Perhydrol 35% tank 11.5 kg 2847000000
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How to use hydrogen peroxide for a pool?
Perhydrol (Hydrogen Peroxide) for a pool is used instead of aggressive chlorine-containing substances that prevent active water bloom ... This mainly applies to small pools in personal plots and in country houses, which people have recently been actively acquiring, trying to take a break from the bustle of the city. Cleaning the pool with hydrogen peroxide in this case is the best option.
If you decide to build a small pool next to the house or purchase a ready-made version, then you immediately need to think about cleaning it. Without maintenance, the pool water blooms very quickly and becomes unsuitable for bathing. The beauty is that, unlike natural reservoirs, here we can control the quality of the water. The process of high-quality cleaning consists of three stages:
- Mechanical cleaning of the walls and bottom of the pool, that is, its entire inner surface.
- Filtration of water, purification of debris and leaves.
- Chemical treatment, that is, purification of water in the pool with hydrogen peroxide or chlorine-containing substances.
It is due to chemical cleaning that the contents of the reservoir remain crystal clear for a long time. To do this, use the wrong peroxide that you are used to seeing in pharmacies - the concentration of the active substance should be significantly higher, so you should choose perhydrol, that is, 37% peroxide solution. Due to the content in it of a large amount of active oxygen, all harmful microorganisms are destroyed without a trace. Compared to chlorine, the oxidation rate is much lower, but peroxide is considered safer.
What the advantage of perhydrol?
Hydrogen peroxide for the pool collects extremely positive reviews. And there is a simple explanation for this.
- Special disinfectants that can be purchased in the store are quite expensive and it is not always possible to get them on time. Perhydrol is several times cheaper.
- Peroxide does not have an unpleasant odor, color, but at the same time effectively purifies the water from invisible “inhabitants” of your pool. All bacteria harmful to humans are destroyed, peroxide disappears without a trace during the day and no effect on human skin occurs.
- And, of course, I want the water to be clear. Standing water very quickly lends itself to blooming - the walls and bottom of the pool can become covered with an unpleasant slippery coating, and the water can acquire a greenish tint. The addition of perhydrol completely solves this problem. ;
How to clean a pool with hydrogen peroxide?
When using hydrogen peroxide for a pool, the dosage is calculated depending on its volume. On average, about 700 ml of the substance is taken for 1 cubic meter of water. That is, 7 liters of antibacterial liquid should be poured into a pool with a volume of 10 cubic meters. If serious biological contamination is observed, then the dose can be doubled, calculating per 1 cubic meter - one and a half liters of peroxide.
When working, observe elementary precautions - the pool should be treated only with gloves, as perhydrol on contact with skin can cause chemical burns. In this case, the filter pump must be switched on during the entire cleaning process. Before bathing, the water needs to settle for about a day - during this time, not a trace of peroxide will remain, and the water will become completely clean. The sequence of cleaning is as follows:
- Pour the required amount of perhydrol into the reservoir.
- If the concentration is less than 1000 ml per cubic meter, then leave the water for a day, if the concentration is higher, it is better to refrain from bathing for three days.
- No need to cover the reservoir! The reacted oxygen should flow freely to the outside.
- As a result of the reaction of contaminated water and perhydrol, brown deposits can form on the walls. It can be easily removed with a skimmer. In the same way, suspension is removed from the surface of the water.
After such treatment, the water will become crystal clear and remain transparent for a month. After that, the treatment can be repeated, halving the dosage of perhydrol.
GOST 10929-76. Reagents. Hydrogen peroxide. Specifications (with Amendments N 1, 2)
1. DEVELOPED AND INTRODUCED by the USSR Ministry of Chemical Industry
G.V. Gryaznov; V.G. Brudz, I.L. Rotenberg (leaders of the topic), Z.M. Rivina; L.V.Kidiyarova, Z.A. Zhukova
2. APPROVED AND INTRODUCED INTO ACTION by the Resolution of the State Committee of Standards of the Council of Ministers of the USSR dated 01.30.76 N 263
3 ... Inspection frequency - 5 years
4. The standard complies with ST SEV 5768-86.
The standard complies with MS ISO 6353 / 2-83 in terms of qualifications "chemically pure"
5. REPLACE GOST 10929-64
6. REFERENCE REGULATORY AND TECHNICAL DOCUMENTS
Designation of referenced technical documentation