The algae in a pool…

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Water analysis


There are three kinds of algae that are normally found in the pool.
  1. The green algae floating normally discolor your pool water, it turns green and fuzzy. Before the green color appears, the walls have a slippery feel and chlorine demand increases.
  2. The yellow algae also known as the alga with mustard, stick. Having a yellowish powder and normally in the shade, she resists chlorine and can be established even with a chlorine level of between 3 and 5 ppm.
  3. The black algae is a seaweed that clings to the walls, water can be clear. The bottom is often covered with small black spots or blue-green. The black seaweed also resistant to chlorine in the pool. One feature of black algae is that it becomes more difficult to kill, it grows in thick layers. It could kill the top without touching the bottom layer.
The best product to prevent the formation and destroy the algae is chlorine. Do not forget that some algae are resistant to chlorine. An adequate level of chlorine is 1 to 3 ppm or 2 to 4 ppm. An adequate level of chlorine is 30 ppm.