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blog.intheswim.com/chlorination-without-stabilization

Salt Cells need some repair or replacement parts every 3-5 years, but in the long run a salt system can cost around the same as the cost of using tablets. But of course, like using liquid chlorine, no stabilizer is added to the chlorine that your salt system creates, although maintaining a 20-40 ppm CYA level is recommended for most outdoor pools.

www.clean-pool-and-spa.com/how-do-i-chlorinate-without-raising-the-cyanuric...

After balancing the pH, and shocked with liquid chlorine, the pool was still green. Pool store checked again now the cyanuric acid level is 160ppm. Said drain 24 inches and refill. We did that. My home test is showing about 100 on stabilizer, but I am afraid to shock or add chlorine. We have granular and slow release tabs, both dissolve into ...

www.troublefreepool.com/threads/chlorine-pucks-tabs-without-stabilizer-cya.6725

What are the chlorine pucks/tabs called that do not contain stabilizer. If you have a brand example that would be helpful also. We are wanting to supplement with pucks/tabs, but do not want to raise our CYA. Thank you all in advance for your input. :goodjob:

www.amazon.com/Swim-Chlorine-Pool-Shock-bags/dp/B003BPNHV0

Powerful chlorine shock treatment that is great for regular maintenance. Quickly eliminates algae, bacteria, and other harmful contaminants from your pool water. Main active ingredient is 68% Calcium Hypochlorite (Cal-Hypo) for quick sanitizing. Dosage: 1 Pound per 10,000 gallons. Special Shipping Information: This product may not be available ...

homeguides.sfgate.com/correct-chlorine-lock-swimming-pool-47805.html

How to Correct Chlorine Lock in Your Swimming Pool. Chlorine lock or stabilizer lock is a term used inaccurately and inappropriately by many uneducated providers of pool advice, service and chemicals.

www.swimuniversity.com/pool-stabilizer

With your pool stabilizer at 50 ppm or lower, you’ll still want to monitor your available chlorine through regular, frequent water testing to ensure your pool is properly sanitized. To maintain a healthy balance of free chlorine and stabilizer, aim to keep your sanitizer levels at 7.5 percent of your stabilizer level.

blog.intheswim.com/cyanuric-acid-a-discussion-on-chlorine-stabilizer

A pool without stabilizer can lose 90% of it’s free chlorine with just a few hours of bright sun. ... these higher chlorine levels will compensate for the effects of cyanuric acid on chlorine activity. ... Hi Lisa, you can use liquid shock, it contains no stabilizer, cal hypo granular pool shock also has no stabilizer. The only stabilized ...

mikethepoolman.com/chlorine-tablets-terrible-pool-california-sole-source-chlorine

Chlorine tablets (Trichloro–s– triazinetrione aka Trichlor) are an effective method for sanitizing your swimming pool water if used as a secondary source of chlorine but are terrible for your pool (and the California drought) when used as the only source of chlorine.A chlorine tab has two side effects that most pool owners don’t realize: It has a pH of 2.9 but more importantly, it lowers ...

clearcomfort.com/blog/a-guide-to-pool-shock

Sodium Monopersulfate: Also known in the pool industry as MPS shock, this shock is an alternative to chlorine shock. MPS is an oxidizer but not a sanitizer. MPS is an oxidizer but not a sanitizer. It will remove organic material from the water and will eliminate waste in the water without the unpleasant side effects of chlorine.

diypoolguides.com/dealing-with-a-chlorine-lock-in-your-swimming-pool

In short, a chlorine lock is a phenomenon that occurs when you add too much cyanuric acid (pool stabilizer) to your pool. As we have discussed in other articles, cyanuric acid (CYA) is often used in tandem with chlorine as a means to help protect the chlorine from the sun. UV rays from the sun will break down chlorine very quickly without a ...