Do you have cloudy pool water and rough walls?

Precipitation of calcareous deposits is formed, and it is necessary to lower the pH permanently, thus progressively destroying the water’s buffering capacity due to the presence of bicarbonate (the TAC drops and the pH gradually rises).

Solution:

Remove limescale deposits by brushing the walls with a brush and collect the deposits

from the bottom using a vacuum cleaner.

If the limescale is not removed with the brush, lower the water level below the deposits and

clean up with Decalcit Super.

To prevent limescale deposits add Calcinex as soon as the pool is filled and keep it in place.

pH between 7.0 and 7.4 between 7.4 and 7.6 for bromine.

Limit the use of counter-current swimming apparatus. Avoid cascading water overflows and set the discharge to horizontal.