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Thread: Liquid chlorine in pool math

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    Liquid chlorine in pool math

    When using 12.5% liquid chlorine,do I just fill in the bleach section with12.5%?
    15'x26' above ground pool installed on 5/10/14, 1 hp -Hayward pro series sand filter (Model # S166T92STL), Hayward Vari-Flow valve (Model # SP0714T1), Hayward Power-Flo Matrix pump (Model # SP1592TLFP). TF100 test kit. Diver Dave automatic vacuum.

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    Re: Liquid chlorine in pool math

    yup, it's that simple. Also, if you use the pull down menu and choose your jugs size, when you move your mouse cursor over the box that tells you how many OZ's to add....it will show in the white text box how many cups or jugs to add.
    12500 gallons, 24 foot round above ground
    Hayward Sand filter, Pentair OptiFlo 1HP 2-Speed pump

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    Re: Liquid chlorine in pool math

    Thanks!
    15'x26' above ground pool installed on 5/10/14, 1 hp -Hayward pro series sand filter (Model # S166T92STL), Hayward Vari-Flow valve (Model # SP0714T1), Hayward Power-Flo Matrix pump (Model # SP1592TLFP). TF100 test kit. Diver Dave automatic vacuum.

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