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Thread: Pool Math

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    Feb 2016
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    Pool Math

    I think I asked this before, but cannot find it. Does the Pool Match calculator take into account the CYA numbers in providing TA goal numbers? As I understand it, "adjusted" TA is roughly .3 to .33 less than the measured TA due to the impact of CYA and pH. Does the calculator just input and output measured TA numbers while internally calculating the impact of CYA?
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    Re: Pool Math

    It uses the raw numbers from a Taylor-type drop test kit and adjusts internally.

    See for yourself. Plug in your numbers and look at CSI. Then alter the CYA and see what it says. It does take CYA into account.
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