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That doesn’t make sense to me. I plan to dilute 2 tsp per gallon in my dosing container.
I think you’re confusing the ATO method with the dosing pump method. Who is restricting me from dosing more than what gets evaporated? Is it because you are worried that my salinity will get too low?
I have a 250 gallon with a lot of evaporation. I doubt my Alk needs will exceed the rate of evaporation. That seems so unlikely.
Is Kalkwasser that diluted?
How much ml (more or less) is required of kalk if I’m dosing 40ml of 2 part? Just to get an idea.
Am I going to need to fill the dosing container daily/weekly now? If so, this might prevent me from making the switch.
I have a 5,000ml container.
Yes, 2 tsp per gallon of fresh water is VERY dilute, despite being saturated.
Since you can only add enough to replace evaporation (regardless of ATO or dosing pump delivery), you are limited in the total alk and calcium delivery per day.
IT was enough in my tank, but it is not enough in many SPS tanks.