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    Old MacDonald
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    Hi Guys,

    When using the ‘Knowledge Base’ -> ‘Advanced’ -> ‘Water Chemistry’ -> ‘General Hardness’ search, which unit of measurement is used? Is it Degrees (dGH), mg Ca/L (aka ppm) or another?

     

    Thanks,

    SteveSF-Hardness.jpg

     

    Glossary: general hardness

    February 15th, 2012 — 3:42pm

    Measure of the overall concentration of calcium, magnesium and other ions in a water sample with values usually quoted in units of degrees (dGH), of which 1 dGH corresponds to 17.848 ppm. Also referred to as total or permanent hardness.

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    Old MacDonald
    Participant

    Doh! Homer-stylee face palm… Please ignore this question!

     

    I’ve just noticed in small type the ‘Preferences’ box at the top of the ‘Advanced Search’ column which say ‘PPM’.

     

    Apologies again,

    Steve:oops:

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    dunc
    Keymaster

    No problem Sir, glad you were able to find the answer yourself :)

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