poolife® NST® Tablets
poolife® Exclusive Pool Care Collection NST® is an alternative to 3" tablets and does not contain cyanuric acid. Perfect for use in a skimmer, this product will destroy bacteria and organic contaminants without over-stabilizing your pool water or adding additional cyanuric acid to your water. Each long-lasting tablet will continuously sanitize your pool in the skimmer for up to one week! This product is an innovative, patented technology that provides long-lasting, slow-dissolving chlorination. It’s compatible for use with pools equipped with salt chlorine generators to help maintain the proper sanitization level.
- Use only in pools with a skimmer and skimmer basket. Skimmer basket must be free of all other water treatment products before adding this product.
- Place the tablet(s) in the empty skimmer basket. Replace with a new tablet as needed.
- For optimum product performance, swimmer comfort and crystal clear water, always maintain pH from 7.2 to 7.6, total alkalinity from 60 to 120 parts per million (ppm), calcium hardness above 200 ppm and free available chlorine residual between 1- 4 ppm.
- Best used with poolife® Algae Ban II algaecide and poolife® Quick Swim Oxidizer.
- Compatible with chlorine, salt chlorine generators, ozone and mineral systems.
AVAILABLE SIZES: 10 lbs. / 20.6 lbs. / 44 lbs.
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