Balancer Chemicals

Pool Balancer Chemicals

Everybody wants their pool sanitised and safe to swim in which is why pool balancing chemicals are so important. Pool balancing chemicals work towards maintaining the correct pH level for your pool which is essential because without it, swimmers are potentially at risk of developing skin rashes or having the water sting their eyes.

The use of pool balancing chemicals actively and easily prevents this. As the pH level of a swimming pool can be quite fragile, for example, it can be significantly altered as a result of rainfall or the amount of use that the pool has, regularly using pool balancing chemicals is key for ensuring your swimming pool is safe for swimming.

Pool balancing chemicals don’t only improve the sanitation and the safety of your pool, they also prevent damage to the other components you use within your pool. You don’t have to worry about your pool heater, pool pump and other systems becoming corroded and damaged due to calcium hardness as a direct result of our pool balancing chemicals.

Here at Hy-Clor, we can provide you with high-quality, safe-to-use pool balancing chemicals to keep your pool sanitary, safe and looking its best.

You can purchase any of the popular Hy-Clor products at Bunnings, making sure the purchase process is quick and easy. Hy-Quality pool chemical balancers at Hy-Clor.

Balance Selection Guide

Pool Balancer Chemicals – Adjust your pH levels

Pool Balancing Chemicals FAQs

Have questions about balancing pool chemicals? Get the Hy•Quality advice you need below.

What happens if the pH is too low in the pool?2023-01-16T15:10:03+11:00

When the pH is lower than 7.2, the chlorine becomes extremely inefficient and is rapidly depleted giving off a strong chlorine smell.

Should I adjust chlorine or pH first?2023-01-16T15:09:50+11:00

You should always adjust your pH levels before adding chlorine to the pool. The ideal pH level is between 7.2-7.6 and having a high pH level (above 7.6) will make your chlorine less effective.

How long does it take to balance the chemicals in a pool?2023-01-16T15:09:39+11:00

It can take up to 24 hours for the chemicals to balance in a pool.

How often do you balance chemicals in your pool?2023-01-16T15:09:28+11:00

You should test your pool weekly during the swimming season and fortnightly during non-swimming season (autumn/winter).

Questions about Chemical Balancer?

Do you still have questions about chemical balancers and which one to use for your pool? Don’t hesitate to contact a member of our team today to get professional advice.


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