Fi-Clor Chlorine/Bromine Reducer neutralises high levels of chlorine or bromine in pool water. Ii is an ideal treatment when chlorine or bromine levels are higher than recommended for bathing, and there is insufficient time for them to fall naturally.
- Corrects sanitiser levels
- Fast acting
- Rapid dissolving with no residue
- no need to waste heated pool water
- Ideal after quick shock doses
DO NOT MIX WITH OTHER PRODUCTS.
DO NOT DISSOLVE BEFORE USE.
Calculate the volume of water in the pool using our handy pool water calculator.
Acurately measure the free available chlorine level or available bromine and calculate the amount of sanitiser that needs to be reduced.
For pools on CHLORINE, the dose rate is 7gms of Fi-Clor Chlorine/Bromine Reducer per 1m3 of water for every 1mg/l (ppm) of chlorine to be reduced. For the average sized home pool of 50m3 (11,000 gallons), 350g of the product will reduce the chlorine level by 1mg/l (ppm).
For pools on BROMINE, the dose rate is 3gms of Fi-Clor Chlorine/Bromine Reducer per 1m3 of water for every 1mg/l (ppm) of bromine to be reduced. For the average sized home pool of 50m3 (11,000 gallons), 150g of the product will reduce the bromine level by 1mg/l (ppm).
For best results, distribute the product evenly around the pool. Wait for at least 2 hours before re-testing, making further additions if required.
Under-dose rather than over-dose, as this can produce an unwanted chlorine/bromine demand.
Warning: Do not use together with other products. May release dangerous gases (chlorine).
Precautions: Never mix chemicals, except by dosing into the pool separately and at different times. Never add chemicals to the water when bathers are in the pool. Store in a cool, dry, well ventilated, secure place away from oxidising and reducing agents, eg, petrol, oil, solvents and organic materials; ammonia, fertiliser and nitrogen compounds; strong acids and alkalis. Avoid direct contact with pool chemicals. Should there be skin contact with chemicals, wash thoroughly.
Disposal When empty and providing it has been rinsed out on the pool. this container may be disposed of via household recycling.