The reading I have been doing suggests that it is hard on a SWG to run it when the water is cold. I am having difficulty finding something that actually says how cold is too cold. Currently our water temp is 60 degrees. Our water is cloudy and I am wanting to hold off on shocking until I can actually run the SWG at super chlorinate level. My plan is to do the shock process (shock, wait 2 hours, test, repeat) once I can get the SWG running at full speed.
Currently I am limiting to 50% on the SWG due to cold water.
Just to follow rules my pool stats are:
TA - 140 ( too high )
PH - 7.6
CYA - 35 ( too low )
FC - .2
TC - 4
salt - 3400
I added CYA and Muratic today and am aerating. I expect my numbers to be at goal sometime this weekend.