You have a GH of 8- thats hardness
KH of 15- Your waters ability to buffer the PH- Pretty high
CO2= about 3 ppm if thats what you want to know
No, this isn't exactly right. We normally use German degrees of hardness.
The directions from the Hagen kit say to multiply the mg/L (ppm) of the KH and GH CaCO3 by 0.056 to get degrees. This is in German degrees of hardness.
There Be Whales Here actually has:
GH - 80 mg/L x 0.056 = 4.48 German degrees of hardness
KH - 150 mg/L x 0.056 = 8.4 German degrees of hardness
These are the conversions from the Hagen Kit:
Multiply GH or KH(mg/L CaCo3) by X 0.056 = dH° or/ou/o/gH°
Multiply GH or KH(mg/L CaCo3) par X 0.07 = Clark H°
Multiply GH or KH(mg/L CaCo3) por X 0.1 = fH°
Multiply GH or KH(mg/L CaCo3) por X 1 = hardness°
Multiply GH or KH(mg/L CaCo3) by X 0.02 = mEq/L
You can refer back to the following thread: https://www.plantedtank.net/forums/wa...lkalinity.html