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Measure MPS with DPD for CC?


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I don't know if this is possible, but is there a way of measuring the MPS just by measuring the combined chlorine? I know the MPS show up as CC in a DPD test. I'm using mainly MPS in my hot tup right now and doing a chlorine chock every 14 days, so far so good.

I've ordered the Lamotte ColorQ 7 (liquids) to keep track of the water.

If it's possible, what ppm is recommended to have in a hot tub and is there some kind of convert table from CC to MPS?

 

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MPS can show up as FC and not CC if you are using a FAS-DPD test and there is any chlorine at all.  So yes you can use a test kit, but it would be the Taylor K-2006 or equivalent with a FAS-DPD test and then you should get the Taylor K-2042 MPS interference remover that will let you test for FC, CC, and MPS separately.

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MPS can show up as FC and not CC if you are using a FAS-DPD test and there is any chlorine at all.  So yes you can use a test kit, but it would be the Taylor K-2006 or equivalent with a FAS-DPD test and then you should get the Taylor K-2042 MPS interference remover that will let you test for FC, CC, and MPS separately.

OK! Thanks for the reply! I know LaMatte have a MPS Out liquid (http://www.hottubwarehouse.com/lamotte-mps-out-6910-e) I guess I'll start with getting that! 

Thanks again!

 

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