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    rdkll's Avatar
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    Using the Pool Calc to determine x gal

    I put bleach in the other day to bring clourine to 15ppm, an hour later it 3as 13.5 ppm, and it stayed there for 3 retests(taking samples from same spot, thanks Duraleigh)

    I dont remeber what I was bringing it to 15 ppm from.

    Before I get started again, I dont think I shocked long enough (got sloppy on my overnight drop) I am ready to do the hourly battle, but would be cool to have an exact formula for my pool.

    As always, Thanks In Advance
    1) The size of your pool in gallons = 33,500 16x32x40 L
    2) The type filter you have = 300lb Sand
    3) IG
    4) If it's IG, vinyl liner
    5) pump is 1.5hp

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    Re: Using the Pool Calc to determine x gal

    Quote Originally Posted by rdkll
    Before I get started again, I dont think I shocked long enough (got sloppy on my overnight drop) I am ready to do the hourly battle, but would be cool to have an exact formula for my pool.
    Fortunately, shocking isn't rocket science but it pays to do it right the first time!

    May I suggest that you...

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