- 1st field - Enter the consumption (not reading!) of CS TEST Chlorinity titrant (agent no. 3) in millilitres
- 2nd field - Enter the total volume of water in your system in litres
- 3rd field - Enter the volume of water you are about to exchange in litres
- 4th field - Read the instructions of your standard marine salt and enter the volume of water in litres for dissolving of 1 kilogram of that salt
- 5th field - Select desired resulting density of seawater in your system
- Press the - "Calculate" button
You will get 2 results:
- The weight of your standard marine salt to be dissolved in scheduled volume of water for exchange
- The weight of CS Marine Minerals to added and dissolved in that solution
If any number is negative, the calculation is defective from one or more following reasons:
- First check if all the entered data are correct, numerical and non-zero. Further check if the volume of water scheduled for exchange is not same or higher then total volume of water in your system.
- If the amount of CS Marine Minerals is negative, your Chlorinity is either the same or lower than the right one. Check the table in following article or in CS TEST Chlorinity. If this is a case, proceed according to the instructions for dealing with low Chlorinity in related article.
- If the amount of your standard marine salt is negative, your Chlorinity is so high that the volume of water scheduled for exchange is not large enough to remedy the problem. Increase the volume of water scheduled for exchange as long as the amount of your standard marine salt is positive
If you reach both results with positive values you can prepare you seawater for the exchange by dissolving of resulted amount of your standard marine salt and CS Marine Minerals in scheduled volume of RO water.