- Nov 28, 2006
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- Teesside, UK
Hi, you are the chemist, how does it work, what exactly does it do to the Chloramine that we can't do naturally. Or how can we set up a tank that will break it down naturallyMy dechlorinator does not contain ascorbic acid; it contains thiosulfate and EDTA. And water.
Easily down and i have done this linked to a hydroponics set up great for raising large numbers of fry and feeding your lettuces at the same timeDifferent thought, I've wondered if it would be possible to set up a tank with continuous and slow water coming in (from tap) and then out (to the veg patch) at such a rate that temperature is able to be stable, but that no other filtration or chemicals are needed.
So they are using only chlorine therefore under my system you do not need to be adding anything to your tank. The internal filters have activated carbon in them. The ammonia will turn to ammonium under acid conditions. No problemI didn't know for certain so sent an email to NI Water.
Turns out no.