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Water Hardness PPM to dH Conversion Calculator

dH To PPM Conversion Calculator
To identify hard water, conversions from degrees of General Hardness (dGH or dH) to PPM are essential.

To facilitate this, three tools are available: 

  1. PPM to dH/dGH Calculator for direct conversions
  2. PPM to dGH Chart, 
  3. PPM to dH/dGH Chart water hardness ranges.

PPM to dH/dGH Calculator

Simply the move counter to get the dH/dGH for your PPM.

For a quick conversion using the calculator, inputting 5 dH will instantly give you the equivalent in PPM. Just slide the slider to ‘5’ and we get the result: 5 dH is equal to 89.24 PPM.

PPM to dH/dGH Conversion Chart

PPM (Parts Per Million):dH (degrees of Hardness or German Degrees):Hardness
0 PPM0.056 dHSoft
1 PPM1.78 dHSoft
5 PPM0.28 dHSoft
10 PPM0.56 dHSoft
20 PPM1.12 dHSoft
30 PPM1.68 dHSoft
40 PPM2.24 dHSoft
50 PPM2.80 dHSoft
60 PPM3.36 dHSoft
70 PPM3.92 dHModerately Hard Water
80 PPM4.48 dHModerately Hard Water
90 PPM5.04 dHModerately Hard Water
100 PPM5.60 dHModerately Hard Water
110 PPM6.16 dHModerately Hard Water
120 PPM6.72 dHModerately Hard Water
130 PPM7.28 dHHard Water
140 PPM7.84 dHHard Water
150 PPM8.40 dHHard Water
160 PPM8.96 dHHard Water
170 PPM9.52 dHHard Water
180 PPM10.09 dHHard Water
190 PPM10.65 dHVery Hard Water
200 PPM11.21 dHVery Hard Water
300 PPM16.81 dHVery Hard Water
400 PPM22.41 dHVery Hard Water
500 PPM28.01 dHVery Hard Water

dh Chart Water Hardness Ranges.

For precise water hardness measurements, lab tests are invaluable, offering a thorough breakdown of water composition. TapScore provides expert water analysis services.

Parts Per Million (PPM)Degrees of Hardness (dH)Water Hardness Rating
0-60 PPM0 – 3.37Soft Water
61-120 PPM3.38 – 6.74Moderately Hard Water
121-180 PPM6.75 – 10.11Hard Water
181+ PPM10.12 Or MoreVery Hard Water

Discovering Your Local Water Hardness

With water hardness affecting many U.S. homes, identifying your area’s level is key. Water hardness charts by state or city and local water authorities provide essential data. Visit this Amazing go-to resource on Water Hardness by state and zip-code

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