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    PoolMath

    The PoolMath calculator is invaluable. Thank you to whomever created it. Is there a reference sheet somewhere that does the same calculations? I just want to be prepared to take care of my pool should I not have Internet access, the calculator goes down for a few days, etc.

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    Re: PoolMath

    Hi,
    I agree. Without a calculator like Pool Math, we might almost all of us be in trouble.

    JesseWV has created a nice excel spreadsheet that can do the chemistry calculations and doesnt require internet access.
    Below is his thread where you can download it. Its got lots of pretty graphics and you can save your test result into it and see trends over time.
    It's pretty cool.

    Jesse's Graphical Pool Testing Log (Excel spreadsheet)
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    Re: PoolMath

    Quote Originally Posted by Divin Dave View Post
    Hi,
    I agree. Without a calculator like Pool Math, we might almost all of us be in trouble.

    JesseWV has created a nice excel spreadsheet that can do the chemistry calculations and doesnt require internet access.
    Below is his thread where you can download it. Its got lots of pretty graphics and you can save your test result into it and see trends over time.
    It's pretty cool.

    Jesse's Graphical Pool Testing Log (Excel spreadsheet)
    thank u!
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    Re: PoolMath

    If you have an Android phone you can get PoolPal. It will allow you to set goal values and calculate how much of each chemical to add.

    I use it regularly and about every 2 weeks or so transfer my test results to Jesse's spreadsheet for logging.
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    Re: PoolMath

    Oh my goodness, I had no idea about the PoolPal. This app is fantastic!
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    Re: PoolMath

    You can also save the Poolmath page as an html file and it works offline.
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