Orenda CV-700 Enzyme + Phosphate Remover
Enzyme + Phosphate Remover
- Stabilized enzyme system that rids pools of phosphates
- Helps aid the digestion of non-living organics commonly found in pools
- Clear up pool water while making it healthier to swim in
Orenda CV-700 is a unique, stabilized enzyme formula with a phosphate remover blended in. It effectively breaks down and removes non-living organics (bather waste) and oils from water, while also reacting with phosphates in water. CV-700 is one of our most popular Orenda Products amongst service technicians and pool owners. It is considered by some service companies as one of the best-kept secrets, or "pool hacks" for keeping water quality looking great.
Removing bather waste is critical to chlorine efficiency, as it would otherwise need to be oxidized by chlorine or a secondary oxidation system. Removing bather waste is so important, it is our Second Pillar of Proactive Pool Care.
Phosphates cannot be oxidized or removed by chlorine, so you need a phosphate remover to get rid of them. Removing Phosphates is our Third Pillar of Proactive Pool Care. While CV-700 is a significantly weaker phosphate remover than PR-10,000, it serves a purpose for simplified maintenance.
Routine application of CV-700 will positively maintain water clarity, reduce both non-living organic and phosphate contamination of water to boost chlorine efficiency.
Add this product at the rate of 1 quart per 10,000 gallons of water for a period of 2 weeks or more to bring the water to satisfactory levels.
Add this product at the rate of 5 ounces per 10,000 gallons of water weekly to maintain water clarity.
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