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Thread: Raising TA

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    tcat's Avatar
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    Austin, TX

    Raising TA

    FC= 6.0
    TA = 70
    CH = 290
    CYA = 50

    Any reason to increase TA to 80-90? Is there a relationship to amount of Acid needed, once Baking Soda is added (I get that from pool calc), ie: if TA is raised from 70-90 with baking soda, how much will my pH go up (so I know how mach acid is needed)? Just rained a lot and my TA went from 80 to 70 (but my pH is still 7.8... it goes up at least .1/day).
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    Re: Raising TA

    Leave TA may even slow your pH rise a bit.
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