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Measuring Pool Chemicals Matters for your Chemistry, and your Wallet

April 3, 2020
Pool chemistry is a lot like cooking. And the best chefs in the world use measuring cups.

How to Add Acid to a Swimming Pool

March 12, 2020
Do you need to reduce alkalinity or pH in a swimming pool? If so, you may need to add some acid....

Scale-Forming Tap Water

December 12, 2019
We recently had to adapt the Orenda Startup for a unique tap water situation. Most tap water we...

Winter Pool Service: Necessary or Not?

November 11, 2019
There are few certainties in life: death, taxes, deadlines, and homeowners who want to suspend...

Understanding Algae

October 31, 2019
One of the most searched topics in the pool business is algae. This is an overview article with...

Why does SC-1000 reduce free chlorine?

September 24, 2019
Our scale and metal control product, SC-1000, is powerful and concentrated, but it has one major...

What is the ideal pH for swimming pools?

September 17, 2019
Pool industry textbooks and certification courses tell us that swimming pools should be...

Proactive Pool Winterization: How to Prevent Crystals

August 15, 2019
Cold water is more aggressive than warm water, because of how water temperature lowers the LSI....

The Vision of the Ultimate Pool

August 12, 2019
By Keith Coursin - President, Desert Aire Corp.

How to Safely Add Chlorine to a Swimming Pool

August 5, 2019
Chlorine is the most popular pool sanitizer. Its responsibilities include sanitization,...

How to Prevent Scale in Pool Heaters and Salt Chlorine Generators

July 31, 2019
Carbonate scale tends to form in the hottest water first...usually inside saltwater chlorine...

How to Add Soda Ash or Sodium Bicarb to a Swimming Pool

July 3, 2019
Do you need to raise alkalinity or pH in your swimming pool? If so, there are two dry chemicals...
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