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    Best options for salt content testing

    Appologies if covered recently but what is the best recommendation for testing salt levels in pools? I have seen kits (Such as the Taylor salt test kit) and strips and alos some kind of meters - advice greatfully received. (Need to test 4000ppm +/- for SWG).
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    "Puraflo" salt water chlorinator with sand filter and Aquatight Pinnacle Series P450 pump.

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    Re: Best options for salt content testing

    Hi,
    The Taylor K1766 is a good test as a reasonable price. I have one and would recommend it.
    Divin Dave,
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    Re: Best options for salt content testing

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    55,000L (14530 US Gal) in-ground concrete with pebble surface
    "Puraflo" salt water chlorinator with sand filter and Aquatight Pinnacle Series P450 pump.

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    Re: Best options for salt content testing

    Hey Crunchy, have you found the Taylor K1766 sold in Australia ? I wish I had ordered one with my Taylor K2006C which arrive only yesterday.

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    Re: Best options for salt content testing

    Yes but at this stage I cannot reccomend them, still waiting on some action from NQPTK, they have taken my money (And others) but cannot deliver the testing kits, they did send a general e-mail apologising for the situation which is a start I guess but it is frustrating not knowing whether they will deliver or refuund.
    Pool
    55,000L (14530 US Gal) in-ground concrete with pebble surface
    "Puraflo" salt water chlorinator with sand filter and Aquatight Pinnacle Series P450 pump.

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