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Thread: Dry Stabilizer - pH change chart

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    Dry Stabilizer - pH change chart

    Is there a chart (or even an equation) one can use to calculate the ph changefrom adding dry stabilizer? I know it has a ph of about 2.8, but I don't know what to do with that information. If you increase your CYA by 10, 20, or 30 ppm is there an easy way to figure out the ph change you are going to get from that?

    As always thanks for all the help.
    30,000 Gallon, Above Ground, Vinyl, DE Filter

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    Re: Dry Stabilizer - pH change chart

    PH changes are always difficult to calculate. You can get a rough idea by checking out the Effects of Adding Chemicals section in the Pool Calculator. That estimate is not corrected for either TA or Borate levels, but it will at least show you the ballpark numbers. If you are more technically included, Chem Geek has an Excel spreadsheet that will give a more precise number, but it isn't user friendly enough for most people.
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    Re: Dry Stabilizer - pH change chart

    Ok I'll just have to test the ph after and work with it accordingly. Thanks for the help.
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