Aquatain 500ml for Pools

Aquatain - Liquid Anti Evaporation Film & Water Surface Polish. Aquatain is a unique silicone based liquid which spreads across the waters surface, forming a thin film which  polishes the water’s surface, resulting in a mirror-like finish, while reducing evaporation.

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Every square metre of water surface area loses approximately 8 litres to evaporation every day in the warmer months.
Independent trials using Aquatain have achieved evaporation savings of around 50%. Evaporation is the single largest cause of water loss.
Aquatain has been certified by NSF International for application to drinking water storages, domestic and commercial swimming pools, irrigation storages, dams and ponds.

Application Method:
Aquatain can be simply applied by pouring it directly from the drum onto the waters surface.

Application Rates:
To polish the waters surface apply 100mil per 100 square metres of water surface area and reapply as required. To assist in the reduction of evaporation, regardless of the waters depth, apply an initial application of 80mil per 100 square metres of water surface area, followed by 30mils per 100 square metres of water surface area, weekly to fortnightly during the summer months.

Application method:
Aquatain can be applied by simply pouring it directly from the bottle on to the water. It will spread rapidly across the waters surface.


Application Rates:
For a standard domestic pool, apply 50ml initially plus 50ml weekly during summer.
Available in 500ml, 1ltr, 5ltr, 20ltr and 200ltr drums.

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