Water: perfectly clear!
Soooo glad I found this place! Any adjustments that I should be concerned about?
CYA is a little on the high side, but I wouldn't do anything about it, it is manageable at that level. The only other adjustment needed is your bathing suit. GET WET!!!!!!
12000 Gallon IG Plaster built 2/15/2014. Jandy 340 sg ft 127 gpm filter, Jandy 1 HP stealth pump. Circupool RJ-45 SWG (overkill). TF-100 with Speed Stir.
The CYA is a little on the high side for a non-SWG pool, but you seem to have compensated with FC
Just be careful not to add any more CYA, and maybe let that level come down some.
Got a pic for us?
TFP Moderator TF100 Test Kit TF100 TestKit YouTube Channel PoolMath
You're done SLAMing when:
1)You lose 1ppm or less FC overnight, & 2)You have .5ppm CC's or less, & 3)your water is clear.
~ One should not use a sledge hammer to swat a mosquito. ~
If you found TFP helpful and we saved you money ... Become a TFP Supporter!
Assuming that your pool is not a salt water pool, just keep an eye on the CYA level to make sure it does not get any higher. Also, I do not see a calcium (CH) test. At some point, I would test for that just to see where it stands. Since your water is perfectly clear along with the fact that your numbers look good, I do not see the need for any adjustments right now.
Gold Supporter, TFP Lifetime Supporter, 26,680 gal Plaster IGP 3.5 - 10' depth / Attached Waterfall Spa, Manually Chlorinated, Triton Sand Filter, 1.5 HP * 1.1 SF = 1.65 SFHP 1-speed Pentair WhisperFlo WF-26 Pump, 400K BTU NG Teledyne Laars Series One Heater, Polaris 360, Test Kit Comparison, Chlorine/CYA Chart, SLAMing Your Pool, OCLT
A good test kit is an investment, not an expense.
It's obvious you know how to balance the pool chemistry. graduate.gif
16K freeform gunite with spa; Pentair 4000 DE filter; Century Whisperflow 1 HP; Pentair Minimax heater.
Troublefree does not mean Maintenancefree. It's like brushing your teeth: You can spend a couple minutes a day and pennies a week or go to the dentist once a year and spend several thousand dollars.
A pool is like a pet - you have to feed it every day, even the days you don't want to play with it!