Bromine Tablets


25 lb.  |  50 lb.


A bromine based sanitizer. Less irritating to eyes, skin, and hair than chlorine. Great for pools, spas, and hot tubs.

Swimming Pool Directions
In newly filled pools, shock the pool if necessary. Follow directions for use on this label to establish an effective active bromine residual of between 2 and 3 ppm. Test water frequently using a reliable bromine test kit. Adjust the flow rate through the brominator if necessary, to maintain the active bromine residual. The following dosages are provided as a general rule of thumb. Automatic brominators have use instructions specific to their design. Frequently a brominator must be filled to capacity every week - while the adjustments allow the user to erode only the total amount of this product necessary for proper sanitation. As suggested below, the slow dissolving nature of the chemical combined with the design features of the brominator require that a greater amount of chemical be exposed to the water. RESIDENTIAL: Add 17 tablets per 10,000 gallons every 5 - 7 days or as needed to maintain a bromine residual of 2 - 3 ppm at all times. Apply weekly dose through an automatic brominator which will allow you to adjust the amount of bromine entering the water. COMMERCIAL: Add 31 tablets per 10,000 gallons every 5 - 7 days or as needed to maintain an active bromine residual of between 3 and 5 ppm at all times.

POOL GALLON CALCULATOR (all dimensions in feet)
Square or Rectangular: Length x Width x Average Depth x 7.5 = Gallons
Round or Oval: Length x Width x Average Depth x 5.9 =Gallons
Each tablet weighs 0.70 oz. (19.8 grams)

 

Spa & Hot Tub Directions
Introduce 3 tablets per 300 gallons of spa water with the use of a floating tablet feeder or automatic brominator installed on the spa equipment. Adjust tablet feeder or brominator to obtain an active bromine residual of at least 2 ppm. Maintain spa by adding 3 tablets per 300 gallons every 5 - 7 days or as needed to maintain an active bromine residual of 2 ppm at all times. Spa water has a tendency to foam and cloud that is directly proportional to the amount of use it receives. This is due to the accumulation of body fats and oils and contaminants too small for the filtration equipment to remove, and to the rapid escalation of total dissolved solids in the water. To a great extent, defoamer, clarifier, shock treatments and demineralizers or sequestering agents can be used to clear the water. When this become impossible, draining, cleaning, and refilling the spa will be the most satisfactory way of solving this problem. Generally, residential spa and hot tub water should be changed every three months.

SPA GALLON CALCULATOR (all dimensions in feet)
Square or Rectangular: Length x Width x Average Depth x 7.5 =Gallons
Round or Oval: Length x Width x Average Depth x 5.9 = Gallons
Each tablet weighs 0.70 oz. (19.8 grams)

 



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