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Re: [Killietalk] Try Aqua Nova
I did a google on Aqua Nova and came up with numerous different things from
"monopole" magnets (whatever that can be??) to big treatment hardware
systems to ....,
so, what is this Aqua Nova stuff and where can I get info on it?
AKA#08234, ChiKA, WAKO
----- Original Message -----
> Message: 1
> Date: Tue, 26 Feb 2008 18:27:34 -0500
> From: "Bill Shenefelt" <billshenefelt at hotmail_com>
> Subject: Re: [Killietalk] Killietalk Digest, Vol 55, Black worms
> To: <ken_combs at sbcglobal.net>, "killifish discussion list"
> <killietalk at aka_org>
> That stuff is what Eric's water company added by the ton and would not
> support hatching brine shrimp. Dechlor will do nothing but using NovaAqua
> will precipitate out the metals and make it usable. This junk they ad not
> only helps pipes but also helps support a yellow fungus that is another
> actor. Eric had some expensive chem analysis done and it was the main
> killer despite water company denials till he showed them the analysis.
> had the fungus growing everywhere at the plant! RO was out of the
> question to support his shop needs so he had several big drums for
> chemically conditioning his water. He bought a chemical that worked just
> like Aqua Nova but cost less based on the quantity he needed. Try Aqua
> and see if that helps.
> Bill Shenefelt
>> Moreover, this guy suspected the precipitate in my tanks was caused by
>> reaction with "ortho-phosphate", erh whatever that is (sounds like either
>> fertilizer or bug killer or both), they say it is added at 1ppm for
>> corrosion proofing
>> In any event, he speculates the fish die off was "bacterial" and related
>> them feeding on this ortho stuff... :Yeah right: it kills fish/melts
>> & bacterial love it...and I'm not buying it, but then again you can sell
>> chemically ignorant arse anything, wadda I know?
>> ...bout the only thing he recommended was to not use formaldehyde based
>> de-chlors...too many unexpected chemical reactions I guess?
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