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    Remove CC

    I have been testing chlorine during evening and morning fo a few days and there is about .2 to .3 usage also noted CC is about .2.
    How can I get rid of the CC.
    Figures are
    FC 4.2
    CC 0.2
    PH 7.4
    TA 50
    CH 550

    CYA 500-550
    Pool size 5000 ltrs(13200 gal)
    Pool size (50,000 lt /13000 gal), Concrete Plaster 2 years old
    Automatic SWG (Zodiac Pro) for chlorine and acid, Solar heated
    Taylor K-2006 test kit

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    Re: Remove CC

    You don't need to worry about any CC of 0.5 or lower. 0.2 is the lowest measurable in the FAS-DPD chlorine test if you are using a 25 ml sample size. The actual CC could be less then 0.2 -- the test is just saying it's between 0 and 0.2 and is certainly not a problem.
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    Re: Remove CC

    Quote Originally Posted by gkarag
    CYA 500-550
    How did you get a reading on the cyanuric acid of 500 to 550? If it really is that high, then you need to get it down before you will be able to maintain good water quality on a consistent basis.

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    Re: Remove CC

    Sorry my mistake CYA is only about 40 to 50. I have an automatic SWG unit for PH and chlorine so I try and keep CYA at no more then 50.
    Pool size (50,000 lt /13000 gal), Concrete Plaster 2 years old
    Automatic SWG (Zodiac Pro) for chlorine and acid, Solar heated
    Taylor K-2006 test kit

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    Re: Remove CC

    CYA of 50 is low for a salt water pool. Your SWG won't regulate your pH, unless you have some new unit I've never heard of.
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