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Oct 04, 20070183;32;Never mix chlorine and bromine [glow]tablets.[/glow] If you use bromine, and you add chlorine, you are actually activating the bromine. Bromine remains your sanitizer.
This is because when you add chlorine to a bromine pool it converts the bromide (used up bromine) back into free bromine. When you add bromine to a chlorine pool, on the other hand, the bromine does not go away but builds up over time, creating a chlorine demand.
Chlorine and Bromine are two different types of pool chemicals that do the same thing so they should never be mixed. it would not only double dose your pool, but they could potentially mix together with dangerous consequences. Bromine is often used as a substitue to chlorine, but
Jun 12, 20100183;32;Chlorine added to a bromine pool reactivates the bromine. If you stop adding bromine, eventually a long time later you will run out of bromine to be reactivated. Generally bromine needs to be added at least once per year, often twice a year.
All that happens if you crush up a bromine and a chlorine tablet and mix them in water is it becomes a stronger substance to kill bacteria, however i would not recommend getting in that water it
Jun 12, 20100183;32;Bromine and Chlorine are from the Halogen family. If you do a little digging you will see your bromine tablets for your tub are usually on lt about 34% bromine and the rest is trichlor (chlorine). Bromine is used in hot tubs because it's able to sanitize up to 166 degrees unlike chlorine which basically falls asleep at 98.
May 06, 20050183;32;Outside of water they need to be handled with care. Bromine and chlorine should never be stored where they may come in contact with each other as a chemical reaction can occur which could cause a fire. They should never be mixed together in a dry container. Bromine and chlorine should never be switched in the same feeder.
You can use bromine in the pool, or chlorine, and if you want to use chlorine tablets, just start using them, and remove the bromine if you want. Just dont physically mix chlorine with bromine, dry or wet but to have them in the pool, separate but together, is ok.
Sep 05, 20060183;32;Best Answer If you mix the chemicals directly you could release Bromine gas, which is poisonous. If you mixed them individually, in the tub, your result would turn the water a nasty brown. Which would probably stain everything it touched. So, follow the directions.
Chlorine and bromine, both are halogens (members of halogen group in periodic table along with fluorine, iodine, etc.). Both of them are electronegative and need 1 electron to achieve a fully
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