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Aqua Pure Spa Water Hardness Raiser

Calcium Hardness, once again measured in ppm, it is important that the calcium levels are neither too low nor too high. High calcium levels produces water that is described as hard. This tends to “calcify” surfaces. Low calcium levels will cause water to be cloudy and will also potentially damage spa equipment. Ideal levels are 50 – 200 ppm and levels below 50 or above 200 ppm are unacceptable. 

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Calcium Hardness, once again measured in ppm, it is important that the calcium levels are neither too low nor too high. High calcium levels produces water that is described as hard. This tends to “calcify” surfaces. Low calcium levels will cause water to be cloudy and will also potentially damage spa equipment. Ideal levels are 50 – 200 ppm and levels below 50 or above 200 ppm are unacceptable. 
Rain water normally has no calcium, whereas bore water is generally high in calcium. It is recommended that calcium level is adjusted up to 100 ppm before attempting to adjust pH and Alkalinity.

Features and benefits:

  • Increase low water hardness, preventing etching, pitting and corrosion of spa surfaces and metallic components
  • Prevent cloudy spa water and visible crustation deposits due to too much hardness