What is chloramination?
Chloramine is a type of disinfectant used in drinking water to remove bacteria and viruses consisting of both chlorine and ammonia. In the chloramination process, ammonia is added to the water at a carefully controlled level. The chlorine and ammonia react chemically to produce chloramines. Chloramination is as effective as chlorine in killing many kinds of bacteria and other germs that may be harmful to personal health. Please call 800-426-4791 for more information.

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1. What is the current drinking water disinfection method?
2. What is chloramination?
3. Why convert from chlorine to chloramines?
4. Is chloramination safe?
5. How are kidney dialysis patients affected by chloramines and what precautions should they take?
6. How are fish affected by chloramines and what precautions should fish owners take?
7. Is it safe to wash open wounds with chloraminated water?
8. Will chloramination affect household water uses?
9. Will chloramination affect business water users?
10. Will chloramines affect the use of swimming pools?