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Hikari ChlorAm-X

610-779-7594
800-722-8877

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Hikari ChlorAm-X

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Hikari ChlorAm-X

Liquid Buffered ClorAm-X utilizes a patented molecule to destroy chloramine and then removes the ammonia and chlorine. Gone are the days of hoping your biological filtration can remove the bound up ammonia before the health of your fish is impacted, a common process with most other ammonia removers. Look for the ClorAm-X logo and USA patent number to prove you've chosen the leader in ammonia removal worldwide!

KEY BENEFITS
  • Destroys Chloramines
  • Removes Ammonia
  • Removes Chlorine
  • Won't Affect Dissolved Oxygen Levels
  • Reduces pH Drop
  • Makes A Safe Environment For Your Aquatic Pets
  • Non-Toxic To Humans, Pets and Aquatic Life

DIRECTIONS FOR USE

To remove and detoxify ammonia, chlorine and chloramines from water for aquariums or ponds, to condition new tap water or for chlorine and chloramine removal, add 1 teaspoonful (5 mL) of Liquid Buffered ClorAm-X per 10 gallons of water. To remove ammonia in existing aquariums or ponds add 1 teaspoonful of Liquid Buffered ClorAm-X to each 10 gallons of water for each measured 1.0 mg/L of total ammonia (=0.85 mg/L total ammonia-nitrogen). For protecting fishes and aquatic invertebrates during shipping add 1 teaspoonful of Liquid Buffered ClorAm-X to each 10 gallons of water for each expected 1.0 mg/L of total ammonia (=0.85 mg/L total ammonia-nitrogen). May be used at levels up to 10X the single dosage.

Item Hikari ChlorAm-X
Size 1 Gallon
Treats 11,520 Gallons
Price $49.99
 


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