Aquachek salt test strips
For measuring the salt concentration in swimming pool water, we sell next to the Pocket salt meter also the salt test strips for an indication of the amount of salt in the water.
What do these test strips measure?
Our Aquachek salt measuring strips measure NaCl (sodium chloride) 400 – 7000ppm (mg/L)
how to ensure the proper functioning of a salt electrolysis
A salt electrolysis for swimming pool water treatment uses sodium chloride to produce Free Chlorine.
In addition, the chlorinator converts the salt to free chlorine to disinfect the pool and kill bacteria and microorganisms in the pool water.
Thus, a certain level of salt will ensure the operation of the salt electrolysis and allow the unit to produce the necessary amount of free chlorine and keep the water free of contaminants.
In short, to be sure of a sufficiently high free chlorine content, it is best to check the salt concentration in your swimming pool 2 - 3 times a week.
How do I measure correctly?
The meeting is extremely simple.
- Take a sample of pool water in a clean cup or glass
- Then dip the test strip in the water sample for 2 – 3 seconds
- Compare the color of the test strip with the colors on the packaging to know the exact concentration.
The salt test strips are packed per 10 dots