Firstly, thanks for these forums. I have learned almost everything I know about my pool here. Bought the house in Feb, pool just stating to go green, but with the info here and pool Calc got it back easily and have not looked back.
But have a problem with the salt cell growing calcium rapidly and spitting it into the pool if not cleaned every week. My pool and test details follow:
Pool plaster 44000 litres, zodiac lm2 30 SWG, manual cleaning (so far)
TF100 not avaliable in Australia. I have been using the one from clearchoicelabs.com.au it does have a fas-dpd chlorine test and hopefully is similar to the Taylor's 2006.
pH 7.8, FC 8, CC 0, TA 85, Ca 300, Cya 80, Na 4200, temp 14°C
Pool Calc says that this is balanced and is not likely to either form scale or erode the surface. As the weather warms up I will need to lower the pH as it changes more with greater swg use and these two things mean that the water would became errosive and I should bump up the Ca a bit but my eyes are saying the opposite is the problem.
Very interested in any thoughts or advice.