SpaChem pH Plus Range

Why & What is pH plus for?

If you’re asking yourself, “What is pH plus for?” then don’t worry; we’ve got you covered. In this blog post, we’ll answer some of the most common questions about Sodium Carbonate and what it can do for your spa water.

What is pH plus for?

  • Sodium Carbonate or pH Increaser is a granular water treatment used to raise the pH balance in a spa or hot tub water. It helps decrease the corrosiveness of alkaline metals like calcium, magnesium and sodium.

How much pH Increaser should I use? 

  • If you have an aluminum or nonmetallic filter system, it’s recommended that you maintain your water’s pH at 7.2-7.4 with a granular pH Increaser once per week. 
  • If you use a cartridge filter, it’s recommended to keep your water’s pH at 7.2-7.6 every other day or once per week with granular pH Up, which is a Sodium Carbonate, pH+ is available in pH Plus 1kg tubs or pH Plus 5kg tubs.

How soon can you use the hot tub after adding pH Elevator?

  • As with any chemical, it’s always recommended to give you a spa, hot tub, or pool at least 15 / 20 mins before jumping in re is no waiting period required.

How does pH Up work?

  • pH Plus works by binding to the alkaline metals in your spa water and creating a stable compound. This helps raise the pH balance of your water and makes it less corrosive.

How long does it take pH+ to work?

  • pH Plus works immediately, meaning you should see a difference within minutes. However, it can take up to 24 hours for the pH to thoroughly saturate your spa water.

How does pH plus compare to other pH increasers?

  • pH Plus is a sodium carbonate-based pH increaser, making it less corrosive than some of the alternatives on the market. It’s also one of the most affordable pH increasers available.
  • If you have any other questions about Sodium Carbonate or need help choosing the right product for your spa, don’t hesitate to contact us. We’re always happy to help!

Find out more about the range of hot tub chemicals we have to offer today. Or you can check out The Hot Tub Chemicals Guide.



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