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[Killietalk] Chlorine removal
In a message dated 11/15/03 10:46:25 PM, charles at inkmkr_com writes:
<< I just wish there was an easier and safer way to get rid of the
chlorine than just
using AmQuel or thiosulfate without spending big bucks on water.
I am using a carbon filter. Works great.
The charcoal filter is just what I am calling high priced. We
use the filter at our Ink facility to begin the water treatment to
remove organics and chloroamine. $60 to $75 for a 3500 gallon
canister(25 pounds of charcoal) is out of reach for a lot of
beginners. I use one for my show tanks in my office, I guess I should
just take it home.
So, what's common in the lower priced range for the rest of us?
Charles H. Harrison, Ph. D.
e-mail to csharrison at inkmaker_net
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