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How much Ca and Mg? in ppm's

Discussion in 'CO2 Enrichment' started by Carissa, Nov 17, 2007.

  1. Carissa

    Carissa Guru Class Expert

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    I'm just looking to find out what the ideal amount of Ca and Mg would be, in ppm's. I got my hands on calcium chloride so I want to start dosing along with my epsom salts and I already know I have less than 5 ppm of Ca and Mg in my tap water.

    Here's what I got....no ingredients listed, it's a white flaky substance a little coarser than regular activated carbon.

    Spa Pure

    Do you think this is calcium chloride?

    It dissolves easily in water.
     
  2. Carissa

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    bump..........
     
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