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Conversion - Gary Didier

GaryDidierGaryDidier Posts: 229Member
Does anyone know how to convert mg/l to ppm. I gave a price to a customer on a hydrogen sulfide treatment system.The test I use gives the reading in parts per million. My competition uses milligrams per liter. I need a conversion so we can compare apples to apples.
Thanx, Gary from Granville

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  • Bill_14Bill_14 Posts: 345Member


    > Does anyone know how to convert mg/l to ppm. I

    > gave a price to a customer on a hydrogen sulfide

    > treatment system.The test I use gives the reading

    > in parts per million. My competition uses

    > milligrams per liter. I need a conversion so we

    > can compare apples to apples. Thanx, Gary from

    > Granville



    Check this site that Duncan Wilson provided several weeks ago.

    http://www.onlineconversion.com/
  • Aidan (UK)Aidan (UK) Posts: 289Member
    Conversion

    1 mg/l = 1 ppm, for water treatment.

    1 Litre of water weighs 1 kg = 1000 gms = 1,000,000 mg

    So, 1 mg in 1 litre = 1 ppm.
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