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Thread: What effect does heating the pool have on chemicals

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    What effect does heating the pool have on chemicals

    I have a Jandy Heatpump that does a great job. Pool is at 73 degrees, will heat to about 85 degrees.

    Does anyone know what effect the heated temperature of the water has on the chemical levels?
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    Re: What effect does heating the pool have on chemicals

    Nothing significant, but chlorine demand will increase a little with higher water temperature. Better start that heat pump now if you want it to be 85 by the weekend!
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