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Thread: TA in PoolMath—CYA corrected or not?

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    TA in PoolMath—CYA corrected or not?

    i have been using the TA in the calculator without CYA correction. am i wrong? should i be using the CYA-corrected TA number instead??

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    Re: TA in PoolMath—CYA corrected or not?

    You should record the test results as they read and not make any adjustments, so the way you have been doing it is fine.
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    Re: TA in PoolMath—CYA corrected or not?

    thanks for the help

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    Re: TA in PoolMath—CYA corrected or not?

    Cya is really negligable. It does have titratable alkalinity, but it is very, very insignificant. It doesn't truly play in...not in any practical sense where it effects CSI.
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    Re: TA in PoolMath—CYA corrected or not?

    thanks for the help. taylor's test kit instruction book made it appear important to me because they devoted an entire page to it, including a formula and correction for pH.

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