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Re: [APD] Re: RO/DI setup vs. CO2 setup
>Those numbers don't seem so high. Read this:
>A quoted section:
>"Water hardness follows these guidelines:
>0 - 4 dH, 0 - 70 ppm : very soft
>4 - 8 dH, 70 - 140 ppm : soft
>8 - 12 dH, 140 - 210 ppm : medium hard
>12 - 18 dH, 210 - 320 ppm : fairly hard
>18 - 30 dH, 320 - 530 ppm : hard
>higher : liquid rock (Lake Malawi and Los Angeles, CA)"
I think either Oleg or I and something to do with that last
line. Little did I know I'd be moving to a place where the
water was twice as hard.
I don't want to say our water here is hard but we put it in ice
cube trays, let it dry out for a bit then sell them as river
Then kew then kew, I'm here all week try the veal.
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