New comparison study for Stalosan products and a pure limestone-based product shows a significant difference in water and ammonia binding capacity
The complete report will be available soon, however, here you can find the initial results from the study:
Each glass was supplied with 50 g of product plus 200 ml of water. Hereafter, the water binding capacity was observed as from the powder level in the glasses (Figure 1).
Subsequently, three different concentrations of ammonia were added to the glasses and the vaporization of ammonia was measured above the liquid surface (Figure 3). The water binding capacity was observed for the highest added concentration of ammonia (Figure 2).
Fig 3: Ammonia vaporization (ppm) above the liquid surface in each glass.