Single View for Evaluation ICP-OES

Unwanted heavy metals (160 Gallons)

Element Analysis Setpoint Deviation Warning lamp
HgQuicksilver 0 µg/l 0,1 µg/l -0.10
SeSelenium 0 µg/l 0,1 µg/l -0.10
CdCadmium 0 µg/l 0,1 µg/l -0.10
SnTin 18 µg/l 0,1 µg/l 17.90
SbAntimony 0 µg/l 0,1 µg/l -0.10
AsArsenic 0 µg/l 0,1 µg/l -0.10
AlAluminium 191 µg/l 2 µg/l 189.00
PbLead 0 µg/l 0,1 µg/l -0.10
TiTitanium 0 µg/l 0,1 µg/l -0.10
CuCopper 0 µg/l 0.1 µg/l -0.10
LaLanthanum 0 µg/l 0.1 µg/l -0.10
ScScandium 0 µg/l 0.1 µg/l -0.10
WTungsten 0 µg/l 0.1 µg/l -0.10

Hg

Analyse

0 µg/l

Sollwert

0,1 µg/l

Se

Analyse

0 µg/l

Sollwert

0,1 µg/l

Cd

Analyse

0 µg/l

Sollwert

0,1 µg/l

Sn

Analyse

18 µg/l

Sollwert

0,1 µg/l

Sb

Analyse

0 µg/l

Sollwert

0,1 µg/l

As

Analyse

0 µg/l

Sollwert

0,1 µg/l

Al

Analyse

191 µg/l

Sollwert

2 µg/l

Pb

Analyse

0 µg/l

Sollwert

0,1 µg/l

Ti

Analyse

0 µg/l

Sollwert

0,1 µg/l

Cu

Analyse

0 µg/l

Sollwert

0.1 µg/l

La

Analyse

0 µg/l

Sollwert

0.1 µg/l

Sc

Analyse

0 µg/l

Sollwert

0.1 µg/l

W

Analyse

0 µg/l

Sollwert

0.1 µg/l

Macro-Elements (160 Gallons)

Element Analysis Setpoint Deviation Warning lamp
NaSodium 11382 mg/l 10700 mg/l 682.00
CaCalcium 446 mg/l 440 mg/l 6.00
MgMagnesium 1486 mg/l 1370 mg/l 116.00
KPotassium 405 mg/l 400 mg/l 5.00
BrBromide 20 mg/l 62 mg/l -42.00
BBoron 4.912 mg/l 4,5 mg/l 0.41
SrStrontium 14 mg/l 8 mg/l 6.00
SSulphur 1210 mg/l 900 mg/l 310.00

Na

Analyse

11382 mg/l

Sollwert

10700 mg/l

Ca

Analyse

446 mg/l

Sollwert

440 mg/l

Mg

Analyse

1486 mg/l

Sollwert

1370 mg/l

K

Analyse

405 mg/l

Sollwert

400 mg/l

Br

Analyse

20 mg/l

Sollwert

62 mg/l

Dosage

Total: 16 days.
First 15 days: 30.3ml.
Last day: 16.7ml.

B

Analyse

4.912 mg/l

Sollwert

4,5 mg/l

Sr

Analyse

14 mg/l

Sollwert

8 mg/l

S

Analyse

1210 mg/l

Sollwert

900 mg/l

Li-Group (160 Gallons)

Element Analysis Setpoint Deviation Warning lamp
LiLithium 318 µg/l 200 µg/l 118.00
NiNickel 0 µg/l 5 µg/l -5.00
MoMolybdenum 13 µg/l 12 µg/l 1.00

Li

Analyse

318 µg/l

Sollwert

200 µg/l

Ni

Analyse

0 µg/l

Sollwert

5 µg/l

Dosage

Total: 3 days.
First 2 days: 12.12ml.
Last day: 6.05ml.

Mo

Analyse

13 µg/l

Sollwert

12 µg/l

I-Group (160 Gallons)

Element Analysis Setpoint Deviation Warning lamp
VVanadium 0 µg/l 1,2 µg/l -1.20
ZnZinc 0 µg/l 4 µg/l -4.00
MnManganese 0 µg/l 2 µg/l -2.00
IIodine 0 µg/l 60 µg/l -60.00

V

Analyse

0 µg/l

Sollwert

1,2 µg/l

Dosage

Total of 0.73 ml for 1 day.

Zn

Analyse

0 µg/l

Sollwert

4 µg/l

Dosage

Total of 2.42 ml for 1 day.

Mn

Analyse

0 µg/l

Sollwert

2 µg/l

Dosage

Total: 2 days.
First 2 days: 6.06ml.

I

Analyse

0 µg/l

Sollwert

60 µg/l

Dosage

Total: 2 days.
First 1 days: 6.06ml.
Last day: 1.21ml.

Fe-Group (160 Gallons)

Element Analysis Setpoint Deviation Warning lamp
CrChromium 0 µg/l 0,1 µg/l -0.10
CoCobalt 0 µg/l 0,1 µg/l -0.10
FeIron 0 µg/l 0,1 µg/l -0.10

Cr

Analyse

0 µg/l

Sollwert

0,1 µg/l

Co

Analyse

0 µg/l

Sollwert

0,1 µg/l

Fe

Analyse

0 µg/l

Sollwert

0,1 µg/l

Ba-Group (160 Gallons)

Element Analysis Setpoint Deviation Warning lamp
BaBarium 6.761 µg/l 10 µg/l -3.24
BeBeryllium 0 µg/l 0,1 µg/l -0.10

Ba

Analyse

6.761 µg/l

Sollwert

10 µg/l

Be

Analyse

0 µg/l

Sollwert

0,1 µg/l

Si-Group (160 Gallons)

Element Analysis Setpoint Deviation Warning lamp
SiSilicon 194 µg/l 100 µg/l 94.00

Si

Analyse

194 µg/l

Sollwert

100 µg/l

Nutrient-Group (160 Gallons)

Element Analysis Setpoint Deviation Warning lamp
PPhosphorus 5.664 µg/l 6 µg/l -0.34
PO4Phosphate 0.01733184 mg/l 0.01836 mg/l -0.001

P

Analyse

5.664 µg/l

Sollwert

6 µg/l

PO4

Analyse

0.01733184 mg/l

Sollwert

0.01836 mg/l

Filter
Detection Action

We detected elements in your water that can be harmful for your tank.
More information about each element is listed below.

To remedy this we recommend carrying out 6 x 15% water changes with Tropic Marin Pro salt or Red Sea Salt (blue bucket), spread over 6 weeks

High levels of Tin have been found in your system.

As Tin can be very dangerous to you aquarium you should first try to find the contamination source. To help you in finding the source of error, we have listed the most common sources of tin (sorted in descending order of frequency):

1. Contaminated trace elements
2. Metals near or in the aquarium (as rusty clamps or screws)
3. Contaminated salts

High levels of Aluminium have been found in your system.

As high levels of Aluminium can be dangerous to your aquarium you should try to find the contamination. To assist you in finding the source of error, we have listed them the most common sources of aluminium (sorted in descending order of frequency):

1. Aluminium based Phosphate remover
2. Zeolite
3. Metals in water

Use ROWAphos phosphate remover media to remove the aluminium.

Your Magnesium levels are slightly elevated.

Please check your magnesium test kit for accuracy.

Your Bromine levels are too low.

WARNING! Dosage only to be carried out by advanced reef keepers.

Due to the possible hazardous nature of dosing Bromine the dosage amounts include a safety factor to ensure that the risk of overdose is reduced. This may result in further dosing being required with subsequent ICP testing.

Please follow the directions on the Dose tab.

Your Strontium levels are too high. Check for sources of contamination. To help you in your search for the source of error, we have listed the most common sources of strontium (sorted in descending order of frequency):

1. Strontium-overdose
2. Salts / salt mixes

To remedy this we recommend carrying out 6 x 15% water changes with Tropic Marin Pro salt or Red Sea Salt (blue bucket), spread over 6 weeks

Your Sulphur levels are slightly elevated.

Check for possible contamination source. To help you in your search for the source of error, we have listed the most common sources of sulphur (sorted in descending order of frequency):

1. The salt used has possibly too high a sulphur value
2. Bacterial solutions
3. Food
4. Trace elements

Monitor with future ICP-OES tests.

Your Lithium levels are slightly elevated.

Check for possible contamination source. To help you in your search for the source of error, we have listed them the most common lithium sources (sorted in descending order of frequency):

1. Trace element overdose / contamination
2. Contaminated salts / contaminated magnesium salts
3. Artificial Rock/ Reef ceramics
4. Food

If you are dosing additional lithium on top of regular doses then stop.

Filter
Detection Action

Important for your aquarium

I: We have detected a lack of iodine.
A Iodine dose can have the following benefits for your aquarium:
- Improves overall health of SPS corals and macroalgae
- Promotes metabolic processes in the reef aquarium
- Can be helpful against parasites and inhibit their reproduction
To restore the natural value, please refer to our recommended dosage.

I: We recommend the corrective dosage be carried out over 2 days. For the first 1 days the daily dosage should be 6.06ml. On the last day please use 1.21ml.

I: We recommend a daily maintenance dose of 0.73ml. If this dose is very low, then this can be alternatively be dosed weekly (daily dose x7).

Not important but beneficial for your aquarium

Br: We have detected a lack of bromine.
A Bromine dose can have the following benefits for your aquarium:
- Can promote the color and health of SPS and LPS
- Bromine should be dosed carefully, as too high bromine value can be dangerous for the aquarium
To restore the natural value, please refer to our recommended dosage.

Br: We recommend the corrective dosage be carried out over 16 days. For the first 15 days the daily dosage should be 30.3ml. On the last day please use 16.7ml.

Fine-tuning Level 1 ( Basic )

V: We have detected a lack of vanadium.
A vanadium dosage may have the following advantages for your aquarium:
- Can have a positive effect on the growth of sponges, sea squirts and SPS and LPS corals
- Can promote a better polyp extension
- May intensify the color of Acropora and Montipora
To restore the natural value, please note our dosing recommendation.
To keep this value, please note our maintenance dose. For calculating the maintenance dose proceed as follows:
1st Test: dose maintenance dose xml
2nd Test: old maintenance dosing xml (from the 1st test) + new maintenance dose meter (from the 2nd test) XML.
3. Test:: old maintenance dosing xml (from the 1st test) + old maintenance dosing xml (from the 2nd test) + new maintenance dose xml meter (from the 3rd Test).
4. Test: see above. Thereafter, the dosage should not be increased, even though the analysis indicates a value of 0.

V: We recommend the corrective dosage of 0.73 ml for 1 day.

V: We recommend a daily maintenance dose of 0.05ml. If this dose is very low, then this can be alternatively be dosed weekly (daily dose x7).

Mn: We have detected a lack of manganese.
A Manganese dose may have the following advantages for your aquarium:
- Can be useful for keeping LPS corals, for example, Goniopora respond very positively to Manganese dosage
- Can promote better polyp extension
To restore the natural value, please refer to our recommended dosage.
To keep this value, refer to our maintenance dose. For calculating the maintenance dose proceed as follows:
1 Test: dose maintenance dose xml
2 Test: old maintenance dosing xml (from the 1st test) + new maintenance dose (from the 2nd test) xml dosing.
3 Test:: old maintenance dosing xml (from the 1st test) + old maintenance dosing xml (from the 2nd test) + new maintenance dose xml meter (from the 3rd Test). Thereafter, the dosage should not be increased, even though the analysis indicates a value of 0.

Mn: We recommend the corrective dosage be carried out over 2 days. For the first 2 days the daily dosage should be 6.06ml.

Mn: We recommend a daily maintenance dose of 1.01ml. If this dose is very low, then this can be alternatively be dosed weekly (daily dose x7).

Fine-tuning Level 1 ( Advanced )

Ni: Warning, dangerous element for the aquarium. Dosage for professional, experienced aquarists only!
A nickel dose may have the following advantages for your aquarium:
- Can improve the color image of coral
- Can improve the overall health of LPS and SPS corals
Attention, the concentration of nickel in natural seawater is so low that it can not be detected. If a dose is desired, begin with the recommended dosage listed below and test the value regularly in our laboratory. If nickel are detected, they have overdosed and should adjust the dose immediately. You can increase the dosage of nickel slowly until they see a positive effect.

Ni: We recommend the corrective dosage be carried out over 3 days. For the first 2 days the daily dosage should be 12.12ml. On the last day please use 6.05ml.

Zn: We have detected a lack of zinc.
A zinc dosage may have the following advantages for your aquarium:
- Can promote enzymatic processes in reef aquariums
- Can promote color and health of LPS and SPS corals
To restore the natural value, please refer to our recommended dosage.
To keep this value, please refer to our maintenance dose. For calculating the maintenance dose proceed as follows:
1st Test: dose maintenance dose xml
2nd Test: old maintenance dosing xml (from the 1st test) + new maintenance dose (from the 2nd test) XML.
3. Test:: old maintenance dosing xml (from the 1st test) + old maintenance dosing xml (from the 2nd test) + new maintenance dose xml meter (from the 3rd Test). Thereafter, the dosage should not be increased, even though the analysis indicates a value of 0

Zn: We recommend the corrective dosage of 2.42 ml for 1 day.

Zn: We recommend a daily maintenance dose of 0.24ml. If this dose is very low, then this can be alternatively be dosed weekly (daily dose x7).

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