Love it. How do you measure out solids?I have had very good luck just using the oz marking on my measuring cup. Using it I have always hit my desired levels. MUCH easier to do right by the pool with out the extra steps of the scale. In fact I am lowering my TA right now due to putting in a new liner so new water. I have hit the mark each of the time I used Pool Math to find my dose for m.a. I also use a pinch of salt instead of measuring out when cooking so............have not ruined too many meals LOL
Here’s my testing numbers from tonight. This is after a few hours of about 10 adults and 6 toddlers in the pool. I have my other recent results below that including what I did today with the acid.Good plan. I would aim the return to not break the surface.
Do you want the constant spa spillover? Do you have automation?
Thanks. The water may be that far down, I’ll check tomorrow. And get you a picture of the automation enclosure as well.Looks good. Add water when it drops by a 1/2 inch or so.
We can see your Poolmath logs so no need for you to put them in the post. Click your Member name and you can see them.
Makes sense, just scared to miss something at this point. I discovered a small drip from the pipe out of the booster pump for the spa yesterday night. Not something I want to fix myself so another call to the PB is coming.
Makes sense! ThanksWe have members with a wide range of pool sizes - from 5,000 gallons to over 40,000 gallons. The effect of being off in measuring chemicals becomes smaller as the pool size increases.
Measuring chemicals precisely can be important for a small pool. As the pool gets larger the need to be precise decreases.