1 inch Bromine Tablets 25 lbs - NC200

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Model # NC200

By Blue Wave

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Model # NC200

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BLUE WAVE BROMINE - AMERICA'S HIGHEST QUALITY BROMINE

COMPARE TO AQUABROME. This powerful and effective sanitizer kills algae and bacteria. This alternative to chlorine is great for use in swimming pools, spas, and hot tubs. Our chlorine is pH balanced so it is less harsh on skin, eyes, hair, and swimwear. Plus, bromine produces no chlorine odor, making it ideal for indoor pools. Since bromine dissolves at a must slower rate than chlorine, it must be dispensed by an automatic feeder.

  • For use in spas or pools.
  • Tablets are 1" in size. 
  • Tablets are bulk wrapped

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Product Specifications

Weight:
25 lbs.
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?     Asked on 5/23/2015 by CS

WHAT IS THE RATIO OF BROMINE AND CHLORINE IN THESE TABS?

A     Answered on 5/27/2015 by InyoPools Product Specialist Joe S.

2,4-imidazolidinedione, Bromochloro-5,5-dimethy this tablets are bromine no chlorine in them

?     Asked on 10/25/2012 by Guest

Can I use a chlorine shock in my pool if I'm using bromine as a sanitizer?

A     Answered on 10/25/2012 by InyoPools Product Specialist Patrick P.

If you are using bromine, you will want to use a non-chlorine shock. The non-chlorine shock will help sanitize the water through oxidation.

?     Asked on 10/18/2012 by Guest

I don't know if I should use chlorine or bromine in my swimming pool. What are the pros and cons of both?

A     Answered on 10/18/2012 by InyoPools Product Specialist Patrick P.

Chlorine is a good choice for swimming pools. It costs less than bromine does and is stabilized unlike bromine. Chlorine is pH dependent and a fluctuating pH will affect how well the chlorine works. Chlorine also works better at lower water temperatures. Bromine is not stabilized, meaning the sun will burn it off quicker than chlorine. Bromine isn't as dependent on the pH levels and will still be effective at higher temperature levels.

?     Asked on 7/29/2006 by Guest

Following chemical treatment, how long do I have to wait before I use my pool?

A     Answered on 7/29/2006 by InyoPools Product Specialist Patrick P.

With the exception of superchlorinating (which requires waiting until the chlorine level drops to recommended levels), you can generally use your pool when the chemical is dispersed throughout the pool. Fifteen minutes to one hour is a good rule of thumb.

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