Spa Bromine Release™Controls Bacteria and Algae in Spa Water
Natural Chemistry's Spa Bromine Release is part 2 of a 2 product sanitizer system. Spa Bromine Release provides bromine sanitation when used with Spa Bromine Start Liquid™.
- Part 2 of a 2 product system
- Controls bacteria and algae in spa water
Directions for use:
Before using spa test bromine level. Maintain recommended daily levels as determined by testing kit. Bromine: 3.0 - 5.0ppm, pH: 7.2 - 7.8 ppm, Total alkalinity: 100 - 200ppm, Calcium hardness: 150 - 200ppm Treat a freshly filled spa by adding 125g of Spa Bromine Release per 1,000 litres of spa water to release bromine sanitizer from the bromide salt solution of Bromine Start Liquid™. Maintain water circulation at least 30 minutes before using. Maintain the proper bromine residual by adding 30g of Spa Bromine Release per 1,000 litres of spa water, daily or as needed. Spa Bromine Release must be used in combination with Spa Bromine Start Liquid™ to effect bromine sanitation in spa waters.
|Bromine Level||Bromine Release Required per 1,000L|
|over 3.0ppm||0 grams|
Shock Treatment: Persistent foam formation, turbid, or malodorous water, are indicators of inadequate sanitizer levels. To correct such conditions, shock spa water by adding 125g of Spa Bromine Release per 1,000 litres of spa water. Maintain circulation at least 30 minutes and wait four hours before using. For proper sanitation, spa must be completely drained periodically. The number of days between COMPLETE SPA DRAINAGE is equal to the volume of spa water in litres, divided by 10 times the number of maximum daily spa users. Refill spa with water and repeat directions for use. Maximum spa water usage temperature is 40ºC. Duration in spa water at 40ºC should not exceed 15 minutes.Printable version
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