How many grams of ammonium bifluoride to add to this tank?

The solution in the tank needs to be 15% Sulfuric Acid, 2% ammonium bifluoride (NH4HF2), and water. The tank is 45 gallons.

The Sulfuric acid is in a liquid form already, so .15 x 45 gallons is 6.8 gallons.

My question is how many grams of the ammonium bifluoride do we need to add to make it 2% NH4HF2?

Answer:
about 3886 grams for 2% by weight

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