Use the dosages recommended below to keep your pool sparkling clean and inviting.
Weight per tablet: 20g
WARNING: Direct tablet contact may cause bleaching of vinyl or painted pool surfaces. Automatic feeding devices employing these tablets must be totally free from traces of other pool sanitizers to avoid the probability of an explosion.
1. Maintain recommended daily levels as determined by testing kit. Free available bromine: 1.0-3.0 ppm; pH: 7.2-7.8; Total alkalinity: 100-150 ppm; calcium hardness: 200-300 ppm 2. If using an automatic feeding device, fill the chamber(s) with tablets and adjust flow rate according to manufacturer's recommendations to maintain proper bromine residual. Automatic brominators have use specific instructions peculiar to their design. Frequently, a brominator must be filled to capacity, while the adjustments allow the user to erode only the amount of aqua bromine pucks bromine tablets necessary for proper disinfection as suggested below. The slow dissolving nature of the product combined with the design features of the brominator require that a greater amount of chemical be exposed to the water. 3. Initially, superchlorinate pool water, to build an initial free chlorine of 1.0 to 2.0 ppm, by adding 30g of pre dissolved shock treatment per 10,000L of water. If using an automatic feeding to set up the bromine reserve, adjust the feed rate at maximum. When the recommended rate is reached, adjust the brominator at required level to maintain the available free bromine at recommended values. 4. Add 1 or 2 tablets per 10,000L of pool water as needed to maintain a bromine residual of 1-3 ppm at all times. Daily usage should be approximately 25g of Aqua Bromine Pucks bromine tablets per 10,000L of pool water. 5. Periodic superchlorination of pool water is recommended. Follow label instructions of superchlorination product being employed.
NOTE: Hot weather, heavy pool usage and rain may require higher usage rates to maintain proper bromine residuals.
DO NOT contaminate irrigation or drinking water supplies or aquatic habitats by cleaning of equipment or disposal of wastes.