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    algae by tailspinj

    How much ppm does one gallon of liquid chlorine raise.

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    Divin Dave's Avatar
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    Re: algae by tailspinj

    1 gallon of 8.25% bleach in 10,000 gallons of water will raise FC by 8.5ppm
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    Re: algae by tailspinj

    Welcome to TFP!

    That would depend on the volume of the pool and the % of the liquid chlorine. With that information you can put your numbers in Pool Math (link above) and it will show the ppm rise down near the bottom under effects of adding chemicals.
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