Pool STABILIZER (Cyanuric Acid) 7 Lb. - P17007DE



Model # P17007DE

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Model # P17007DE

Alternate Part #'s PTWB-603-POUCH

Product Description

Stabilizer (Cyanuric Acid)

Stabilizer keeps chlorine in your swimming pool longer, prolonging the life of chlorine. Pool Solutions Stabilizer helps reduce the loss of chlorine due to direct sunlight by as much as 25%.
  • 7 lb container
  • Maintain cyanuric levels 30 to 50 ppm for maximum results
  • Complete instructions for dosage on container
  • Cuts chlorine loss by up to 25%

*Packaging may vary from image*

Desired CYA increase                    Amount of Stabilizer needed to increase Cyanuric Acid                                                                
                                                Pool volume in gallons
1,000 5,000 10,000 15,000 20,000 25,000 50,000
10 ppm 1 1/4 oz. 6 1/2 oz. 12 3/4 oz. 1 1/4 lbs. 1 2/3 lbs. 2 lbs. 4 lbs.
20 ppm 2 1/2 oz. 12 3/4 oz. 1 3/4 lbs. 2 1/2 lbs. 3 1/3 lbs. 4 lbs. 8 1/3 lbs.
30 ppm 2 1/2 oz. 11 oz. 1 1/3 lbs. 2 lbs. 2 2/3 lbs. 3 1/3 lbs. 12 1/2 lbs.
40 ppm 3 oz. 10 oz. 1 1/4 lbs. 2 lbs. 2 1/2 lbs. 3 1/4 lbs. 16 2/3 lbs.
50 ppm 6 1/2 oz. 2 lbs. 5 1/4 lbs. 6 1/4 lbs. 8 1/3 lbs. 10 1/2 lbs. 21 lbs.

*Product should be added to a bucket of water and mixed. Once product has begun to pre-dissolve, slowly pour it along the perimeter of the swimming pool. The filter and pump should be running anytime chemicals are added to the swimming pool. 


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Product Specifications

7 lbs.

?     Asked on 5/1/2020 by knightsville service center


A  Answered on 12/10/2020 by InyoPools Product Specialist Hector F.

Hello, so the amount of stabilizer needed to be added to a swimming pool will depend on the current cyanuric acid level. Here is a guide that we put together called "Stabilizing Your Swimming Pool" that should assist. 

?     Asked on 4/4/2020 by Michael Miller

Is this product 100% Cyanuric Acid? Thanks, Mike

A  Answered on 4/7/2020 by InyoPools Product Specialist Lennox H.

Hi, Michael. Yes, it is.

?     Asked on 7/27/2019 by John C. Thomas

how can I consistently chlorinate my pool without exposing it to the ridiculously high concentrations of Cyanuric acid contained in virtually ALL chlorination tablets?

A  Answered on 8/1/2019 by InyoPools Product Specialist Matt S.

Liquid chlorine and bleach does not contain much if any stabilizer. Most granular forms of chlorine are unstabilized as well.

?     Asked on 6/2/2018 by April Smith

How long after adding the stabilizer, should we wait to swim?

A  Answered on 6/2/2018 by InyoPools Product Specialist Lennox H.

Hi, April. You will have to wait 3-4 hours before going into the pool. 

?     Asked on 8/21/2017 by howard rundell

how do u reduce cyanuric acid in pool water

A  Answered on 8/21/2017 by InyoPools Product Specialist Lennox H.

Hi. Howard. The most effective way to reduce the Cyanuric Acid in a pool is to partially drain it. They are some products that can reduce the CYA in a pool but unsure of their effectiveness. 

?     Asked on 7/2/2016 by Joseph Shapiro

the cyanuric acid level is always reading very high in my pool. What are the consequences of a high reading?

A  Answered on 7/3/2016 by InyoPools Product Specialist Alex V.

Joseph, The first issue would be the efficacy (effectiveness) of the chlorine to act as a disinfectant.  Higher levels will bind with the chlorine, making it slower acting to kill bacteria and micro-organisms, and prevent algae.  Higher levels will also increase cloudiness in the pool water. At this point, it would be recommended that a portion of the pool water be replaced with fresh water, as there are no other means of reducing the cyanuric acid in pool water.

?     Asked on 12/20/2012 by Guest

If I'm not getting a Cyanuric Acid reading with my test, does that mean there is no conditioner in the pool?

A  Answered on 12/20/2012 by InyoPools Product Specialist Patrick P.

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.

?     Asked on 12/20/2012 by Guest

My chlorine always seems to be low no matter when I test it. What can cause this?

A  Answered on 12/20/2012 by InyoPools Product Specialist Patrick P.

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.

?     Asked on 10/18/2012 by Guest

Each year when I open my pool, the chlorine demand is very high. This year I needed 41 lbs of shock. The water is balanced when the pool is closed and is covered the whole off season. I do not have any contaminants entering the pool. Can you give me any ideas?

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

Without a full water analysis and more information about the swimming pool, it is difficult to diagnose. The swimming pool should be shocked at least once every 7-10 days. You would likely be using 1 bag per 10,000 gallons of pool water. Aside from that I would recommend checking the cyanuric acid level as an imbalance can cause the swimming pool to use more chlorine.


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