What Are The Different Types of Chemicals?

As we posted about earlier this week, swimming pool and spa chemicals are a tricky business. Check out the list below for more information on….

Swimming Pool Chemicals and Products for Utah:

Lifeguard Pools and Spas carries a broad supply of swimming pool chemicals and products to care for all of your pool needs. From algae problems to cloudy water, we’ve got the pool chemicals to keep your pool safe and beautiful. Some of the pool chemicals and products we carry for our Utah climate include:

  • Chlorine
    • 3 inch Chlorine Tablets
    • 1 inch Chlorine Tablets
    • Granular Chlorine
    • Liquid Chlorine
    • TriChlor
    • DiChlor
    • Sodium Hypochlorite
    • Bromine
      • Granular Bromine
      • 1 inch Bromine Tablets
      • Pool Salt
        • 40 lb. Bag Quick Dissolving Pool Grade Pool Salt
        • Pool Shock Products
          • Calcium Hypochlorite
          • Lithium Hypochlorite
          • Sodium Dichlor
          • Non-Chlorine Shock
          • Ph Balancers
            • Liquid Acid
            • Dry Acid Products
            • Soda Ash
            • Co2 (Carbon Dioxide)
            • Liquid Chemicals
            • Clarifiers
            • Algeacides
            • Tile Cleaners
            • Pool Filter Cleaners
              • Pool Filter Degreasers
              • Biguanide Sanitizers
              • Pool Perfect
              • Phosphate Reducers
              • Sodium Tetraborite
              • Alkalinity Increaser
              • Stabilizers
                • Cyaneric Acid (CYA)

Spa/Hot Tub Chemicals and Products:

Whether you’re using your spa or hot tub year round, or you prefer to use seasonally in our cold Salt Lake winters, we’ve got the spa and hot tub chemicals you’ll need. Some of the products we carry are:

  • Granular Chlorine
  • Chlorine Shock
  • Non-Chlorine Shock
  • Ph Increaser
  • Ph Decreaser
  • Clarifiers
  • Filter Cleaners
  • Stain and Scale Controllers
  • Metal Controllers
  • Spa Perfect
  • Spa Fragrances
  • Spa Salts

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