Model # 07410
By Natural Chemistry
Model # 07410
Natural Chemistry Instant Water Conditioner Half Gallon - Instant Chlorine Protection
Instant Pool Water Conditioner protects your chlorine from the light of the sun. With a highly concentrated liquid formula it is easy to apply and safe for use with all sanitizers and pool surfaces.
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Hi! I am interested in your product for use in a science fair project. The goal is to determine the effect of hypochlorous acid on turf grass. Can you tell me if your product is pure hypochlorous acid, or what its chemical formula is? Thank you.
Hi Hannah, The Natural Chemistry Water Conditioner does not contain hypochlorous acid. It consist of Monosodium cyanurate monohydrate 35% and Ingredients 65%.
What level should my cyanuric acid be?
Cyanuric acid should be maintained anywhere between 30-50 ppm. If you have a salt system, you will need to check with the manufacturer for the recommended level.
My pool is constantly turning green. The pool company we use shocks the pool every time it turns green but there seems to be no permanent solution. What could possibly be wrong?
Without knowing more about the swimming pool or the water chemistry, it will be difficult to trouble shoot. I would recommend having the pool water tested and make any necessary adjustments. The issue could be something as simple as low cyanuric acid to something more complex.
Is this conditioner any better than the granular conditioner?
Yes, Instant Pool Water Conditioner is an easy to pour liquid that instantly protects chlorine from sunlight as soon as it is added to the pool water. Granular cyanuric acid is very acidic and it takes from 4 to 7 days to dissolve.
If I'm not getting a Cyanuric Acid reading with my test, does that mean there is no conditioner in the pool?
Things such as temperature, pH, alkalinity and calcium can cause false readings. Your best gauge for determining whether you have sufficient Cyanuric Acid levels is whether or not your pool is holding proper chlorine levels.
I have trouble keeping my chlorine level where it belongs. The pH and alkalinity are good. Is there another chemical we can add to keep the chlorine level up?
I would recommend checking the Cyanuric acid levels and adjusting if necessary. Cyanuric acid (conditioner) protects the chlorine from being burnt out by the sun.
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(5 out of 5 stars) Awesome Product
Reviewed By: Sassan H. from Perris, CA ()
Pros: Perfect mix ratio directly to skimmer
This product is great especially for my salt water pool since it is more gentle on my salt system generator, pipes, etc. It works great for keeping the chlorine levels higher throughout the summer since we have been experiencing scortching tempratures.