AntiChlor 427 liquid is also less prone to air oxidation than equivalent solutions and has a longer shelf life when compared to straight sodium bisulfate solutions.
AntiChlor 427 removes chlorine more effectively than activated carbon and eliminates many of the issues associated with carbon beds, including bacterial growth and carbon fines in downstream feedwaters.
AntiChlor 30 liquid is a dechlorinating agent used as a mild, nonoxidizing
biostat or injected into reverse osmosis (RO) feedwaters to protect polyamide membranes from permanent damage caused by chlorine.
AntiChlor 30 is a 30% (minimum) solution of sodium bisulfite. It is a food-grade reducing agent and is certified by NSF International for use in systems producing drinking water.