From what I gather from reading the back of the bottle of Clarifier that I use in my pool a Clarifier is a Flocculent. The clarifier contains a polymer that attracts the smaller particles floating around in the pool that are too small to be filtered through some filtration systems. As the clarifier attracts the smaller particles it becomes large enough for the filtration system to filter it out of the water thus clariying the pool water.
Lamella Clarifier is a particular brand of inclined plate clarifier. Their products are used to clarify and recycle by separating particles and dirt from unclean water.
When there are clouds. :) If you are talking about cloudy pool water, it could be a number of things. Take a water sample to a retail pool store for testing. If the cloudiness remains after you balance the water, try adding a flocculent. If it still remains, try shocking the pool, then adding a flocculent again.
I too had milky water in my pool. I also have a chocolate lab dog who loves the water. I found that with allowing the dog to swim would turn the water milky and that a "slime" would develop on my filter and in my filter housing. I can't deny the dog but I can limit the number of swims. My pool is small so it's not hard for me to fix. I change the filter or clean it real well every day for a couple of days following one of her swims. I also heavily "shock" the water at the end of the day for 2 days after her swim. If the cause of you milky water is a 4 legged friend, this has worked for me. New answer:: Ah, yuck! Do you realize the germs on a dogs body. Milky and slime more YUCK! Extend the filter run time if you insist on having a dog swim in your pool. As a pool service person, I wouldn't even put my toe in the pool under those conditions. Milky water is caused by many things but lack of filtration is one and lack of a sanitizer is another. You are subjecting yourself to a multitude of germs and bacteria. Diarrhea, e-coli are but a few found in pools. Oh, horrors of horrors! K
Did you use a granular "shock" like HTH? Need to know about your water make up and chemistry history. Length of filtration time run. Without a knowledge of your pool all I can do is generalize. Add more 12% liq. chlorine and adjust the pH to 7.6, extend the filter run time by at least 6 more hrs. k ------------------------------------------------------- along with the above answer, if your pool isn't clearing up after shocking the correct amount, your filter is full. backwash it and continue filtering.
Basically, a clarifier is attached just after the purifier in the fuel line. While the main function of a purifier is to separate the dissolved water, impurities and sludge from the fuel oil, a clarifier removes any solid foreign material that is not removed from the oil after it passes through the purifier.
Make sure your chemicals are balanced and add a clarifier available at your pool supply dealer.
Add a clarifier, available at you pool supply store
Clarifier helps it clump together and fall to the bottom so that it can be vacuumed up.
If you are running the pump and filter for a few short hours it will never clear up no matter how much clarifier you add. Clean the filter first then run the pump for 24/7 until you can see and read a quarter at the main drain of your pool ~ or the deep end if you have no M/D. Adjust the chemicals as needed and follow allthe instructions on the clarifier bottle. Chlorine needs to be at of above3.5 to 5.0 or higher. pH at 7.6; Alkalinity at 80 - 120. k
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