I thought that carbon filtration removed both chlorine and chloramines from water. However, the seller of a reverse osmosis system on Amazon answered a question with this:
This system can remove up to 99% of chlorine. A different inline filter will need to be added in order to remove Chloramines as well.
This particular unit has two carbon filters, one in the beginning and one in the end, both are:
Premium Quick-Connect coconut shell activated carbon filter. Nominal 5 Micron Rating GAC Acid Washed Carbon
Are there different types of carbon filters, some that would filter out chloramine and some that do not?
Edit: I received a response from the seller:
Standard carbon filters can remove traces of chloramines from a water source, but to effectively remove it up to 99%, you would need a carbon filter that uses "catalytic carbon" media inside it.