What kind of salt do you put in a salt water pool?
Swimming pool salt not rock salt, sea salt, water softener salt.
Simply put any pool can be a salt water pool, even an above ground pool.
Bromine is an additive that you put in a pool to sanitize the water. Chlorine is an additive that you put in a pool to sanitize the water. Salt is added to some pools to allow it to be converted electronically to chlorine with a salt water chlorinator.
A salt water pool is a chlorine pool. the difference is that in a salt water pool the chlorine is added automatically by a chlorinated that works electronically and with a chlorine pool you have to put the chlorine in your self. Salt water pool are by far the more pleasant to swim in. Chlorine because it will kill germs
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
put salt in it, purchase a 'salt chlorine generating system', usually between 1000 and 1500 dollars, and install it.
Absolutely! Morton actually sells pool salt. When it comes to using a salt generator on your pool you want to make sure you're using the cleanest salt availible, never anything to quality of rock salt. As it pertains to salt for your pool I always tell my customer, "If you wouldn't put on your food, don't put it in your pool!"
it is an illusion. salt water pools have softer feeling water and may put you under the impression that it is warmer. however there is no difference between a salt water pool or a fresh water pool.
No. Vinegar will lower the pH but it does nothing to disinfect the pool water.
Aside from not having to put chlorine in the water, the same things that you have to do in a fresh water pool.
Salt is put into swimming pools so that the water from the pool can be run through a salt water chlorinator which produces chlorine to disinfect the pools water.
The best way to add salt to the water is to split the bag open and pour the salt onto the steps. This way the ink on the bag will not stain the pool and by putting the salt on the steps your Kreepy Krawly or other automated pool cleaner will not suck the salt up.
there is a specified range that salt should be. If too much salt was put in the only way to decrease the ppm reading would be to drain water from the pool and refill.
Salt is put in some pools in order for the water to interact with a chlorine generator. a salt water pool produces chlorine automatically while it is running
It can depend on the type of pool. If it is a salt pool that's usually the salt being turned up. If it is a chlorine pool then they may have put a bit more chemicals then necessary. This should not have any negative effects on you.
Tropical fresh water. (Not salt water).
If you have a normal chlorine pool and you want to convet to a salt water pool all you have to do is get a conversion kit which involves fiting a salt water indoctrinator along the the line fitting the electronics and puting salt in the pool. you dont have to do anything to the water in the pool other then put the salt in it.It is not a difficult job and does not require… Read More
Yes, In Key West Florida, the Hemmingway house has one. It uses a pipeline to the sea that actually cleans it. Sea water is pretty disgusting (correct) You can make your pool,hottub and even bathtub a Salt water pool, Go to www.h2oco.com and look up salt water then give me a call at 801-232-5893 800-488-2436 Kenny Answer: There is a way to make your pool a salt chlorination swimming pool, but that is not exactly… Read More
You can lower the acidity by adding potash to the water
A salt water pool is nodifferent from a chlorine pool as the salt is put in the pool to make chlorine electronically and no it would make no difference to evaporation. There is a product available that reduces evaporation and heat loss known as heatsavr.
Put a tarp roughly as big as your pool on it overnight if it is near a garden with good hiding places for small things.
The Salt water pool filtration system is the same as any other filtration system used in swimming pools. The Difference in the system lays in the salt in the water. Salt is added to the water so that when it is run through the filtration system it also passes through a chlorinator that converts some of the salt into chlorine electronically By using this method of chlorination you never have to put chlorine in the… Read More
My first question is - do you have a salt generating system on that size pool? If not you can not just put salt into a pool and think it is a pool with salt that in it that is forming or making chlorine . k Our salt generating system came in today--my calculations were 137 pounds of salt, but the box says 135 pounds of salt. I will be adding what the directions say… Read More
You put chlorine in your pool or salt and they will die instantly when they touch the water also you can add a cover in it that buy or a long blanket or cloth that you lay on it.
Salt systems are compatible with all algaecides except those that are Sodium Bromide based. This algaecides are typically marketed under the name "Yellow Shock" check the active ingredient on the algaecide before you use it.
its normal water they just put some kind of chemical in it. The chemical makes the water safe to swim in. So they add that to the pool.
Yes, you can use a combination of salt and chlorine in your pool. Keep in mind that it is still good to shock your pool once per week, or after a rain. Shock is nothing but a high dose of chlorine....
If you have chlorine generator, it may stop working and the water will taste salty ( above 3500 PPM = parts per million). Drain about 1 ft of pool water using water pump and refill with fresh water, if you do not have any pump put a garden hose into your pool ( not close to the overlow) and turn it on. Water running out of the pool through overflow will remove excesive salt (may… Read More
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.
First off a "salt" pool is a chlorine pool, they big advantage of salt over using liquid chlorine is you don't have to continually drive to the pool store to get liquid to add to your pool. There has recently been concerns with salt water being put into the sewer systems and some area are implementing by-laws but the long term impact hasn't yet been established.
no you have inject your penis in it ^ Sorry for that -.- Well yes, thats basically it. You might need to add chemicals to the pool to keep its ph level normal. There are PH kits you can buy at pool shops for as little as 10$ and they work perfectly. As for the chemical you put in... I cant remember what it is but if you google it you might find it.
It is fine but do not swim in it because it can be harmful to your lungs and ESPECIALLY children too.
People use salt, bromine, chlorine, and other assorted chemicals
I have just filled my pool with fresh water No chemicals were put in as promised to us while we were out of town How do I fix this I have a salt water system?
For starters you will have to find out how much salt needs to go into your pool You would brobably be best of taking the dimensions of you pool to a pool shop , along with a clean bottle containig a sample of the pools water from about an arms length down. they will be able to test the water and tel you exactly what you require to get the pool going again.
It depends how many gallons your pool is. Once you buy your chlorinating system, the install manual will tell you how much salt to add based on how many gallons in the pool. I have an Autopilot Digital and it tells me when it needs salt. I still check it with test strips to be safe.
== == Yes, Any pool can be converted to a salt water pool All that is needed to do this is the installation of chlorine generator this is put inline in an appropriate spot on the pools existing filtration system and the installation of the electronic control system. and of course the saltIt must be remembered however that a salt water pool uses the salt in the water to create its own chlorine. The salt… Read More
how much salt do you put in a 52" x 18 x 33 pool
NO unless it was used in a salt water pool even then it is unlikely that it would do any harm in most situations.
When I got it done it involved dumping about 2/3 of the water in my ordinary salt water pool to reduce the amount of sodium chloride, However if you have a fresh water pool then you need not lose any water at all, Throw the required amount of Magnesium and potassium chloride in the pool, set up the new salt chlorinating unit and that's all that there is to it. I will put a link… Read More
We have been told it is safe and much more cost effective to put in a salt system for our above ground pool. I would like to be very sure before I invest.
too what area of concrete? the deck, the pool foundation? from my experience you don't' need to add it to any. but I'm curious on what others are doing. the only time you need to worry about salt water is if it is going to come in contact with metal objects. salt water pools should have a metal (i forget what kind of metal) disc that you can place in your skimmer basket. this type… Read More
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.
110 LBS Salt
I assume that you understand that 'salt' alone will do nothing for your pool and that you require the Saline System equipment. Salt is added initially andthereafter only top up salt is required (maybe a couple of 50 pound bags per year, on average). A saline pool requires everything that any other pool requires, with ONE EXCEPTION. The saline system will produce the sanitizer, so you do not need to add any sanitizing/oxidizing chemicals such… Read More
If you own a salt pool and you need to raise the salt level, go buy NON-IODIZED salt and add the appropriate amount (as determined by your particular salt-chlorinator's owners' manual) to get the level to where it needs to be. The salt addition process is nothing fancy; cut the corner of the bag with a box cutter and pour in the pool then sweep any that is resting on the bottom to get it… Read More
The kind that is wet! Since I don't think that is the answer you seek, I will share with you that I have a friend who had a salt water swimming pool put in her yard. She is a physical therapist who treats patients in a pool and decided it was time to get out of the chlorine. She loves it, she no longer has green hair and her bathing suits last longer than six… Read More
That depends on the water you put in> It may be a good idea to take a sample of water to the pool shop and get it tested Explain what you are doing the sise of the pool etc and they will tell you what you need to get the water balance right. You will need cyanuric acid or stabilizer to maintain you chlorine levels.
get a net ad put the packet of salt in it then let it go when it reaches the bottom
You just throw it anywhere in the pool and let it desolve.
Usually salt is not put into a pool. Usually chlorine is used. Some pools use salt though. It is about 2-3% salt.
Some fish live in salt water because they just do. Some fish live in water because they were put in water. If you get a fish at home you can put it in salt or water. It also depends on there skin because the fish can have very sensitive skin and can only touch a certain kind of water