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R.O. Filter and Chloramine

Slam

Pygmy Octopus
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I live in the St. Petersburg area of Florida and the water contains chloramine. I was planning on using an R.O. filter just to remove impurities, but does anyone know if one will remove chloramine as well? Unfortunately I have been told both yes and no by local fish retailers. A definitive answer or some RL experience would be great.

Thanks,
Sam
 


Nancy

Titanites
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Maybe you should ask the manufacturer of your RO unit. There seem to be different levels of RO and RO/DI units, so asking directly for the unit you plan to get (or have) might be the safest way.

Nancy
 

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