Originally Posted by mbkemp
Just to be certain, safe handles chloramine?
New directions ;
Use 1.25g[1/4 tsp.] for every 1,250 L[300 US Gallons] as needed to reduce chlorine and chloramine or use 1.25 g[1/4 tsp.] for every 300 L [75 US gallons for ammonia] .
May be added to aquarium directly ,but better if added to new water first. If adding directly to aquarium , base dose on aquarium volume. For exceptionally high chloramine conditions a double dose may be safely used.
To detoxify nitrite and nitrates in an emergency up to 4 times normal dose may be used. If temperature is over 30c [86f] and chlorine or ammonia levels are low use half dose..
Chlorine ; Use 5g [1tsp.]to each 750 L [200gallons] of water [Removes 4ppm].
Chloramine ;Use 5 g [ 1tsp.] to each 950 L [250 gallons] of tap water [removes 4ppm]
Ammonia ; Use 5 g[ 1 tsp.] to each 150 L[40 gallons ] of tap water [removes 4ppm ] . DO not overdose !
1kg treats up to 200,000 US gallons .
To detoxify nitrites /nitrates in an emergency situation use up to 5 g [1 tsp] to each 400 L [100 gallons ]. Use fish to gauge toxicity reduction as test kits will show presence of nitrite /nitrate even when detoxified .May be added to aquarium directly but is better if added to new water first. If adding directly to aquarium , base dose on aquarium volume .If temp is over 30c [86f] cut dosing in half.
1kg treats up to 960,000 L [240,000 US gallons]