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Old 07-16-2010, 08:46 PM   #1
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I just found the results from last years water analysis and I have no idea what my water is like, and what it is good/bad for. Can someone tell me what I am working with here??

sodium 5.2 ppm
diethlyhexyl 1.3 ppb
chlorine .90 ppb
copper .785 ppm
lead 3.5 ppb

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There's no usable info there. You need Calcium, Magnesium, Alkalinity/Hardness, Chloride, and Sulfate.

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Thanks Scimmia!

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www.wardlab.com. For about 20 dollars, they will send you an analysis of your water with all of the important parameters.
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Here is a great thread. Maybe a little confusing at first, but there is a wealth of info in it.
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