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|This highly concentrated formulation from Lo-Chlor Chemicals is a uniquely formulated phosphate remover which removes up to 6,000 parts per billion (ppb) of phosphates.
StarverX is a highly concentrated formulation from Lo-Chlor Chemicals is a uniquely formulated phosphate remover which removes up to 6,000 parts per billion (ppb) of phosphates.
Features & Benefits
- Removes up to 6,000 parts per billion (ppb) of phosphates
- Natural composition of unique polymers and rare earth compounds
- Enhances water clarity within 24 hours
- Increases efficiency of all sanitisers
- Increases the efficiency of salt water chlorinators
- No need to vacuum (does not settle out in pool)
- No effect on filter pressure
- Compatible with all pool treatments and equipment
A few facts from the professionals
- When adding StarverÂ®X the water might go cloudy. This cloudiness will disappear within 24 hours as long as the pump and filter are left to run.
- StarverÂ®X does not replace the need for a phosphate removal program.
- After the addition of StarverÂ®X regular maintenance dosages of StarverÂ® Pool Maintenance should be added at a fortnightly rate of 500mls per 50,000L.
- Ensure you regularly test the pool for phosphates and keep water balance in order.
- StarverÂ®X is compatible with all registered sanitisers and does not affect probes on automatic liquid feeders or other dosing units.
Where do phosphates come from? Phosphates are organic building blocks that form when phosphoric acid reacts with various elements found in nature. Phosphates come from leaves, fertilizers, and bather wastes such as sweat and urine. Other phosphates sources are detergents, some insecticides, soft drinks, toothpaste and even some pool chemicals.
How much phosphate is too much? As little as 0.2 ppm of phosphate can result in outbreaks. Interestingly, in cases where pools have excessive outbreaks, the test may register a very low or zero reading on the Phosphate Test Kits. This is because virtually all of the phosphate has been consumed. This phosphate is now organically bound and is not measured by the test. When outbreaks are treated (super chlorination and / or the addition of a Lo-Chlor Algaecide), this organically bound phosphate will be released into the water.
Please contact us for pricing and further information.
|Code ||Description |
|AMX001 ||StarverX 1ltr |
|AMX020 ||StarverX 20ltr |