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Thread: Pool temp and accurate chemical readings

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    Join Date
    Aug 2014
    Central, MN

    Pool temp and accurate chemical readings

    Hi there, we just opened up our pool and I want check our chemical readings but the pool temp is still only 60 degrees. Do I need to wait until the pool is warmer to test or can I test now? It looks clean and clear but want to make sure we keep it that way. ( I'm wondering about chlorine levels, cya, ph, etc).
    37000 gal. 20x44 IG vinyl pool built in 2012.
    SWG. Jandy PDA. Polaris 280 automatic cleaner. Aquapure/Aqualink.
    TF-100 test kit.

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    Jan 2016
    Sydney, NSW, Australia

    Re: Pool temp and accurate chemical readings

    The only test in your kit that can sometimes be affected by temperature is the cyanuric acid (CYA) test. The rest are fine. For the CYA test, let your sample warm up to room temperature before adding the reagent to eliminate the possibility of it being off a bit.
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