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Kalk Contribution Calculator
* Special thanks to Boomer from
www.reefcentral.com
for his help.
This calculator estimates the amount of calcium and alkalinity that a kalk solution contributes to an aquarium system. The kalk solution can be prepared with either calcium hydroxide or calcium oxide.
This calculator cannot handle kalk solutions that have been supersaturated with the help of vinegar. Also, it assumees both that the strength of the kalk solution does not decrease significantly over time and that no undissolved kalk powder enters the aquarium.
Kalk Solution Preparation:
Kalk Addition Method:
Ca(OH)2 Added By Mass
Ca(OH)2 Added By Volume
CaO Added By Mass
CaO Added By Volume
Volume of Kalk Added:
U.S. Gallons
Liters/Litres
Milliliters (ml)
Cubic Centimeters
Cubic Inches
Cubic Feet
Cubic Meters
Level Teaspoons
Level Tablespoons
Level U.S. Cups
Level Metric Cups
Mass of Kalk Added:
U.S. Pounds (lbs)
Kilograms (kg)
Grams (g)
Volume of Water Added:
U.S. Gallons
Liters/Litres
Milliliters (ml)
Cubic Centimeters
Cubic Inches
Cubic Feet
Cubic Meters
Level Teaspoons
Level Tablespoons
Level U.S. Cups
Level Metric Cups
Solution Temperature:
Fahrenheit
Celsius/Centigrade
Kelvin
System Information:
Kalk Solution Addition Rate:
U.S. Gallons
Liters/Litres
Milliliters (ml)
Cubic Centimeters
Cubic Inches
Cubic Feet
Cubic Meters
Level Teaspoons
Level Tablespoons
Level U.S. Cups
Level Metric Cups
Per:
Second
Minute
Hour
Day
Week
Month (30Day)
Year (365Day)
System Volume:
U.S. Gallons
Liters/Litres
Milliliters (ml)
Cubic Centimeters
Cubic Inches
Cubic Feet
Cubic Meters
Level Teaspoons
Level Tablespoons
Level U.S. Cups
Level Metric Cups
System Salinity:
PartsPerThousand (ppt)
Relative Specific Gravity (sg)
Conductivity (mS/cm)
System Temperature:
Fahrenheit
Celsius/Centigrade
Kelvin
Solution Strength:
Percent Saturation:
%
Calcium:
ppm
mg/L
Alkalinity:
Milliequivalents (meq/L)
Carbonate Hardness (dKH)
PartsPerMillion (ppm)
Contribution:
Calcium Contribution:
ppm
mg/L
Per:
Seconds
Minutes
Hours
Days
Weeks
Months (30Day)
Years (365Day)
Alkalinity Contribution:
Milliequivalents (meq/L)
Carbonate Hardness (dKH)
PartsPerMillion (ppm)
Per:
Seconds
Minutes
Hours
Days
Weeks
Months (30Day)
Years (365Day)
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