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STABILIZER

TABEX

 

 

 

 

Protects Free Available Chlorine residuals from depletion by the sun’s ultraviolet (UV) rays.

Granular form.

Helps to maintain continuous chlorine residuals.

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CodeMSDSFormatDescriptionCs
02-7001511.5 kgUNIT1
02-7001511.5 kgCASE6
02-70077 kgUNIT1
02-702020 kgUNIT1
02-705050 kgUNIT1

Specifications

 

When do I use Stabilizer?
Cyanuric Acid (CYA or Stabilizer) is not destroyed by any other pool chemical and is only lost through pool water dilution or splash-out.

Indoor pools that are not subject to the sun's ultraviolet (UV) rays do not need Stabilizer, and may use unstabilized chlorine.

Stabilizer should be used during initial fill period of swimming pool water, or whenever a drastic amount of untreated water is added to the pool.

Dosage Rates
Test the level of Stabilizer using a reliable test kit.

Stabilizer levels should stay between 30 and 50 ppm.

For outdoor pools only, stabilize pool water to 30 ppm by adding 300 g of TABEX Stabilizer per 10,000 L.

Several days may be required for complete dissolution in pool water.

Note that most tableted chlorine and some granulated chlorines already have a stabilizer in them and, when used for daily chlorination, the stabilizer level is normally maintained.

Avoid exceeding the recommended Stabilizer levels by dilution with fresh water.


When can I use the pool?
The pool is safe to use immediately.

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