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BioGuard Power Chlor® Chlorine Granules
BioGuard Power Chlor® Chlorine Granules
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BioGuard Power Chlor® Chlorine Granules

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Description:

BioGuard Power Chlor® compound action chlorinating granules provide Shock, Sanitation, Algicide and Clarifier all in a convenient granule for easy addition to your pool. Not for sale in California due to local regulations.

  • Patented, easy-to-use, multi-functional granular chlorine sanitizer and shock
  • Excellent alternative to calcium-hypochlorite products
  • Broadcast use (white plaster pools only) or skimmer use
  • Can be used with the BioGuard 3-Step Care System
  • Stabilized chlorine

BioGuard Power Chlor® Chlorine Granulesis an excellent alternative to traditional granular chlorine products for those with already high levels of calcium hardness in their water. This product is far more than just shock and sanitation, it also provides a clarifier to assist your filter in keeping your pool crystal clear. Boosts your stabilizer levels helping prevent the need to add more stabilizer as more water is added and also contains a compound that boosts the effectiveness of your algaecide and softens the water for more enjoyable time in the pool.

BioGuard Chlorine Granules Dosage:

Always follow label instructions, dosages are provided here to inform your purchase decisions. These dosages are not meant as a replacement for label instructions.

Initial: 1 pound (2 cups) chlorine sanitizer per 10,000 gallons of swimming pool water, test and repeat every 2 hours until chlorine is within acceptable levels

Maintenance: 2-4 oz (1/4 to 1/2 cups) per 10,000 gallons

Shock/Algae: 1 pound (2 cups) per 10,000 gallons, doubled for heavier algae growth