldn't make a great deal of difference aside from making the water feel better to swim in. Salt water pools also have chlorine generators that convert part of the salt in the water into chlorine.
yes you will need to get a salt water chlorinator to convert the chlorine in the salt,
Simple just turn of the salt chlorinator and start treating it as a chlorine pool. A salt water pool is in fact a chlorine pool . the salt in the ater is converted into chlorine gass ellectronicaly and then desolved into the water. If you want to convert to the old way of chlorinating, simply keep an eye on chlorine levels and dont run the chlorinator. Ignore the salt it will weaken over time.
you have to replace then entire filter system as they use different processes to treat the water.