Interesting thought. I might turn it down to 10% and see what happens. Probably going to be too cold soon to matter. Pool gets down to 70 at night now, so another month and I'm likely to turn off the SWG.
I don't have an acid dosing system and don't really want to bother installing one as I can typically get away with 10 days or so between acid doses. So manual dosing is not a bother to me. I was interested in how the aquaBright performs in terms of natural pH creep. My fill water TA is over 100ppm with a pH that averages 8.0. In an aquaBright pool, that and my two sources of aeration would be where all of my pH creep comes from.
Just wanted to say GORGEOUS color!
I had to search high and low for a liner that would create that tone in sun this summer (found it in Reef by Kafko, only avail in Canada so imported it.)
Crazy question for Brian and future reference to other posters...is it only applicable in gunnite/concrete pools? Or does it form a barrier that could retrofit a liner pool?
Also, I have friends who epoxy paint their pools up here in Michigan every few years it seems, and complain about it What kind of cost per SF and longevity could someone expect from this finish as an alternative?
I have now now used about 3/4 gal of MA Since AquaBright was installed. Cool! But now I think I will empty it, and replace MA with h2o. Who would have guessed so little acid use?
Water is super clear, CSI is a bit too negative for my taste (-0.4) but harmless. Water is in the mid 50s.
Another Picture, cause we like pictures!
An old quote/joke that I can't remember the source: "A real man never solves problems with discussion that can be solved with a flame thrower.
Anyone who knows Brian knows that his REAL motivation for becoming an AquaBright installer is because he really just wanted to add the flame-thrower to his shed full of tools....but honestly, who can blame him.
Nice job on the acid use. I say keep it running since you'll want to see what a full season of acid demand looks like. You can always cut your acid in half with water to run the IPH longer.