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Old 03-03-2016, 04:42 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by bribo12 View Post
Yes it is normal. What calculator are you using for that measurement? I've always gone by this one to increase elements. http://reef.diesyst.com/chemcalc/chemcalc.html
Sometimes the bottles don't give the right measurements

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Hey bribo so I've been messing around with the calculator and when I enter desired alk around 8.0 it says balanced calcium is ~420. Does this mean I should be dosing a little calcium as well to raise mine from 400 ppm in order to hit my desired alkalinity of 8.0 dKH?

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