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Thread: CYA reading at shock level

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    CYA reading at shock level

    Is the CYA reading while at shock level accurate? I mysteriously have a cya reading much lower than I should and was wondering if that has been affected by the high level of chlorine I've had the last 3 days.
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    Re: CYA reading at shock level

    Yes, that is possible since the chlorine bound to CYA is probably preventing the measurement of that bound CYA in the CYA test. Try adding drops of chlorine neutralizer (R-0007) at the rate of one drop for every 5 ppm FC to your water sample (and mix thoroughly) before adding the CYA reagent. Let us know if this makes a difference in your result.
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