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Balancers

Maintaining properly balanced water is a very crucial component of protecting your swimming pool investment. Weekly testing of your water chemistry and proper balancing of your pool water will help to prevent the premature failures of your pool surface, equipment and plumbing. For your convenience, Fronheiser Pools will provide a free computerized water test and expert advice as to the best practices to keeping a clear and trouble-free pool.

  • AlkalinityPlus
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    Poolife® Alkalinity Plus

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    Poolife® Alkalinity Plus balancer raises the total alkalinity of swimming pool water. The ideal total alkalinity range is 60-120 ppm. Maintaining total alkalinity below 60 ppm may cause the pH to fluctuate excessively. Always adjust the total alkalinity prior to adjusting your pH to the desired range.
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    Poolife® pH Plus

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    Poolife® pH Plus balancer raises the pH of swimming pool water. The ideal pH range is 7.2-7.6. Maintaining a pH level below 7.2 keeps your sanitizer from working effectively and can cause equipment corrosion, eye irritation and skin discomfort.
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    Poolife® pH Minus

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    Poolife® pH Minus balancer lowers the pH of swimming pool water. The ideal pH range is 7.2-7.6. Maintaining a pH level above 7.6 keeps your sanitizer from working effectively and can cause scale, eye irritation and skin discomfort. This product also lowers the total alkalinity of swimming pool water.
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    Poolife® Calcium Plus

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    Poolife® Calcium Plus raises the calcium hardness of swimming pool water. The ideal calcium hardness range is 200-500ppm. Maintaining calcium hardness below 200ppm may cause corrosion of metal and plaster surfaces.
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    Poolife® Stabilizer and Conditioner

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    Poolife® Stabilizer & Conditioner balancer raises the stabilizer (cyanuric acid) level of swimming pool water. The ideal stabilizer range is 20-50ppm. Proper stabilizer levels stop the loss of chlorine caused by sunlight. While two types of chlorine products contain Cyanuric acid within, Trichlor & Dichlor, all other forms of chlorine products do not contain any stabilizer.
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    Poolife® Phosphate Remover

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    Poolife® Phosphate Remover is proven to eliminate phosphates sourced from pool chemicals, fertilizers, cleaners and other pollutants. Certain types of phosphates (orthophosphates) are known to be a source of food for algae. Thus, decreasing the level of phosphates in the pool water will reduce the chance of an algae bloom. In addition, phosphates can also cause the following: Cloudy water, poor water quality, excessive scale and lower efficiency of salt chlorine generators.