The pH level is the key to the quality of your pool water. If you want to add other products to your pool water, you must first ensure that it has the correct pH value.
If the pH value of your pool water is too high, you can bring it down with pH Aqua Minus. pH Aqua Minus ensures that you can swim in comfort and increases the efficiency of the disinfection process.
pH Aqua Minus should be added when the pH level of your pool water exceeds pH 7.6. Chlorine granules, chlorine shock or chlorine tables can only be added when the pH value is correct.
Dissolve the granules in a bucket of water and distribute this mixture over the pool surface.
Check the pH value weekly or more frequently in hot weather or if the swimming pool is frequently used. You can check the water quality using our test kits.
pH Aqua Minus ensures optimal water quality at all times.
You can use the following dosing schedule:
|Volume / pH Level||20m³||50m³||75m³||100m³||per m³|
|7.2 à 7.6 pH||Ideal value|
|7.6 à 8.0 pH||120g||300g||450g||600g||6g|
|8.0 à 8.4 pH||240g||600g||900g||1200g||12g|
|pH > 8.4 pH||360g||900g||1350g||1800g||18g|
Caution: Never mix pH Aqua Minus with chlorine products, as this may cause hazardous (chlorine) gases to be released. Make sure to leave enough time between using pH Aqua Minus and adding a chlorine product. This time is needed to filter the water and the pH product.