an organic compound containing a chlorine atom bonded to nitrogen, especially any of a group of sulfonamide derivatives used as antiseptics and disinfectants.
How to Remove Chloramines
Are most commonly formed when ammonia is added to chlorine to treat drinking water.
Provides longer-lasting disinfection as the water moves through pipes to consumers ( that's why it is used)
There are three ways to remove Chloramines from water or the ammonia in chloramines. One is ion exchange
Ion Exchange with zeolite
The second is Sodium alumino silicate zeolites
and the last is Distillation
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