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    Pool water test

    Pool water testing
    Hi.i am new member.I started working on a pool that was just been built up in a hotel.and these are my test results: CC 45 drops x 0.2ppm (if I read the product then would it (9ppm or .9ppm?)and my pH level is 8. I am using the taylor kit K2006.please reply asap as I am going to send a water sample on monday.and If you can give me some advices about the pool.thank you!

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    JasonLion's Avatar
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    Re: Pool water test

    Welcome to TFP!

    CC at 9 is rather bad. You need to shutdown swimming in the pool if CC is actually 9.

    PH at 8 is a little bit too high, though not a problem the way CC at 9 is.

    Could you tell us more about your situation? Perhaps post a full set of water test results, describe how the water appears, etc?
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    Re: Pool water test

    Are you sure you mean CC? What is the FC?
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