Fi-Clor Spa Hardness Increaser is used to raise the calcium hardness level in spa water. Calcium hardness is the amount of dissolved calcium and magnesium in pool water. If there is insufficient dissolved calcium, it will be difficult to balance the water - there could also be grout loss in tiled spas. High levels are not a major cause for concern provided the pH and alkalinity are within recommended parameters, but the reading should be kept below 750mg/l (ppm) if possible.
AquaSPArkle Spa Non-Chlorine Shock is a granular product that is ideal for regular oxidation of your spa water. As this doesn't increase chlorine or bromine levels, bathing can resume shortly after application. These granules can be used with both Chlorine and Bromine treated spas.
Aquablanc Spa A Combination Liquid is part of a non-chlorine active oxygen system used in conjunction with the Aquablanc Spa O2 Tablets. This dual-action treatment provides non-chlorine disinfection of your hot tub whilst promoting soft, gentle water. The Active O2 System requires a weekly dose (or weekly top up) with Spa A Combination Liquid combined with Spa O2 Tablets dosing via an appropriate floating dispenser prior to bathing (or otherwise weekly).
The ideal spa pH level is between 7.2 - 7.6, promoting bather comfort, optimal chemical efficiency and protection of spa equipment. AquaSPArkle pH Minus is a granular acid used for lowering the pH if its above 7.6.
The ideal spa pH level is between 7.2 - 7.6, promoting bather comfort, optimal chemical efficiency and protection of spa equipment. AquaSPArkle Spa pH Plus is a granular alkali used for raising the pH if it falls below 7.2.
AquaSPArkle Spa Fusion is the ultimate product for regular oxidation of spa water. Supplied in a convenient 35g one-treatment sachet, Spa Fusion destroys bather wastes for an enhanced bathing experience, whilst a built-in clarifier helps to achieve sparkling clear spa water. To apply, simply cut the corner of the sachet and add directly to the spa water.
Swimming pool calcium hardness levels should be maintained at a minimum of 200mg/l (ppm) to ensure that the pool and equipment are protected. Calcium Hardness Raiser is a calcium flake which rapidly increases calcium hardness to the desired level.
A granular acid for lowering the pH of pool water
The ideal pool pH level is between 7.2 - 7.6, promoting bather comfort, optimal chemical efficiency and protection of pool plant equipment.
A powdered product for increasing the pH of pool water.
The ideal pool pH level is between 7.2 - 7.6, promoting bather comfort, optimal chemical efficiency and protection of pool plant equipment. Apply when the pH is below 7.2.
Ideal pool and spa pH levels are between 7.2 - 7.6, promoting bather comfort, plant/equipment protection and effective chemical use. Test the pH of your pool or spa water and if the pH is ABOVE 7.6,r then use ClearWater pH minus to decrease it.
Fi-Clor Spa Alkalinity Increaser corrects alkalinity when it falls below 80mg/l (ppm).
Alkalinity is a measure of the total amount of alkali in spa water. If the alkalinity is too low, most chemicals added to the spa will directly affect the water balance leading to rapid fluctuations in pH readings. Alkalinity at the correct level will help protect, or 'buffer' the pH.
A convenient weekly shock to keep spa water sparkling clean and crystal clear.
Reduces sanitiser demand
Convenient sachet dose
Quick dissolving with no residue
Eliminates non-filterable spa contaminants