I just bought Triton supplement package and I am looking to see what people who are using the Triton method have found as their steady/stable dose. If you're using Triton, I'd like to know: 1) What dosage of the Triton supplements are you using? 2) Your total system volume 3) Your stocking [light, medium, heavy] 4) Stocking type [softies/LPS/SPS, mixed] 5) Additional supplements that you are adding on a [relatively] regular basis A FTS or similar would be awesome too, to get a visual representation of your tank demands Thanks! I hope this can be a reference going forward for people to get a more realistic estimate of what doses [and subsequent cost] might be involved with a tank using the Triton method! I have made a simple spreadsheet [for myself] to estimate the costs and compare the base of water changes + 2 part vs Triton method. This is what spurs me to ask what people are dosing in their systems vs the 2mL/26G suggested starting dose. https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet...LF41F9b_F6ezJoDBnKvMiifhA/edit#gid=1015903254

Well it breaks down that for every ml you dose of the triton elements equals .1 dkh for every fifty gallons of water. So u have a hundred gallon tank and your tank is consuming .8 dkh a day you will be doseing 16 ml of triton to stay "stable" Thanks for the spread sheet I'm doseing 22ml a day on a hundred gallon system 90 gallon tank 40 gallon sump. Last recent pics in my phone Something like 44 sps corals I forget

So if that trend of alkalinity demand stays in the same ballpark with other tanks, you could expect to use/spend close to 3x as much as the "recommended" dose

Well I have been at 22 ml for awhile now so maybe I don't know what the recommended doseage is but right now I'm loseing 1.1 dkh a day. I like the results I'm seeing plus it's so easy I test alk everyday at ten pm that's it so far beside calibration of my doseing heads every three months. Way more time enjoying the tank this way