Suncoast Chemicals Salinity Surge Shock

Suncoast Chemicals Salinity Surge Shock
Item # Item Description Price Qty
00950402 Salt Pool Salinity Surge 1 lb Shock $3.99

Salt Pool Shock

Specially Formulated for Salt Pools

The unique formulation of Salinity® Surge Salt Pool Shock provides the benefits of oxygen-based oxidization while boosting free chlorine concentrations. This one-two punch keeps pool water sparkling clear by oxidizing and eliminating organic contaminants and helps ensure that sanitizer residuals are maintained. 

This salt pool shock is specially formulated to prevent dull, hazy water and inhibit the growth of algae. For pool shock treatment and preventative oxidization, add this salt pool shock to pool water every week. You'll get sparkling-clear water in return!

Directions for Use

For Swimming Pools:

Always add this salt pool shock with the pool pump and filter running to ensure complete mixing and good circulation. Salinity Surge Salt Pool Shock is completely soluble and dissolves quickly, so no pre-mixing is required. Apply this salt pool shock when the swimming pool is not in use. Test the pool chlorine level prior to re-entry to make sure the residual concentration in the pool is between 1 and 3 ppm (parts per million). Reentry is prohibited above chlorine levels of 3 ppm due to risk of bodily injury.

When Used for Weekly Pool Shock Treatment in Conjunction with a Primary Sanitizer: For pools with moderate daily use, add Salinity Surge Salt Pool Shock weekly at a dose of 1 lb. per 10,000 gallons of pool water. Each pound of this salt pool shock will raise the free chlorine concentration by 3 ppm in 10,000 gallons of pool water. More frequent and/or heavier doses may be required during periods of heavy use or following heavy rains or high winds.

Treatment of Visible Pool Algae:

  1. Remove as much pool algae as possible by brushing and vacuuming debris to waste.

  2. Backwash the pool filter.

  3. Apply 3 pounds of Salinity Surge Salt Pool Shock per 10,000 gallons of pool water.

  4. Brush the entire pool daily for three consecutive days and vacuum debris to waste.

  5. Re-test the water for free chlorine using a reliable pool test kit. Swimming may resume when the chlorine concentration is 3 ppm or less.