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Dazzle TH+ Total Hardness

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  • A mineral that increases total hardness in hot tub water

  • Prevents surface and equipment corrosion

  • If total hardness is too low you will discover heater problems


Why

  • Raises Calcium Hardness (CH)

  • Use when CH is less than 100 ppm to return to effective range of 100 – 200 ppm

  • Low CH causes;

    • Etching of plaster, grout

    • Increased overall corrosion of surfaces - staining

    • Increased risk of problems and major repair costs



  • Highest grade mineral available

    • Clean, granular, ‘prill’ form

    • Dissolves quickly and fully – even in hot water

    • Lowest impurity level available

    • Alkaline – pH 8 - 9 in solution




When

  • Apply when needed to maintain CH between 100 – 200 ppm

  • Always test with fresh fill and monthly thereafter


How Much

  • To raise CH:


o  10 g per 1,000 L raises CH 10 ppm

  • 1 capful = 10 grams (approx.)


How

  • Always adjust CH after TA and pH

  • Operate pump with air off

  • Divide total amount of Balance TH+ into 3 equal applications

  • Apply 1 application every 3 hours by sprinkling slowly over water surface – do not predissolve

  • Circulate for 1 – 2 hours


What is Calcium Hardness'


What is CH

  • The measure of dissolved calcium present in the water

  • Total Hardness is the measure of calcium and magnesium

  • Proper hot tub range: 100 – 200 ppm

  • If low, raise with Balance TH+

  • If high, control with Stain & Scale 1 and 2

  • Balance initially at fresh fill

  • Check monthly and adjust/treat as needed


 

Why Is It Important


  • In hot tub water, a balanced calcium hardness does the following:

    • Helps protect surfaces from corrosion, staining

    • Helps protect surfaces from scale formation

    • Helps provide clearer water

    • Fewer problems / easier maintenance




Why Does CH Change

  • Top up water can raise or lower CH

  • Otherwise, it shouldn’t shift much once balanced

  • Product additions don’t generally have an effect on CH


Problems Associated with CH

  • When low – soft water

    • Etched plaster, grout

    • Increased corrosiveness

    • Possible staining



  • When high – scale forming

    • Scale forms more readily




❧ Heater, therapy jets

❧ Remove with Stain & Scale 1

❧ Prevent with Stain & Scale 2


  • Cloudy water

  • Hard water stains


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  • A mineral that increases total hardness in hot tub water

  • Prevents surface and equipment corrosion

  • If total hardness is too low you will discover heater problems


Why

  • Raises Calcium Hardness (CH)

  • Use when CH is less than 100 ppm to return to effective range of 100 – 200 ppm

  • Low CH causes;

    • Etching of plaster, grout

    • Increased overall corrosion of surfaces - staining

    • Increased risk of problems and major repair costs



  • Highest grade mineral available

    • Clean, granular, ‘prill’ form

    • Dissolves quickly and fully – even in hot water

    • Lowest impurity level available

    • Alkaline – pH 8 - 9 in solution




When

  • Apply when needed to maintain CH between 100 – 200 ppm

  • Always test with fresh fill and monthly thereafter


How Much

  • To raise CH:


o  10 g per 1,000 L raises CH 10 ppm

  • 1 capful = 10 grams (approx.)


How

  • Always adjust CH after TA and pH

  • Operate pump with air off

  • Divide total amount of Balance TH+ into 3 equal applications

  • Apply 1 application every 3 hours by sprinkling slowly over water surface – do not predissolve

  • Circulate for 1 – 2 hours


What is Calcium Hardness'


What is CH

  • The measure of dissolved calcium present in the water

  • Total Hardness is the measure of calcium and magnesium

  • Proper hot tub range: 100 – 200 ppm

  • If low, raise with Balance TH+

  • If high, control with Stain & Scale 1 and 2

  • Balance initially at fresh fill

  • Check monthly and adjust/treat as needed


 

Why Is It Important


  • In hot tub water, a balanced calcium hardness does the following:

    • Helps protect surfaces from corrosion, staining

    • Helps protect surfaces from scale formation

    • Helps provide clearer water

    • Fewer problems / easier maintenance




Why Does CH Change

  • Top up water can raise or lower CH

  • Otherwise, it shouldn’t shift much once balanced

  • Product additions don’t generally have an effect on CH


Problems Associated with CH

  • When low – soft water

    • Etched plaster, grout

    • Increased corrosiveness

    • Possible staining



  • When high – scale forming

    • Scale forms more readily




❧ Heater, therapy jets

❧ Remove with Stain & Scale 1

❧ Prevent with Stain & Scale 2


  • Cloudy water

  • Hard water stains