Sodium Thiosulfate Chlorine Remover for your aquarium fish.
HEY I Was Wondering If Anyone Has Used Chlorine Remover For Fish In A Organic Or Any Setup? Would It Be A Faster Yet Safe Method?
Ultra Clear DeChlorinator. Conditions and Detoxifies the Water. Excellent conditioner for ponds with fish that removes any chlorine and chloramine that may be in the City water and promotes essential slime coat on the fish to protect
Microbe-Lift® Ammonia Remover may be used at startup, when making water changes, replacing lost water due to evaporation or when your pond is overstocked with too many fish. Microbe-Lift® Ammonia Remover neutralizes residual chlorine and destroys deadly chloramine. Microbe-Lift® Ammonia Remover treats ammonia burn in pond fish. Microbe-Lift® Ammonia Remover is safe for use with all pond fish and aquatic life.
it as a chloramine and chlorine remover for my fish, it works well.
Fish & Aquarium Supplies: Chlorine & Heavy Metal Removers
Water sources with very high chloramine or high pH values may result in toxic levels of ammonia released from the chloramine after using Sodium Thiosulfate solution. Test a volume of water by dosing with Sodium Thiosulfate solution and then perform an ammonia test using standard aquarium or pond test kit. If the ammonia is too high, use another product to remove ammonia such as Ammo Lock or Amquel (there are many others). Alternatively, use ammonia removing media or run an active biological filter prior to adding any fishes or other sensitive organisms. Many municipal water supplies will not require ammonia removal.What is a water conditioner? An aquarium water conditioner is also known as a dechlorinator or a chlorine neutralizer. It is a mandatory aquarium supply as long as you use tap water in your fish tanks. The primary purpose of the aquarium water conditioner is to remove the chlorine and chloramines from the tap water and to make it safe for the fish. If you just want to remove chloramine from just your drinking water, you may want to use a 4.5″ x 20″ Cartridge Filter at a sink where you only flow 1.5 GPM. That’s also good for removing chloramine for the fish, but it does nothing to remove the chloramine in the shower or bath and of course, it doesn’t protect the plumbing an appliances. A Backwashing Catalytic Carbon Filter like the is usually the choice for a whole house.If you use water containing chlorine, you can easily correct the problem. Chlorine will gas off quickly by adding the water in a vigorous spray. You can also remove chlorine using a simple and cheap pond water conditioner based on sodium thiosulfate. This may be purchased in liquid form at any fish store, or you can buy the crystals in bulk from one of the major pond equipment dealers who advertise in this newsletter and make your own.