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Thread: Chlorine neutralizer

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    Chlorine neutralizer

    Is it necessary to neutralize the test water before testing for PH and chlorine?

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    Re: Chlorine neutralizer

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    Re: Chlorine neutralizer

    Chlorine neutralizer is used only on the TA test (reagent r-0007 thiosulfate). It wouldn't make sense to use it on a chlorine test. The ph test can be affected by high chlorine, but the reagent already has built in chemistry to handle chlorine up to 10 ppm. Over 10 ppm, the ph test can be affected. Neutralizer is generally not recommended as it can affect the ph test.

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    Re: Chlorine neutralizer

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