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Update all the fields with the specified parameters to see a real-time analysis of your balancing according to the Hamilton Index™.
Enter in your approximate number of gallons for dosing recommendations.
Check your hardness level and see our recommendations. Note: Your hardness level will determine your Total Alkalinity balancing.
Select the type of hardness test you use.
Total Hardness PPM
Calcium Hardness PPM
Your Hardness is too low. Consider raising your hardness level by adding Calcium Hardness.
Your hardness is in the recommended range! Good Job!
Your water hardness is slightly above our recommended range. However, it's not too big a deal. Simply maintain the suggested Total Alkalinity in Step 3.
Your hardness is high. A high hardness level can lead to scale, staining, and balancing issues.
Your Hardness is Extremely High. You may want to double check your test kit for accuracy.
You need to check your fill water to determine if it's at least 200 ppm less than your current pool water hardness (any less of a difference and it's not worth it). Drain the pool a third of the way down and refill to dilute your hardness. You can then perform a treatment of Cal treat™ to remove an additional 200-400ppm.
Note: Only recommended for D.E. and Cellulose Fiber Filters.
Check your pH level to see assessment and recommendations.
Your pH is extremely low. This low a pH could cause corrosion to equipment.
First, you should turn off your equipment immediately You can turn your equipment back on after your pH is above 7.2
Your pH is below our absolute minimum recommended pH of 7.6. This will reduce your sanitizer efficiency. Raise your pH to at least 7.8.
Your pH is below the recommended 7.8. However, it's still above the absolute minimum of 7.6.
Your pH is in the recommended range! Good job!
Your pH is above the recommended maximum of 8.2. This can cause scaling.
The type of surface in conjunction with your hardness level will determine your Total Alkalinity balancing.
Your Total Alkalinity is below the recommended maximum. This is great! Good job!
Your alkalinity is at the maximum recommended level. This is okay, but be careful; avoid raising the alkalinity any more. The alkalinity should lower itself over time.
Your Total Alkalinity is above the recommended maximum level. This will lead to staining and scale build up.
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