Poolife NST Prime Tablets

$67.99 - $254.99
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Key Benefits

- Non-Stabilized Formula

- Slow Dissolving & Long-Lasting

- Destroys Bacteria and Contaminants

- Compatible with Salt Generators

- Safe for Skimmers and Heaters

Maximum Purchase:
1 unit

Poolife NST Prime Chlorine Tablets - Non Stabilized

Poolife NST Prime Chlorine Tablets - Non Stabilized, is the ultimate solution for clean, sparkling pools without the hassle of cyanuric acid (CYA) typically found in other chlorine tablets.

Why Poolife NST Prime is the best choice for your pool:

  • Effective Sanitization: Poolife NST Prime Chlorine Tablets is designed to destroy bacteria and organic contaminants without over stabilizing your pool.

  • Long-lasting Performance: Its slow-dissolving formula ensures extended sanitization, providing peace of mind for days.

  • Compatibility: It is compatible with Salt Generators, making it effortless to maintain proper sanitization levels in your pool.

  • Safe for Equipment: Being skimmer-safe even with pool heaters in use, it ensures the safety of your pool equipment.

  • Non-Corrosive: Its non-corrosive nature makes it safe for both pool heaters and equipment.

  • Balanced Water: It does not alter pH or alkalinity levels, maintaining the perfect water balance for your pool.

  • Active Ingredients include: Calcium Hypochlorite at 70.2% and Other Ingredients at 29.8%.


  1. Use only in your swimming pool skimmer basket.
    Skimmer basket should be clear of all other water treatment.
  2. Place tablet in skimmer basket. approx one tab per 5000 gallons of water
  3. Replace with a new tablet as needed. Do not mix with other products or dissolve before use.

Do not place this product in any chlorinating device. To be use in your pool skimmer basket ONLY.  Product is for residential use ONLY.  

*Appearance of buckets design may differ than what is pictured as the manufacturer updates the product - The chemical itself is not changing. 

Chlorine Tablets


  • 5
    Great substitute

    Posted by Joseph B on Feb 10th 2023

    We were having trouble with our cyanuric acid last year and this was the answer to get our chlorine. Also the pucks don't smell like standard tablets.