Just add Chlorine manually to the pool... I recomend liquid chlorine, because if you decide to replace the cell the calcum from powder chlorine will clog up the cell... How much chlorine should you add depends on so many factors eg the size of the pool, the water temp, how much you use the pool ect, ect. Its All trial & Error. where i live, in east Sydney Australia for an average pool (50,000L) i tell people 1L a day in summer & 1L every 2-4 Days in winter. but you really should get a test kit & test the chlorine every few day till you work out the chlorine demand of your pool....
Thiosulfate will neutralize chlorine. Buy it at a pool store.
Someone/something changed the original question and that is probably why it has not been answered.Safe levels for chlorine are 1.5 ppm to about 5.0 ppm. of free chlorine. You should have a test kit that will give you free chlorine readings as opposed to just a chlorine residual. Free chlorine is what sanitizes the pool water. If you can smell a chlorine odor coming from your pool then you do not have enough chlorine in the water.K
you should have your pool tested just to be on the safe side.
If you have a salt water hot tub or pool, you shouldn't need to add any extra chlorine. I am the pool operator at our local YMCA and we have a salt system with a Chloromatic chlorine generating cell. Rarely do we add any extra chlorine, only in cases of decontamination and/or shocking. Bromine does do better than chlorine in higher temps.
Yes...I found that if you keep your chlorine a bit high in your pool it will stay clear...and by putting the tablets in the skimmer it just helps by releasing the chlorine.
A salt water pool has a chlorine generator on it that turns sodium chloride into chlorine gas. The water in the pool is not like the ocean, you can't taste the salt and it doesn't sting your eyes. The water isn't as harsh on clothing, eyes, skin and hair as chlorine is.
Bleach is unstabilized chlorine. It is just a weaker form of the chlorine you buy at the pool store.
throw chlorine in it
You can swim in a pool without chlorine or salt they just keep the pool clean. but if you do it can give you bad skin
Yes it does just like a chlorine pool.
i not for sure where you can get gas chlorine, but if you want the kind of chlorine that goes into your pool and cleans to, just go to your local pool store and I'm sure that they have pleanty for you needs.
it dies cause of the chlorine because it has a chemical in it which is very dangerous
If you have a salt water pool then you have a chlorine generating system. In a salt water pool through an electric process, the sodium turns into Sodium Hypochlorite. (Chlorine / Bleach ) Now to answer your question: With a chlorine generator system the majority of expense is up front with the unit itself and then when you have to replace the cell. A cell will usually last about 5 years. With chlorine you simply pay for the chlorine as needed. I've had some customers (the Lady's say the salt makes there skin feel smoother. I personally don't notice a difference.
Just wait it out the chlorine will dissipate after a couple of days. if you have a salt water pool turn the chlorine generator down or run the filter less often if possible.
No, You have to have a salt/Chlorine generator or you'll just be swimming in a slime salt water body of water.
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.
Have you actually added liquid chlorine to the pool?