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Thread: Question Re: Recommended Levels For Plaster (Easy Question)

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    Naples, FL

    Question Re: Recommended Levels For Plaster (Easy Question)

    Hello All,

    I know this is probably a dumb question but I just wanted to ask and double check to make sure I'm following the Recommended Levels for my pool. I have a SWG, Inground, Wet Edge Finish (Pebble Tec) so I'm assuming that if I stick to the guidelines for SWG Plaster, I'm golden correct? Or do you guys think I should make any tweaks for that type of finish? Currently, my levels are:
    FC: 5
    Ph: 7.5
    CYA: 70
    CHA: 250 (going to bump it to 300)
    Salt: 400 ppm above factory recommended

    Thanks for your help.
    Size and Type : IGP, 7500 Gallons
    Finish: Wet Edge Satin Matrix Finish (pebble), Cartridge: Unicel Model C-8409, 12 PSi, Pump: 1.5 HP A.O. Smith Model USQ1152 (not sure if it's two speed or variable), Pool Date Remodel: May 2009, Accessories: SWG Auto Pilot Digital Nano Model 75041, Rock Waterfall

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    Tucson, AZ

    Re: Question Re: Recommended Levels For Plaster (Easy Question)

    You are correct, follow the plaster recommendations.
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