Chlorine Sanitisers

Pool Chlorine Sanitisers

A well-looked-after swimming pool is one of the most sanitary environments, eliminating germs and dirt and keeping swimmers safe and secure. To properly look after a pool, using sanitary options such as chlorine sanitisers is a necessity.

Chlorine is one of the more widely used pool sanitising chemicals of choice, with several options available. This includes using chlorine tablets for limited or controlled amounts of chlorine in the pool, with liquid and granular chlorine acting as a potentially more flexible option for someone looking to sanitise a large area.

We offer a range of chlorine pool sanitisers that eliminate germs and help to control the pH balance of your pool. By controlling the composition of your pool, swimming is a far more pleasant experience without people worrying about the risk of infection or low-quality water.

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

Chlorine Sanitisers Selection Guide

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Pool Chlorine Sanitiser FAQs

Have questions about Pool Chlorine Sanitisers? Get the Hy•Quality advice you need below.

How much chlorine granules to add to pool?2023-01-16T14:16:49+11:00

When using Hy-Clor Granular Pool Chlorine, you should add between 100-170 grams per 10,000 litres as the initial shock treatment.

How to add chlorine to pool?2023-01-16T14:33:31+11:00

With granular chlorine, dissolve the required amount in a bucket and add the dissolved chlorine around the parameter of the pool.

Using liquid chlorine, measure the amount required and slowly pour it around the parameter of the pool, never pour it straight into the skimmer.

With tablets, ensure you are using the correct type of tablet as the wrong type can actually cause damage.

It is important that you wear appropriate PPE when adding any form of chlorine to the pool.

How to reduce chlorine in pool?2023-01-16T14:33:38+11:00

There are a number of ways to reduce the chlorine levels in your pool and the most common is to dilute the water (top the levels up) or wait until the levels drop naturally. Alternatively, there are various chlorine remover products available that specifically target chlorine in the pool and reduce the chlorine levels instantly.

How much liquid chlorine to add to pool?2023-01-16T14:33:53+11:00

Depending on whether you are using a stabiliser in your pool will determine the amount of chlorine required. To maintain the correct chlorine levels, you should add 200ml per 10,000 litres daily to stabilised pool water and 400ml daily to unstabilised pool water.

How much chlorine to add to pool?2023-01-16T14:34:07+11:00

The pool’s free chlorine levels should be between 1-3ppm and depending on the size of your pool and your current pool conditions, the amount of chlorine you require will vary.

Questions About Pool Sanitisers?

If you are interested in using chlorine sanitisers, whether that’s in the form of chlorine tablets or liquid chlorine, get in touch with the team today to find out more about our range of great pool sanitisation products. We have all the answers you need and can help you get your pool up and running as soon as possible.


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