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rodneygullick
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water treatment

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i have aquired a copy of bristolwater for the radstock area i have a copy of bru,n water treatment they ask for bicarbonate and carbonate figures there none on water treatment sheet every thing is on there but for bicanbonate and carbonate readings any ideas where i can get them from

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Sorry Rodgers, not my are of expertise, I'm sure someone will be along soon to answer, or try the Facebook group.
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Have you tried sending bristol water an email with your question

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i ran bru,n water on EXCEL i was told not to use bicarbonates use alcalinity values caco3 i was also told that if my ph was below 8 i did not need to use carbonate readings i have tried everything i know i cant get any answers i must be doing something wrong

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Hi Rodney,

Here's a tutorial, hope it helps:

https://accidentalis.com/category/brun-water-tutorial/

More specifically:

https://accidentalis.com/brun-water-spr ... e-edition/

Do have an alkalinity testing kit? You need to take a sample of your water and measure the alkalinity and input that value into the spreadsheet. The tutorial should guide you through each step.

Good luck!

Simon.

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