The BAC Calculator enables you to calculate your estimated blood alcohol content based on your weight, sex and drinking time. You will need to know how many standard drinks you've consumed.
The estimated blood alcohol content is calculated for the elapsed hours and also for the additional hours until the blood alcohol content returns to zero. Again keep in mind this is an average and there can be quite some variance between different people.
The BAC Calculator is written for Australian usage using 10 grams of alcohol in a standard drink.
The BAC Calculator enables you to determine an estimated blood alcohol content given a person's weight, sex, hours and the number of standard drinks consumed.
Weight in kilograms.
Select Male or Female.
The number of standard drinks need to first be calculated. You can use the Standard Drink Calculator or Blood Alcohol Calculator to work out the number of standard drinks.
Drinking period in hours.
The estimated BAC is calculated. In addition the BAC for additional hours are calculated until the BAC returns to zero.
The BAC Calculator web app comes with no warranty expressed or implied. The BAC Calculator web app is only for informational purposes and is not guaranteed to be error free. The information on this page is not intended to be advice.