Sodium Carbonate granules used to increase the pH level of your pool water. pH levels must be between 7.2 – 7.6 in order for chlorine to work efficiently
Increases pH for more efficient chlorination
Easy to use
Lovibond Chlorine / pH Pool Tester0 out of 5
A visual test kit that provides quick, easy and simultaneous testing for chlorine / pH levels. Rapidly dissolving tablets give accurate and fast results. Simply match the water colour to the swatch on the side of the case and read.
Aquacheck Pool & Spa Salt Test Strips0 out of 5
Tests quickly and easily for salt. Simply dip the plastic termometer style strip into the water and wait for the line to climb up the scale. Use the measurement to take a reading for corresponding sodium chloride levels from the chart on the bottle.
Pro-Swim Maxi Chlorine Tablets0 out of 5
Slow dissolving 200g stabilized chlorine tablets for sanitising pool water. Use in skimmer baskets or dispensers. 25 tablets per drum.
Palintest Phenol Red pH Test Tablets0 out of 5
pH indicators in tablet form react in the water to change its colour. The intensity of colour is proportional to the pH level. We sell 50 tablets in 5 strips of 10 for £4.50.
Lo-Chlor Starver0 out of 5
Removes bulk phosphate, the main food source for algae, from pool water. Most effective when treating phosphate levels of above 2ppm (200pbb).
Pro-Chlor Chlorine Granules0 out of 5
Stabalised chlorine granules for regular use, especially good for outdoor pools where sunlight dissipates chlorine levels.
Fi-Clor Superfast Shock0 out of 5
Non-stabilised chlorine granules for regular dosing and the immediate treatment of green / cloudy pool water.
Klearpool Long Life Copper Algaecide0 out of 5
Used to maintain good water quality by preventing and inhibiting algal growth. Contains copper.
Pro-Swim Dry Acid (pH Minus)0 out of 5
Sodium Hydrogensulphate granules used to lower pH or reduce total alkalinity when pH level rises.
Aquacheck Pool & Spa Copper Test Strips0 out of 5
Tests quickly, easily and simultaneously for copper, pH, and total alkalinity. Simply dip the paper strip into the water and compare the coloured patches to the swatches printed on the side of the bottle.