Amerse Calcium Hardness Increase
Amerse Calcium Hardness Increase (Calcium Chloride) will help you maintain your pool or spa’s Calcium Hardness at 150-250 parts per million (PPM).
Calcium hardness refers to the amount of dissolved calcium in hot tub water, and it is an important aspect of water chemistry that should be maintained within a specific range for optimal hot tub performance. Calcium hardness that is too low can cause corrosion of metal components, while calcium hardness that is too high can cause scaling and cloudy water. When calcium hardness is too low, a Calcium Hardness Increase product can be added to the water to raise the calcium level.
Here are some things you should know about Calcium Hardness Increase for hot tubs:
Follow the manufacturer’s instructions: Calcium Hardness Increase products are designed to be added to the water in specific amounts, based on the volume of your hot tub and the current calcium hardness level. Be sure to follow the manufacturer’s instructions carefully to avoid overuse or other issues.
Test your water regularly: It’s important to monitor your hot tub’s calcium hardness level regularly, using a test kit or test strip. This will help you determine when it’s time to add a Calcium Hardness Increase product.
Add the product with the pump running: To ensure that the Calcium Hardness Increase product is distributed evenly throughout the water, it’s a good idea to add it with the hot tub’s pump running.
Keep the water balanced: In addition to maintaining proper calcium hardness levels, it’s important to keep the hot tub’s water balanced overall, including pH, alkalinity, and sanitizer levels.
By using a Calcium Hardness Increase product as needed and keeping your hot tub’s water chemistry balanced, you can help ensure optimal performance and longevity of your hot tub’s components.