XXX XXXXX® Phosphate Remover is a highly concentrated solution formulated to react with phosphates in pool water.
Apply XXX XXXXX® Phosphate Remover evenly into the water around the perimeter. Please use reference chart for complete dosing information, after checking Ortho-phosphate level with a test kit. Do not apply more than 8 ounces in an average residential pool per treatment. Clouding will occur upon addition and increase filter pressure, so backwash and/or clean the filter as necessary. Recheck phosphate level after application and treat accordingly. Also test phosphate levels monthly to ensure proper maintenance. Be aware that phosphate testing is subjective and is influenced by existing algae. Algae in a pool will result in a false reading. Additionally, polo-phosphorus & other chemicals are added by municipalities to control infrastructure piping. Poly-phosphorus does not show up on the test kit, therefore will also distort true phosphate loading.
Dosing chart* is based on treating 10,000 gallons of water.
Ortho-phosphate level..........Ounces to add
2000ppb +..........................10 ounces plus
Handling & Storage:
XXX XXXXX® Phosphate Remover is inherently stable with an indefinite shelf life under normal storage temperatures less than 120 F (48.9 C). Prevent freezing to avoid container damage and product loss.
Though XXX XXXXX® Phosphate Remover is non-toxic and non-hazardous, gloves and appropriate eye protection should be worn when handling and using the product. Review the product MSDS before using.
*Competing impurities in water, including but not limited to fluoride, arsenic, poly-phosphorus as well as variances in source water quality interfere in testing and removal rates. The goal of this product is to remove phosphorus and improve overall water quality and efficiency with the use of sanitizers. The use of this product is assuming proper filtration, circulation, and industry standard water chemistry.
* XXX XXXXX® Phosphate Remover is not an algaecide and does not kill algae.
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