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On the left hand column, near the top, it lists the chlorine residual "average" as 0.9 ppm.
 
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LOL, no worries. Yes, it just looks like just chlorine to me. You could always call just to make sure that they only use chlorine year round.
 
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Hey John, I think that should be fine, but if you want a second opinion on sodium thiosulfate duanes duanes is the person to ask.
 
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So.... after googling and amazoning this is what I came up with, not that there is a question but just in case.

Is this the product I/We need..?
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00IYXZAR8/ref=ox_sc_act_title_1?smid=A1U1I55LNSGPDY&psc=1
I've used Sodium Thio crystals for many years, always worked great for me. It only effects the chlorine part of the chloramine compound, not the ammonia, and I was always confident that my bio-media was up to the task, and never had an ammonia spike.
It needs to be thoroughly mixed.
 
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