How do I calculate the volume of my pool so I know how much activator D to use?
A useful rule-of-thumb is that most pools will have a volume of roughly 1.5 x their area. This usually accounts for the average of the deep and shallow ends.
1. Pace out the length and breadth of your pool L=8m B=4m
2. Multiply the 2 numbers together to get the area 8 x 4 = 32
3. Multiply the area by 1.5 32 x 1.5 = 48
4. Multiply the answer by 1000 to get litres 48 000 litres
A pool of roughly 50 000 litres will require one treatment of activator D each month.
If your pool is approximately 25 000 litres (between 20 000 - 30 000) you will only need to add half of each bottle of the activator D duo to your pool each month to keep it sparkling clean and algae free.