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Liquor Treatment Calculator

(by Graham Wheeler)

This water widget works best in Firefox. With I.E., however, it works functionally, but due to quirks in I.E.'s colspan tag, which I have been unable to work around, some of the text alignment goes awry, thus it looks prettier in Firefox.

Alkalinity
Alkalinity

(mg/l or ppm)
As CaCO3
As HCO3
As CO3
Carbonate Reduction Method
  None
  Boiling
  CRS
Residual
Alkalinity
As CaCO3
As HCO3
As CO3
Hardness
Hardness

(mg/l or ppm)
As CaCO3
As HCO3
As CO3
Notes
1

CationsAnionsNotes
CalciumMagnesiumSodiumCarbonateSulphateChloride
CaMgNaCO3SO4Cl
Enter Your Water Composition:2
Initial Ion Balance Check (milliequivs):3
Initial Water After Carbonate Reduction:4
Target Liquor:  5
Sulpahate Chloride Ratio: Sulphate  :  Chloride  6
Target Ion Balance Check (milliequivs):7
Additions Required:8
Final Liquor:9

Warnings:        Note 10
 
Salt Additions Required Volume to be Treated:  Litres
CRS Required:  ml/lTotal CRS:  ml
Calcium Sulphate (as gypsum):  mg/lTotal Calcium Sulphate:  grams
Calcium Chloride (dihydrate):  mg/lTotal Calcium Chloride:  grams
Magnesium Sulphate (Epsom salts):  mg/lTotal Magnesium Sulphate:  grams
Sodium Chloride (common salt):  mg/lTotal Sodium Chloride:  grams
Calcium Carbonate (as chalk):  mg/lTotal Calcium Carbonate:  grams
Sodium Carbonate (soda crystals):  mg/lTotal Sodium Carbonate:  grams
Sodium Sulphate (Glauber's salt):  mg/lTotal Sodium Sulphate:  grams
Magnesium Carbonate (anhydrous):  mg/lTotal Magnesium Carbonate:  grams
Recalculate

This calculator is fairly complicated as far as calculators go. You may wish to read the accompanying notes before getting stuck in. The notes can be found here. The note numbers in the right-hand column (green) will take you directly to the relavent note.


  Version:  1.04