Yup, good little calc, Phases.
= 17.8 mg
/L (or ppm
So you could also divide your total ppm
by 17.8 to find out your dKH
, I always use dKH
and not meq/L or mg
/L. I just find it easier to work with dKH
for some reason. If you are ever trying to go from meq/L to dKH
, multiply the meq/L by 2.8. For example:
1 meq/L = (1 X 2.8) = 2.8 DKH
2 meq/L = (2 X 2.8) = 5.6 DKH
Most alkalinity suppliments use meq/L so this is why I through this in here.