I have a water dispenser and I am adding unactivated MMS to the water 2 - 3 drops per liter plus 5 ml CDS (3000 ppm) per liter, but the internal container is stainless, and I am worried that it may be corrosive,
Is unactivated MMS and CDS in after diluting them still corrosive?
What harm can happen if it is and you drink the water?
CDS should not be a problem, but MMS might be as it is very alkaline. However, looking at a stainless steel chemical compatible chart, sodium chlorite was rated "A" (excellent, no effect), so it may not be a problem at all. The chart did not say if sodium chlorite was in dry form or wet, as we use it.
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