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    chlorine test

    When using the k-2006 chlorine test kit, is there any reason to use the 25ML vs the 10ML? I have been using the 25 but figured I could save some reagent by using the 10ML measurement.

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    18 x 36 24,000 in ground liner pool. built 1978, New liner in 2016. DE filter, DFW Texas, Taylor k-2006

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    Re: chlorine test

    You can go ahead and use 10 mL sample for 0.5 ppm accuracy. It will save you reagents and is close enough for us.
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    Re: chlorine test

    Most just use the 10ml no reason to be that precise .5 even 1 PPM resolution is good enough.
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    Re: chlorine test

    Thanks!!!
    18 x 36 24,000 in ground liner pool. built 1978, New liner in 2016. DE filter, DFW Texas, Taylor k-2006

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