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hopfenundmalz:

--- Quote from: dhacker on April 04, 2010, 01:00:55 PM ---West TN well water . . 220 ft. deep in the McNairy-Nacatoch aquifer. Almost 500 ft. thick where I live.

It's a clean slate for me!  ;D  Can you say Bo-pils??  :D


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Hacker,

They have more minerals in the water in Pilsen!

You are a lucky man.  I have to buy RO water to have water like that. 

a10t2:

--- Quote from: hopfenundmalz on April 04, 2010, 03:46:11 PM ---You are a lucky man.  I have to buy RO water to have water like that.
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Depending on the feed water, RO could have more minerals than that...

Lawrence, IN:
Ca 96
Mg 26
Na 21
Cl 2
SO4 39
HCO3 358

(This is separate from the metro Indianapolis supply, although Lawrence is basically surrounded by Indy.)

gail:
Dearborn, Michigan from March 2009 (I'll update when I can get the new one from the city).  This report is from the Water Works plant, Detroit city water:

Mg   8
Ca   30
Na   13
Cl    10
Sulfate   31
Total Hardness   106  (CaCO3)
Total Alkalinity   87  (as CaCO3)
TDS   130
pH   7.28

Gail

babalu87:
300 foot deep well

Sodium................................ 14
Potassium............................. <1
Calcium...................................14
Magnesium...............................3
Total Hardness CaCO3...............48
Nitrate......................................1.0
Sulfate.......................................4
Chloride....................................15
Carbonate..................................<1
Bicarbonate HCO3......................37
Total Alkalinity CaCO3................31
Flouride......................................0.03
Total Iron....................................<0.01
TDS ..........................................110
pH..............................................6.7

blatz:
Here's my water (PBG/Jupiter, FL):

Ca 23
Mg 4
HCO3 37
Na 21
Cl 70
SO4 12
pH 7.9

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