Lo-Chlor Troubleshooting Guide
The Florida Building Code, Energy Conservation (2014) (below) requires some type of pool cover be used in order to pass building inspection. Some Florida locales accept Aqua Blanket as a suitable liquid cover to meet this code.
2017 Florida Energy Code C404.9.3 Covers
Outdoor heated swimming pools and outdoor permanent spas shall be equipped with a vapor-retardant cover on or at the water surface or a liquid cover or other means proven to reduce heat loss.
Exception: Where more than 70 percent of the energy for heating, computed over an operating season, is from site-recovered energy such as from a heat pump or solar energy source, covers or other vapor-retardant means shall not be required.
Liquid covers are the most convenient way to be compliant when completing a pool. Plan ahead and ask your Lo-Chlor rep for Aqua Blanket right away.
FastStart-Tech is the perfect product to prevent stains and mottling during new pool start-ups. It reduces start-up time and effort, controls plaster dust and yields no phosphates. But it’s not only for start-ups!
This safe but powerful formulation is also used for ongoing scale prevention:
Ask your Lo-Chlor rep for FastStart-Tech and try it for safe, speedy start-ups and easy scale control. For more than start-ups.
You know Metal Gone as the solution to removing metal stains in swimming pools. When metals appear in excess amounts they can adhere to the pool surface, requiring a metal sequestrant be added to the water to bind them until they are safely filtered out.
Metal Gone is also capable of removing stains from hard surfaces:
Ask your Lo-Chlor rep for Metal Gone and try these time-saving solutions!
Algae needs phosphates. When phosphates are removed from pool water, algae loses the food it needs to grow. Lo-Phos Max provides the strongest liquid phosphate remover in the pool chemicals industry.
Follow directions and pay attention to these key points:
Follow these directions to powerfully halt algae growth every time. Ask your Lo-Chlor rep about Lo-Phos Max now.
Up to an inch of water loss per day might not seem like much, but pool leaks waste thousands of gallons of water every year and should be fixed without delay.
Just one inch of water loss per day from a 15,000 gallon pool equals 111,000 gallons wasted per year!
Draining pools for leak repair not only throws away more water, but also takes time and increases water costs enormously.
Another cost is the fee for Leak Detection service to locate pool leaks. Instead, Leak Sealer can find the leak on its own! While we often can’t see where leaks come from, when Leak Sealer encounters air from a water leak it seals the opening quickly – usually within 24 hours. Use Leak Sealer for water loss of up to one inch per day.
Try Leak Sealer first and choose the repair you can make yourself. Ask your Lo-Chlor® rep and follow the easy directions.