*ICP SUPPORT INFORMATION*

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Hello Everyone

Fauna Marin has relaunched it's ICP testing for European and American costumers.

The following macro and trace elements are measured in the basic ICP test:
Magnesium, calcium, potassium, strontium, boron, iodine, sulphur, sulphate, phosphate, phosphorus, silicon, manganese, lithium, molybdenum, iron, bromine, chromium, cobalt, beryllium, vanadium, zinc, antimony, copper, barium, selenium, cadmium, tin, aluminium, titanium, nickel, scandium, zirconium, silver, tungsten, lanthanum, arsenic.

° The testing will be done at our headquarters laboratory in Germany. All tests purchased in the US will be shipped to our location in Fort Meyers.
° Twice a week (Mondays/Thursday) the tests will be transferred to our headquarters.
° You will receive the analytical results via email. The analysis sheet will have directions and will provide a list of products that can be used to solve any issue your tank may have.
° For further support open a thread right here in the sponsor forum “Fauna Marin“ on Reef2Reef.com, one of our specialists will be happy to help with any questions.



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Hi,

how long does it take from the uk ?

i sent mine off on Friday from and wondering how long generally ?
Hi

it usually dosen´t take longer then a week from the moment you shipped it out.

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Corey
 

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I was wonder how long too. It’s been well over a week and I haven’t received anything.
Thanks
 
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Hello Corey,
where can I find the lowest detectable concentrations of the measured elements? I am especially interested in the 'Physiologically relevant trace elements and color-relevant micronutrients'.
Kind regards, Hendrik
 

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Hi, I sent my ICP test off on Monday 24th February and still not had an email with my results. I was lead to believe my results should of been back by now. Can you help?
 
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Hi, I sent my ICP test off on Monday 24th February and still not had an email with my results. I was lead to believe my results should of been back by now. Can you help?
Good Morning
have you by now received your results? If not I need your name, the Number and or your Email Adress to check with our Lab.

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Hi i am looking for some advice. Got icp test results back can anyone explain how phosphorus can be so low but phosphate is so high i thought the 2 were directly linked as i use a hanna checker phosphorus ulr and convert to phosphate with the following formula.
Phosphorus ppb x 3.066 ÷ 1000 = phosphate ppm. I posted this on the facebook fauna marin group and miriam hof said the test must be wrong. I did my own tests with the same sample of water results are attached with the icp.
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Good Morning
have you by now received your results? If not I need your name, the Number and or your Email Adress to check with our Lab.

Fauna Marin Team
Corey
Ho sorry for late response been manic here. I have now received my results. It appears the original ones may have went in my email trash folder and auto deleted before I picked them up.
Pass thanks on to the team for me
 

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Hi i am looking for some advice. Got icp test results back can anyone explain how phosphorus can be so low but phosphate is so high i thought the 2 were directly linked as i use a hanna checker phosphorus ulr and convert to phosphate with the following formula.
Phosphorus ppb x 3.066 ÷ 1000 = phosphate ppm. I posted this on the facebook fauna marin group and miriam hof said the test must be wrong. I did my own tests with the same sample of water results are attached with the icp.
Thanks FB_IMG_1585045176881.jpg

it's the same. just different types of measurement. like cm to inches or lbs to kg.
 

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Sent in the 14th of March. Lockdown then proceeded to ruin everyone's fun (for good reason).
Just went through my tank looking at corals, and remembered that this has not come in.
I will wait until we can all get back to normal to submit another test.
 
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Sent in the 14th of March. Lockdown then proceeded to ruin everyone's fun (for good reason).
Just went through my tank looking at corals, and remembered that this has not come in.
I will wait until we can all get back to normal to submit another test.
Hi Urtoo.

I will look into it. Could you send me some information via PM.

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