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Discussion in 'DIY E-Liquid' started by j3suss, Jan 16, 2014.

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  1. j3suss

    j3suss Senior Member ECF Veteran

    Sep 22, 2012

    I need a calculator to do the following. For example: 1 bottle of liquid foundation (no added flavors, only PG + GV) of 0 mg / ml to 200 ml. Another liquid pot high nicotine base for example to 36 mg / ml nicotine 200ml. And the calculator tells me how many milliliters of 0 mg I have to dump into the pot 20ml and how many milliliters of 36 mg I have to dump into the pot 20 ml for total 1 bottle of 20 ml x mg / ml nicotine .

    Have I explained ok?

    Thank you very much!
  2. dannyv45

    dannyv45 ECF DIY E-Liquid Guru Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Apr 12, 2013
    New Jersey
  3. Hoosier

    Hoosier Vaping Master ECF Veteran

    Jan 26, 2010
    If you're looking to make 20ml's of 20mg/ml nicotine strength flavorless juice, any calculator should be able to do that.

    You can do it in your head too.

    20ml * 20mg/m; = 400mg of nicotine in the solution.
    400mg / 36mg/ml (the "high" nicotine I saw in the post) = 11.1ml's of 36mg/ml nicotine solution
    20ml - 11.1ml = 8.9ml of 0mg/ml PG and/or VG to bring the total to 20ml.

    Double check
    400mg / (11.1ml + 8.9ml) = 20mg/ml
  4. djdavies

    djdavies Full Member Verified Member

    Oct 26, 2013
    Discovery Bay
    If I am understanding, it sounds like you need a chart not a calculator? You have several fixed values and need to add (X) of part A and (x) of part B to get a fixed qty at a variable nic dosage. The ratios of PG/VG for each part A and B are the same so for 20ml you want to adjust only for the nic. Close?
  5. JD1

    JD1 Vaping Master ECF Veteran

    Nov 20, 2010
    eJuice Me Up has a tool that can help. It's the juice combiner screen found under the tools menu. It's made to calculate combining known amounts so you have to make up a number on the amount of one of the liquids to get started then you can change that number higher or lower to get what you want.

    I think I made it sound harder than it is. Download the calculator, open the juice combiner screen and play around with it a little. You'll catch on or post back and we'll give you some help with it.
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