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Re: [APD] Co2 poisoning? chlorine maybe? help!
thank you this is good to know!
On 2/21/06, Andrew McLeod <thefish at theabyssalplain_freeserve.co.uk> wrote:
> On Tue, 21 Feb 2006 22:23:52 -0000, Joel Fizette <sentientpuppet at gmail_com>
> > Yes I do add an anti-chloramine the same one I stated in my origional
> > I've been using it for over a year without any problems.
> Although it may not be the source of your problems (or indeed a problem at
> all), I can't find evidence on Google that Wardley's Chlor-Out deals with
> the ammonia produced from the splitting of the chlorine-ammonia bond in
> chloramine properly. Many manufacturers claim to deal with chloramine, but
> actually only split the molecule up and deal with the chlorine part, and do
> not deal with the ammonia part. In many cases where a region has suddenly
> switched to using chloramine at a high level, people have reported sudden
> fish deaths after water changes when using the cheaper dechlorinators. A
> good dechlorinator like Prime, Amquel or Tetra Aquasafe will protect you
> from this.
> http://www.thetropicaltank.co.uk/rev-cond.htm has a list of water
> conditioners and what they do.
> Not to say that this is your problem, just a warning.
> Andrew McLeod
> thefish at theabyssalplain_freeserve.co.uk
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