Enter the amount of coolant the vehicle can hold (L) and the percentage of concentrated coolant desired (%) into the Coolant Ratio Calculator. The calculator will evaluate and display the Coolant Ratio.

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## Coolant Ratio Formula

The following formula is used to calculate the Coolant Ratio.

CLR = AC * C/100

- Where CLR is the Coolant Ratio (L)
- AC is the amount of coolant the vehicle can hold (L)
- C is the percentage of concentrated coolant desired (%)

To calculate the coolant ratio, multiply the amount of coolant the vehicle can hold by percent of coolant desired.

## How to Calculate Coolant Ratio?

The following example problems outline how to calculate Coolant Ratio.

Example Problem #1:

- First, determine the amount of coolant the vehicle can hold (L).
- The amount of coolant the vehicle can hold (L) is given as: 12.

- Next, determine the percentage of concentrated coolant desired (%).
- The percentage of concentrated coolant desired (%) is provided as: 50.

- Finally, calculate the Coolant Ratio using the equation above:

CLR = AC * %C/100

The values given above are inserted into the equation below and the solution is calculated:

CLR = 12 *50/100 = 6.00 (L)

Example Problem #2:** **

For this problem, the variables required are provided below:

amount of coolant the vehicle can hold (L) = 6

percentage of concentrated coolant desired (%) = 30

Test your knowledge using the equation and check your answer with the calculator above.

CLR = AC * %C/100** = ?**