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    Potassium Monopersulfate

    Hello everyone,

    Does anyone know where one can buy potassium monopersulfate in bulk...like 50-100 pounds containers. GLB sells it under the name of Oxy-Brite. Just trying to save$$$ on my end.

    Thanks

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    Re: Potassium Monopersulfate

    Hi, fountainman,

    I can't help with your question....(others will, I'm sure) but I am very interested in your maintenance routine you have established on your fountains. Are you planning on MPS for every pool? Did you nix chlorine? Your situation was pretty unique and I'm wondering how your fountains are doing.
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    Re: Potassium Monopersulfate

    MPS is available in 50 and 100 lb bags. You want to find a local pool chemical supply shop that caters to large indoor pools. Anyone like that ought to carry it. You can find it on the Internet, but shipping can get very expensive. It is classified as a hazardous material, so best bought locally.
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    Re: Potassium Monopersulfate

    Quote Originally Posted by duraleigh
    Hi, fountainman,

    I can't help with your question....(others will, I'm sure) but I am very interested in your maintenance routine you have established on your fountains. Are you planning on MPS for every pool? Did you nix chlorine? Your situation was pretty unique and I'm wondering how your fountains are doing.
    Hello Duraleigh,

    Basically it depends on the stone. I use MPS +Trichlor 1" tabs + PH up or down and ocassionally Bromine 1" tab instead of Trichlor. For more porous stone like Limestone or Coquina I use MPS + Enhance (1step liquid bromine) + PH up or down. Each fountain has its own personality and adjustment have to be made in the summer.

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    Re: Potassium Monopersulfate

    Quote Originally Posted by JasonLion
    MPS is available in 50 and 100 lb bags. You want to find a local pool chemical supply shop that caters to large indoor pools. Anyone like that ought to carry it. You can find it on the Internet, but shipping can get very expensive. It is classified as a hazardous material, so best bought locally.
    Jason,

    Thanks for the info. I buy from Superior Pools.... I will check into it.

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