Perpetual summer

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Feb 17, 2017
I am studying and going over the chlorine testing. I had brain problem last year and can’t remember how I tested chlorine. The other tests seem ok and
I dont have trouble doing them, but the chlorine just skips me, I can’t remember it. The instructions don’t help. With the 0.2 and 25 ml of water
I add the R 0870, when the water is pink I add R 0871, keep adding until its colorless. Now if I have 26 drippings to make it colorless, it means I have
5.2 ppm of chlorine? is the correct? I am using the k-2006c.


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Jul 16, 2012
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Salt Water Generator
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Hayward Aqua Rite (T-15)
PS - You have the math correct. Good job! To make the math easier, you can use a 10 ml test sample and multiply the drops used by .5. I like that math better.
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Jan 6, 2010
San Dimas, CA (LA County)
I'm with bmoreswim. Use the 10 ml sample and only one scoop of powder. And forget multiplying by .5. Just cut the drops in half. 10drops =5 FC. 7drops? 3½. Real simple, real fast, saves on reagents.