The starter pack consists of different products to help keep you hot tub clean and sanitised. Bromine is a good sanitizer for hot tubs as it’s less intense as chlorine and therefore kinder on the skin if you have sensitive skin.
1, Put 2-5 tablets in a floating dispenser and adjust the collar accordingly on the side of the dispenser
2, Maintain a Bromine level of 3-6PPM (milligrams per litre)
3, Test water balance and bromine levels daily and before use.
4, It is recommended to add non chlorine shock on a weekly basis to help with the oxidisation (reduction in contaminants)
5, When setting up hot tub from start allow 24 hours for tablets to dissolve and mix with water for correct water balance reading.
6, Keep checking the dispenser and top up tablets when required.
Fill the dispenser with bromine tablets and twist the bottom collar to achieve the desired chemical flow rate.
Place in the water to sanitise the hot tub.
Keep dispenser in water at all time to keep water sanitised.
1, Add 11 grams per 1,000 litres of spa water. (1 teaspoon = 5 grams)
2, Dissolve in warm water in a plastic bucket and distribute evenly around the pool with the pump operating.
3, Leave for 8 hours then re-test to ensure pH level 7.2 - 7.6.
4, Add more if required until correct balance is achieved.
1, Add 5g (1 teaspoons) to 1 litre of warm water and carefully add the solution to the spa whilst the pumps are turned on.
2, Check water balance level with a testing strip and add more Ph Minus if required.
3, Aim for a pH level of between 7.2 - 7.6.
1, Dip one strip into water for 5 seconds with a simple back and forth motion
2, Remove strip and shake to remove excess water
3, Wait 15 seconds
4, Match pH, free chlorine / bromine, total alkalinity & water hardness to the colour chart.
Complete colour matching within 30 seconds.
Add 50ml to the foaming area as required.
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