Anyone used the Oxone with there SWG?? I have about a half bucket left from where I was on Pristine Blue a few years back.. The High temps lately and also pool water temp being 90+ plus is wreaking havoc on my FC level .. I did find this on the Dupont site about it :::::::::::::::::::::::OxoneÂ® is effective in salt water pools
Salt water chlorine generators are a popular choice for many pool
operators. With salt water systems you do not need to purchase
chlorine because the generator makes it right in the pool.
However, you still need to oxidize the organic contaminants.
Most manufacturers suggest oxidation at least once per week.
Salt water chlorine generators usually have â€śshockâ€ť mode that
temporarily increases chlorine output. The down side of this
is that the chlorine level is increased, sometimes above the
maximum level established by the US EPA. Swimmers should
not re-enter the pool until the free chlorine level has dropped
below 4 ppm. That can take several hours, or even overnight.
Using the â€śshockâ€ť mode may also shorten the life of the
generator. Replacing the cells in the generator is expensive.
Both issues can be avoided by using OxoneÂ®. A weekly
treatment of 1 pound of OxoneÂ® per 10,000 gallons will replace
using the â€śshockâ€ť button on the generator. And you can resume
swimming in 15 minutes and not worry about shortening the
life of the generator. Using OxoneÂ® in your salt water pool will
keep your water sparkling, save wear and tear on your expensive
generator, and get you back in the water quickly.
Just looking to get some feedback to what others think about this...
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