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Thread: Dissolving Cyanuric Acid at Higher Temperatures

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    western new york

    Dissolving Cyanuric Acid at Higher Temperatures

    Is CYA more soluable at higher water temps? Does anyone know how soluable CYA is?... Is it possible to dissolve several pounds of granules into a 5 gal pail of hot water and create a super sat solution of it? Then keep it stored until needed.
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    Silver Spring, MD

    Re: Dissolving Cyanuric Acid at Higher Temperatures

    Yes, but only just a tiny bit. You will never get a useful amount dissolved in a bucket/pot of water even with lots of heat.
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    Re: Dissolving Cyanuric Acid at Higher Temperatures

    I just put in 4lbs of CYA from Home Depot. It dissolved in a sock in a day and a half.
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