# Easy to use calculator for DILUTION RATIO, RTU SOLUTION, COST OF CHEMICAL.

Dilution Ratio

Note: Read the instructions carefully and follow the procedures as directed.

Calculate the amount of chemical required to prepare a given dilution ratio.

Instructions::

1. Fill any one field in statements 1, 2 or 3
2. Click 'Calculate' to find out the equivalent values.
3. You may change one of the two fields in line 3 and click 'Calculate' and the other one will get updated

Calculation Table:

 1. oz. of chemical in 1 gallon of water is same as 2. part of water added to 1 part of chemical and is same as 3. percent solution of chemical in the water is same as 4. oz of chemical in gallons of water.

Note: Any values updated in this table will automatically reset all the values in all the tables.

RTU Solution

Note: Read the instructions carefully and follow the procedures as directed.

Calculate cost of Ready to Use (RTU) Solution

Instructions:

1. Fill any one field in statements 1 or 2
2. Click 'Calculate' to find out the equivalent values.
3. You may change one of the two fields in line 3 and click 'Calculate' and the other one will get updated
Calculation Table:
 1 If cost of 1 gallon of concentrated chemical is dollar(s) 2 then the cost of 1 gallons of RTU/diluted solution is dollar(s) 3 And the cost of gallons of RTU/diluted solution is dollar(s)

Note: Any values updated in this table will automatically reset all the values in the next table.

Cost of Chemicals

Note: Read the instructions carefully and follow the procedures as directed.

Calculate Cost of the chemical for the job

Instructions::

1. Fill any one field in statements 1 or 2
2. Click 'Calculate' to find out the equivalent values.
3. You may change one of the two fields in line 3 and click 'Calculate' and the other one will get updated
Calculation Table:
 1 If the coverage of the RTU/diluted solution is sq. ft. per gallons 2 then the cost of the chemical is dollar(s) per sq. ft. 3 and the cost of the chemical for covering sq. ft. is dollar(s).

4.  For that, you will need oz of concentrated
chemical to prepare a total of gallons of
RTU/diluted solution.