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Thread: Acceptable Phosphate Level

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    Acceptable Phosphate Level

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    Hi Everyone,

    Does anyone have acceptable level for phosphates?
    Thanks,

    Jclann
    13,500 gallon 24' Round AG, 2 speed 2.5 hp Waterway pump, Waterway Pro-clean cartridge filter, 150 gpm (another frustrated EX Baqua user)

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    Re: Acceptable Phosphate Level

    Welcome to TFP.

    In most cases, phosphate level is not important. In severe cases, it can make a pool more likely to have algae problems, but most algae problems are a result of inadequate chlorination, not high phosphates. Phosphate testing is mostly a money maker for pool stores.
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    Re: Acceptable Phosphate Level

    Phosphate levels from zero to infinity are acceptable!

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