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    SWG and PH

    Will the PH be effected that much when using a SWG ?? Does it ever stabilize or will it continually rise ???
    20X36 IG vinyl (18,000 gal), 3 sheer descents, Max-Flo 1.5hp VS 2300, Aquarite T15 SWG, C3030 filter, 250,000 BTU heater, Sharkvac XL (Hayward equip)

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    Re: SWG and PH

    If you don't properly adjust your TA (to around 60 or 70), a SWG will tend to constantly drive up the PH. With proper balancing this can almost always be eliminated and the PH can be stable.
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    Re: SWG and PH

    Once again, thanks Jason!
    20X36 IG vinyl (18,000 gal), 3 sheer descents, Max-Flo 1.5hp VS 2300, Aquarite T15 SWG, C3030 filter, 250,000 BTU heater, Sharkvac XL (Hayward equip)

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