With Amazon Alexa, you can now check on the status of your pool or hot tub. Use your Alexa enabled device to know whether your hot tub is ready for you to get in, or whether your pool is safe to swim in. The pHin Alexa skill requires “account linking” in order to check on […]
There are different types of chlorinators: pool chlorine floats, as well as in-line chlorine dispensers, and chemical metering pumps. If you are not using a floating chlorinator, then you may have an automatic chlorine in-line feeder. For salt pools, if you install a salt chlorine generator, it will replace your chlorinator. What does the […]
Our test strip partner is currently experiencing an outage and, as a result, taking a photo of your test strip will result in an error. We are working with them to resolve this issue and will send you a new test strip action once this has been resolved.
The pHin monitor and mobile app continue to monitor your water without an active subscription. You’ll be able to check the temperature of your water at any time. Instead of receiving chemical recommendations pHin will let you see if your pH and sanitizer levels are ‘Okay’ or ‘Not Okay’. You can purchase a […]
Green hair on blonds is not caused by chlorine! Chlorine is a bleaching, oxidizing agent and therefore it lightens hair, not stains it. Chlorine is a contributor to the reaction. The root cause of green hair is copper (above 0.2 pm) in solution becoming oxidized by the sun's UV rays and or the sanitizer (chlorine […]
pHin is a great system for keeping your water healthy throughout the swim season. However, when it comes time to winterize or open your pool, there are specific steps you need to take. Below are some steps for opening your swimming pool. Opening Your Pool for Swim Season The post How to Open An Inground […]
To understand if your preferred sanitizer is working properly, the pHin monitor uses an ORP sensor to measure the he water’s ability to break down (oxidize) contaminants. ORP is not a direct measurement of chlorine level or residual, but only a measure of the disinfectant activity or potential. Oxidizers create a positive millivolt charge […]