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Thread: Do I need to worry about CH

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    Join Date
    Jun 2014
    White House, Tennessee

    Do I need to worry about CH

    I have an AGP with a vinyl liner.
    See stats below.
    FC - 5
    PH - 7.7
    TA - 100
    CH - 80
    CYA - 0
    CC - 0

    Do I really need to try and raise the CH in my pool?
    "The ABC's of Pool Water Chemistry" page says it helps stone, plaster and concrete. Just wasn't sure if there was a benefit to my pool getting it up or not.
    I am currently doing the sock with stabilizer in the pool for the CYA.
    24' X 52" AG - vinyl - Install 6/10/15 - 14,650 Gal.
    Hayward Pro Series 16In. Sand Filter Sys. 100lbs. sand
    1HP single speed motor
    Tester - Taylor K2006

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    borjis's Avatar
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    Aug 2014
    Pacific NW

    Re: Do I need to worry about CH

    nope. no need for CH in a vinyl pool.
    16x32 IG Vinyl, 13,000 Gals. Hayward S-244T sand filter, SP2810X15 pump
    (1.5 HP motor) Raypak PR266AEN (266k btu) gas heater. TF-100 Test Kit.
    Dolphin E10 Cleaning Robot.

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    Mod Squad kimkats's Avatar
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    Jul 2012
    Tallahassee, FL

    Re: Do I need to worry about CH

    You are right. With a vinyl pool you do not need to worry about CH.

    Good job on adding the CYA.

    TFP Moderator 33x52 round AG 25,600 gals Sand Filter 1.5hp Pump - 2 Speed, SLAM, Pool School, Recommended Levels, Recommended Chemicals, Pool Math, Chlorine/CYA Chart, TF-100 Test Kit

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    May 2013

    Re: Do I need to worry about CH

    Wish I would have scrolled down a little farther--just posted the same question!

    June 2013 24 x 52 Sharkline Heritage AGP (13,500 gal), 2 speed 1 hp pump, 150 lb filter(?), TF-100 test kit
    My first pool ever, pool school student with lots of questions

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