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Thread: SLAM is complete ... what is the order to balance the rest

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    SLAM is complete ... what is the order to balance the rest

    Good Morning,

    SLAM is passed and complete. I need to raise CYA, salt, and TA - What order should I do this?

    My thoughts ...

    1 - add CYA to raise to 70
    2 - add salt to raise from 2200 to 3200/3400
    3 - allow FC to drop to 4-6
    4 - turn on SWG
    5 - adjust TA
    6 - adjust pH is necessary

    Numbers before SLAM were -
    pH 7.3
    FC - 0
    CC - 0
    TA - 30
    CYA - 30
    salt 2200

    current numbers -
    pH 7.3
    FC 12.5
    CC - 0
    TA 60
    CYA 30
    salt 2200
    Thanks!!
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    Re: SLAM is complete ... what is the order to balance the rest

    Yes to all that except your TA, it's fine at 60.
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    Re: SLAM is complete ... what is the order to balance the rest

    Go a little higher on you % on SWG and then you can come down from there.

    Looks good.

    Felipe
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