Leisure Time Brominating Tabs 2.2 lbs
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Leisure Time Brominating Tabs are an easy and effective way to sanitize your spa. These tablets dissolve slowly and evenly, providing a concentrated source of active bromine that is ideal for hot tub sanitizing. These tabs fit in most spa feeders and floaters to provide continuous disinfection of your spa, keeping it clean and safe for you and your family.
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Keep your hot tub clean and disinfected with these brominating tabs. Bromine tablets provide a concentrated source of active bromine that is ideal for hot tub sanitizing. They provide hot tub sanitization that is safe and low-odor. These tablets dissolve slowly and evenly and fit in most spa feeders and floaters to provide continuous disinfection of your spa.
Before using this product in your spa or hot tub for the first time, add 1/2 ounce of sodium bromide per 100 gallons of water to establish a 30 ppm bromide concentration. Also, add sodium bromide at this dosage whenever the spa or hot tub is drained and refilled. The bromide addition ensures immediate establishment of an -bromide system, eliminates chlorinous odors and maximizes skin and eye comfort.
Spa or Hot Tub Start-Up:
Using a suitable feeder adjusted according to the manufacturer’s directions, add this product to maintain an active bromine concentration of 2 to 4 ppm in residential spas and 3 – 6 ppm in commercial spas. Use a reliable test kit to monitor bromine regularly. This product’s usage will typically vary from 0.015 to 0.10 pound for every 300 gallons of spa water to maintain the recommended bromine concentration range. The presence of organic debris, high bather use and other factors may require a higher dosage.
• Contain 10% more active sanitizer than BCDMH.
• Brom Tabs are 2.5 times more soluble than BCDMH which is
ideal for floating spa feeders.
• Creates a faster bromine residual for spa startup.
• Brom Tabs utilize Dantabrom chemistry which creates a better
dissolution rate in a floating feeder.
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Start-Up, After Drain, After Refil