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Thread: Pool water temps and testing CYA levels

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    Pool water temps and testing CYA levels

    Is it practical to test the CYA levels if the water temps are below 60 degrees? Not sure if cold temps effect the CYA levels.
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    Re: Pool water temps and testing CYA levels

    Lower water temps do affect the test, you can bring a sample inside and let warm up to do the test, I let mine get to about 70 degrees and tested just fine..
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    Re: Pool water temps and testing CYA levels

    Great idea will do, thanks alol
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