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Old 02-11-2014, 10:25 AM   #1
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ammonia ppm calculator

I know its already here but I can't seem to locate it. Does anyone have the website for the ammount of ammonia used for 4ppm? It's a calculator that let's you put your tank info in and gives you the correct ammount of ammonia needed for 4 ppm
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I think I found one

http://www.fishkeeping.co.uk/article...ng-article.htm


Says I need 11.5mL of ammonia to reach 4ppm in my 75g tank. Is this correct?
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I dose 8.4ml in my 55g so sounds about right!
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I dose 8.4ml in my 55g so sounds about right!
I was in the progress of testing and its only at 2ppm with that much ammo. I'll dose up to 13mL and see
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Did you give it some time for the water to circulate properly before testing? My ammonia reading is usually higher when I wait 30-60mins after dosing.
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Did you give it some time for the water to circulate properly before testing? My ammonia reading is usually higher when I wait 30-60mins after dosing.
I waited 4 hours before testing
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