What is the strongest liquid chlorine?

The 1 Gal HASA 4×1 Liquid Chlorine is the purest, strongest, and fastest working liquid chlorine available. Up to 25% stronger than other leading brands. HASA liquid chlorine is a sodium hypochlorite solution, marketed for use in the treatment of water in swimming pools, spas, and hot tubs.

Are there different strengths of liquid chlorine?

Different chlorines have different strengths and a wide variance of pH levels. CYA can get too high (>80ppm) in pool water which decreases chlorine effectiveness, the higher the CYA level the less effective chlorine becomes.

Is liquid chlorine the same as bleach?

Bleach and chlorine are the same chemical, and both will keep your pool sparkling. In truth, bleach contains the same base chemical as pool chlorine. That chemical is, of course, chlorine, and the only major difference between the two products is the concentration strength.

What percentage is liquid pool chlorine?

Liquid chlorine (sodium hypochlorite) contains 12-16% available chlorine. (By contrast, household bleach generally contains about 5% available chlorine.)

Is liquid chlorine better than shock?

Liquid chlorine is less costly, unstabilized and comes in liquid form. Granular shock is stabilized and comes in a solid form that dissolves in your pool. Chlorine is the most cost-effective way to sanitize your pool. It has been the product of choice for almost 100 years.

How much liquid chlorine do I need for a 10000 gallon pool?

about 52-104 oz
You’ll need about 52-104 oz of liquid chlorine per 10,000 gallons of water. This amount should get the chlorine level to between 5 and 10 ppm.

Is liquid chlorine stronger than bleach?

Answer: It is true that pool chlorine is stronger than bleach. For bleach and water to be the same strength as pool chlorine and water, you would have to adjust the ratio, increasing the bleach and reducing the water.

How much liquid chlorine do I need for a 1000 gallon pool?

If the water is clean and clear, then add about 3 oz of liquid chlorine per 1000 gallons of water – while the pool filter is running. This should give you a chlorine level of about 3 ppm.

What percentage of chlorine is in bleach?

Typical pool chlorine is actually a chemical compound made up of 65% calcium hypochlorite with the remaining 35% made up of calcium and other inert ingredients. Household bleach, on the other hand, is usually only 6% chlorine and a different type at that.

How much liquid chlorine do I put in a 10000 gallon pool?

You’ll need about 52-104 oz of liquid chlorine per 10,000 gallons of water. This amount should get the chlorine level to between 5 and 10 ppm.

Can you use bleach in your pool instead of chlorine?

Short answer: yes. Longer answer: it depends on the formulation. The label on every bleach bottle should tell you the ratio of sodium hypochlorite (and available chlorine) in the bottle to everything else. A higher percentage is generally better, as you’ll need to use less bleach to treat your pool.

The chemical in bleach is the same chemical found in liquid chlorine sold by you local pool store or hardware store. Bleach is just weaker by volume than liquid chlorine. Typically liquid chlorine is 10-12% Sodium Hypochlorite where bleach is about 5-6% Sodium Hypochlorite.

Is chlorine a liquid or a solid?

Chlorine is supplied as a gas, liquid and a solid. The gas is 100 percent elemental chlorine (Cl2), and is supplied in 150 lb. cylinders (10 inches in diameter and about 55 inches high) and in 2,000 lb. (ton) containers (30 inches in diameter and 82 inches high). The liquid is sodium hypochlorite (NaOCl) commonly used as laundry bleach.

What is the best chlorine for a pool?

Liquid chlorine is one of the common chlorine that is used in pool as a sanitizer. A lot of larger swimming pools use this to get economic advantage. Sodium hypochlorite (NaOCl) is the most common swimming pool liquid chlorine.

How much liquid chlorine to add to your pool?

The average amount of chlorine required for pool shocking is 3 1/2 quarts per 10,000 gallons of water. Clean Pool and Spa recommends raising the chlorine levels 10 times for every part per million of free chlorine when shocking a pool.