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Aquasparkle Bromo Boost

AquaSPArkle Spa Bromo Boost is designed to boost bromine levels in hot tubs for ongoing activation through the use of complimentary oxidisers or via bromine generator electrolysis units that convert bromide into hydrobromide solutions.


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AquaSPArkle Spa Bromo Boost Key Features/Characteristics Use with bromine electrolysis Granular AquaSPArkle Spa Bromo Boost is designed to boost bromine levels in hot tubs for ongoing activation through use of complimentary oxidisers, or via bromine generator electrolysis units (e.g. in.clear) that convert bromide into hydrobromite solutions. Application Instructions

1. Maintain pH levels within the ideal range of 7.2 – 7.6. If the level is not in this range, adjust.

2. This product may be applied directly to hot tubs, whilst the spa pump(s) are turned “on” to aid distribution.

3. Allow 30 minutes for general distribution prior to activating bromine with oxidisers or an electrolysis unit.

4. Before bathing commences, test the water and maintain bromine residuals within the recommended range of 3 – 5mg/l (ppm). When using bromine generator electrolysis units (e.g. in.clear), use the boost mode to raise bromine levels if necessary. On the other hand, if bromine levels exceed 10mg/l (ppm), then turn off the electrolysis unit until the bromine level falls to 5mg/l (ppm) or below.

5. It is recommended that hot tub water is periodically changed and replaced. If draining and re-filling is carried out within 60 days, there is no need to top-up with Spa Bromo Boost, in which case use the initial dose as below on re-fill. If draining and re-filling is delayed beyond 60 days, us the top-up dose below. Water Volumes Litres Gallons 1,000 1,500 220 330 Dose Rates Initial 60 day top-up dose (if required) 1.2kg 0.6kg 1.8kg 0.9kg

Frequently Asked Questions

There are so many different chemicals and cleaning products available. This is a personal choice. Some people prefer to use bromine as it is less harsh on the skin and some prefer chlorine as this is easier to regulate and easier to keep control of the levels to make sure they are fine. We provide advice to our customers and help them make the best choice for them. We don’t support any individual brands or type of chemicals – we stock them all.

After you have been using your spa for a few months and had a number of different people in it. Your hot tub will slowly start to build up with bacteria so we have a chemical called a hot tub flush. As you will be draining your hot tub every three months buy the hot tub flush. Place it in your spa, run your spa which will then move the water through the jets and through the pipes and get rid of the bacteria in there.

Filters are the first protection for bacteria as this is where the debris and all of the bacteria gets sucked down. Filters should be checked once or twice a week to make sure they are still clean – you can purchase a filter cleaner. We recommend changing your filter when you change your water which is every three months. But always check your filters once or twice a week.

With every spa purchased we give you a starter pack. You can decide whether you want chlorine or bromine. There are full instructions on the pack and you can always call us for advice.

Shocking a hot tub means applying an ample dose of chlorine (sodium dichlor) or non-chlorine shock (potassium monopersulfate or MPS). One purpose of this treatment is to break-down organic waste contaminants which cause odour and cloudy water.

Cleaning your filters is vital. The best thing you can do is buy a filter cleaner – it is simple and cheap. You put your filter in a bucket of water with the filter cleaner, then let it dry and then re-use your filter.

All chemicals should be added to warm water until dissolved before adding to your hot tub.
Add chemicals to the filter housing so that they go straight through the circulation area.
Leave tub several hours after adding a chemical to have change to circulate before testing and adding more.
Test Alkalinity first and get that up to balance TA – increaser will help this one. Make sure levels are ok before adding any other chemicals.
PH balance once this is at an ok level you can then add chlorine.
Add chlorine last. Do a shock dose for first time or when there is no chlorine present. Shock will be around 60 grams.
Please leave your tub a full 24/48 hours once chemicals are added before you use your tub, once you have used the tub you will need to add more chemicals as the levels would have dropped in the chlorine.
Test your tub daily until you get the hang of a routine when you will need to add certain chemicals.
Cloudy water is PH balance not level to correct either increase or decrease and leave several hours until tested again to let the chemicals circulate round the tub.
Green water is low chlorine or no chlorine we advise shock dose.

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