Is ORP level more important?

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My Pool: 7.3m (L) x 3.15 (W) x 1.5 (D)
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Heated indoor liner pool
Pump and sand filter

Is ORP level more important?

Postby DLCS » Sun 13 Oct, 2019 06:02

Hi all, we have a new indoor pool installed and have an automatic water analyser which measures temperature, ph, ORP, conductivity. The latest readings ph 7.5, ORP 702mV, conductivity 1051 microS. The water quality from the analyser said water quality is good. We use Bromine as disinfectant and only detect 0.5ppm?? The ideal bromine level supposed to be 2-5ppm right? Shall I increase the bromine level even though the water quality looks clean and clear? Please advise, many thanks!


DLCS
I'm new here
I'm new here
Posts: 2
Joined: Sun 13 Oct, 2019 04:41
My Pool: 7.3m (L) x 3.15 (W) x 1.5 (D)
36.68 cubic meter
Heated indoor liner pool
Pump and sand filter

Re: Is ORP level more important?

Postby DLCS » Sun 13 Oct, 2019 17:16

Other readings
Total alkalinity 219 ppm
CYA 3 ppm

Many thanks!

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