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Foam Free (500ml) - De-foamer
FOAM FREE™ is a concentrated rapid defoamer designed to temporarily dissipate and suppress suds and foam in hot tubs. Persistent foaming is a clear indicator of a high Total Dissolved Solids (TDS) and that it is time to drain and fill the hot tub with fresh water.
Available size : 500ml
pH : 7.25
Beachcomber Foam Free is a rapid de-foamer designed to dissipate and suppress suds and foam in your hot tub water. A squirt of Beachcomber Foam Free will suppress foam instantly on contact.
- Shake for best results. Use sparingly.
- To eliminate foaming, squirt a small amount of Foam Free on the surface of your hot tub water
- If foam re-occurs after a few minutes, repeat the application
- Note : if continual foaming occurs, the hot tub may have be drained and refilled with fresh water
Water Balance Parameters
Foam is usually an indication of high TDS (Total Dissolved Solids) level, low calcium level or a dirty or plugged filter. If foaming persists, test your hot tub water to see their levels.
Total Dissolved Solids (TDS) level
Total Dissolved Solids is a measure of how saturated, tired or well used the water has become in a hot tub. The TDS reading tells you when you can dilute existing water by adding more water, and when you should drain and re-fill your hot tub.
A TDS level reaching 1500 ppm can produce foam.
Solution: Drain and start-up fresh or do partial drain and fill with fresh water. Beachcomber Drain&Fill Kit
Low Calcium Hardness
Calcium levels should be maintained between 150 - 200 ppm; water that has a low calcium hardness level will foam more than harder water.
Solution: Increase Calcium Hardness level to 150 - 200 ppm by adding Beachcomber Protect.
Any detergent based product that enters the hot tub will cause foam. People and swim suits always have trace amounts of soap, lotion and detergents that are constantly introduced into the hot tub water environment.
Solution: Eliminate foam by rinsing or cleaning the filter, super chlorinating, or performing a partial or full drain.