10-27-2009, 02:39 PM
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Fine I won't bash it then....
There section on it saving you money is really skewed, to the point that it is funny.
The thing does remove nitrates though. I somewhat understand how they work. One thing though I don't get.... they obviously contain a anaerobic chamber and support anaerobic bacteria. But how does one clean or maintain that chamber? If you expose it to the air you kill the anaerobic bacteria. Yet if you don't maintain chamber wouldn't non-organics still build up in it?
IMO if you want 0 nitrates get a RO system.