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Old 02-02-2010, 09:00 AM   #11
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Just get a good quality salt mix and mix it with RODI water. Has to be cheaper than buying that stuff. And get the rrefractomer. One of the best investments you can make.

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Another point for the refractometer is this: If it is "Natural Seawater", why do you have to adjust it. Either your readings are off or there is something wrong with the water to make it so salty>. Just thinking out loud>>>>
I think it comes at 1.025, I try to keep it a little lower at around 1.023ish so adding some regular r/o brings it down a little.

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