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Ny guage goes from 1 to 8.What is the lowest amount of Cl? What is the highest"

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If you are asking what the proper CL level is ... depends ... The National Swimming Pool Foundation subscribes to 2 to 4 ppm. Some states have laws and regulations and guide lines for this. I would suggest you will do good to maintain about 5 ppm CL in your pool ...

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