If the available chlorine is the same percentage then they are the same.
34% available chlorine-30%-40%
There is 3 measurements of chlorine in a pool or spa. Total chlorine, combined chlorine, and free available chlorine. Free available chlorine is the good chlorine that is active in the pool killings germs and algae. Combined chlorine is chlorine is basically chlorine that was once active but has killed germs or bacteria and is now inactive in the pool. Total chlorine is free available and combined chlorine added together. If your combined chlorine is higher than free available chlorine then the water needs to be shocked to eliminate the combined chlorine. But be careful here. If you don't reach what's called break point you will only add to the combined chlorine. There are products on the market which will only remove combined chlorine without effecting your free available chlorine if you are unsure about reaching breakpoint. Hope this helps.
There are 3 components to the chlorine level in the pool. Total chlorine, Free chlorine, and Combined chlorine. Free chlorine is the chlorine available for sanitation.
Just shock it to break point and your at free chlorine.
chlorine present in free or bound form, or in both forms. In water treatment, free/residual chlorine is the amount of chlorine that is still available to do its job of disinfection. Bound chlorine is chlorine that has been used up. It is still in the water, but it is no longer available for disinfection.
Usually it relates to hypochlorites content in the product. Available chlorine is the quantity of chlorine that can hypothetically be produced by reaction of bleaching powder with hydrochloric acid. Greater the available chlorine is - greater oxidation ability the bleaching powder has. For example, available chlorine 5% means that fixed amount of something can be oxidized by (100/5)X=20X grams of bleaching powder and the same can be done with only X grams of pure chlorine.
Free or residual chlorine is chlorine that is present in the form of hypochlorous acid, hypochlorite ions or as dissolved elemental chlorine. Bound chlorine is that fraction of the total chlorine that is present in the form of chloramines or organic chloramines. Total chlorine is that chlorine that is present in free or bound form, or in both forms. In water treatment, free/residual chlorine is the amount of chlorine that is still available to do its job of disinfection. Bound chlorine is chlorine that has been used up. It is still in the water, but it is no longer available for disinfection.
Free Chlorine is the Chlorine which is free to do its work in the pool, as opposed to Combined Chlorine which is chlorine that has combined with contaminants and is tied up and ineffective as a sanitizer in the pool. Sometimes you will see it abbreviated as FAC, which stands for Free Available Chlorine.
Total Residual Chlorine (TRC) is the total of free available residual chlorine and combined (bound) residual chlorine. The amount of measurable chlorine remaining after treating water with chlorine i.e. amount of chlorine left in water after the chlorine demand has been satisfied
It is a source of available chlorine.
You can't. Chlorine is a dangerous, corrosive, poisonous gas and is not available in balloons.
You'll need about 7lbs. of Calcium Hypochloride. Use this, not liquid chlorine becasue liquid is about 12% chlorine while cal. hypo is 65% It doesn't matter if you use cal hypo or 12% liquid chlorine. 7 pounds of 65% cal hypo yields 4.55 pounds of available chlorine. 4-1/2 gallons of 12% liquid chlorine would yield the same result, as a gallon of liquid yields about a pound of available chlorine. Chlorine is chlorine . . . the important aspect is use the proper amount to deal with your particular situation.
There are many non-chlorine options for sanitizing pools, both above and in ground. Sodium Bromide is one option that is usually readily available.
I don't think statistics are available on this.
chlorine bleach available in chamical store
Chlorine is used in the process of cleaning water before its available for human consumption. It kills the bacteria in the water that can cause diseases.
There are test kit available in the market to check chlorine concentration in ppm levels. It also had real-time analyser for the chlorine in the market. You may want to search for DPD Colorimetric Method for the titration mechanism of chlorine.
Ad cyanuric acid/stabilizer, this is available from your pool shop
To make a basic solution, it has to contain available hydroxide ions. Chlorine doesn't, so it can't be basic.
Combined chlorine is when the chlorine molecule has attached itself to other molecules in water. In other words it has "combined" with something else in the water. Those could be iron, manganese, ammonia or other things depending on the source water. Free chlorine is the molecules that are "free" in the water to do the disinfection.
Testing kits are available to indicate when this is required. the best time of day to do this is in the evening as the nigh with no sunlight will not loose you as much chlorine until the next day.
Any one or thing swimming in the pool will reduce the amount of free chlorine available in the swimming pool. Dog hair body fats and other impurity's will take up free chlorine in the pool thereby reducing the amount of effective chlorine available. Dogs bring into the pool more contaminants than do humans for AA lot of various reasons.