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Hi, just been looking at a de-chlorinator online anyone seen or used one? If so what are they like?

It said it does 9ltrs per min, and does 150,000 changes, sounds good but would like to here from someone that has one.

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http://www.aquariumproducts.com.au/catalogue_products.php?prodID=4072&catID=36

What's the point?

http://www.petsuppliesaustralia.com.au/store/Seachem-Safe-250g-p491.html

To remove…

Chlorine: use 1 measure to each 60 L (15 gallons*) of tap water (removes 1 ppm).

Chloramine: use 1 measure to each 75 L (20 gallons*) of tap water (removes 1 ppm).

Ammonia: use 1 measure to each 11 L (3 gallons*) of tap water (removes 1 ppm). Do not overdose!

For reference, 1 measure = 100 mg. To detoxify nitrite/nitrate in an emergency situation use up to 5 measures to each 40 L (10 gallons). Use fish to gauge toxicity reduction as test kits will still 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 temperature is > 30 C (86 F) cut dosing in half.

250 gram = 250 000 milligram = 2,500 measures

2,500 x 60 L = 150,000 L

Even if you had 4 ppm chlorine it would still treat 37,500 L

37,500 L @ $16.95 = 375,000 L @ $169.50

The end.

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