Care® Ammo-Lock 2
Use Ammo-Lock 2?
Tap water containing chlorine and chloramines is harmful to fish.
Ammo-Lock 2 instantly neutralizes toxic chlorine
and chloramines, making top water safe for the pond. Fish, decomposing
algae, plants and uneaten fish food produce ammonia. Ammonia is
colorless and odorless toxic chemical that is the number one killer
of pond fish. Ammonia build-up can result from both over-feeding
and overstocking of fish. Ammonia build-up can occur whenever starting
a new pond, before biological filtration. Ammo-Lock 2
will instantly detoxify ammonia. Use Pond Care Stress Zyme
to speed up the development of the biological filter. Ammo-Lock
2 is so unique and effective that it has been granted a
United States Patent.
Neutralize Chlorine and Chloramine: Add 5 teaspoonfuls
(25 ml) of Ammo-Lock 2 for every 100 U.S. gallons
(378 L) of pond water. Treat the pond with Ammo-Lock 2
BEFORE adding tap water to the pond. One dose of Ammo-Lock
2 will neutralize 2.0 ppm chlorine or 1.0 ppm chloramines.
Detoxify Ammonia in Pond Water: Add 5 teaspoonfuls (25
ml) of Amo-Lock 2 for every 100 U.S. gallons (378
L) of pond water. One dose of Ammo-lock 2 will
detoxify 1.5 ppm of ammonia. Ammo-Lock 2 will hold
the ammonia in a non-toxic form until the biological filter converts
the ammonia into nitrite and then to non-toxic nitrate. Ammonia
test kits will test positive for ammonia when using Ammo-Lock
2. Ammonia livels will drop as the biological filter breaks
down the converted ammonia, allowing you to monitor the production
of ammonia and the efficiency of the filter.
No less than 17% Aliphatic Amine Salts.
swallowed, immediately give 2 glasses of water and induce vomiting.
Call physician. In case of contact with skin and eyes, immediately
flush with water for at least 15 minutes. Call a physician.
out of reach of children. For Garden Pond Use Only.
P.O. Box 218
Chalfont, PA 18914
Patent # 5,082,573
Made in U.S.A.
Source: Pond Care®, maker of Ammo-Lock 2
Note: When treating your pond, always refer to the directions on
your bottle/jar. Directions change and typos are possible. We strive
to always provide up to date accurate information, but for best
results you should be sure to follow the directions on the product