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ICP Mass Spec Test (Salt Water) Without Return Shipping

ICP Mass Spec Test (Salt Water) Without Return Shipping

Regular price $19.95 USD
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This is a Test kit that does not include a Return Shipping Included. You can ship with any carrier.

This is the first Mass Spec test offered to the aquarium industry.  We will test over 50 elements down to ppt, parts per trillion.  There is not any test more accurate available.  This test is up to 1000x more accurate than traditional ICP OES.  We use a five point calibration curve and certified standards to guarantee accuracy.  Because of this accuracy you will also be told how much to dose your aquarium with popular brands of trace elements, such as Aqua Forest, Red Sea Coral Colors, ATI !

We recommend using FedEx or UPS

Please note that USPS loses 2-3% of the packages they handle and if they lose your sample we will still test your water if you send us another sample however we do not provide another return shipping label. Lost packages need to be taken up with the USPS.

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Andy Martin
Awesome

Ordered a saltwater test and a fresh water test was shipped quickly and there was a surprise in my package thanks so much time to fill and send back

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kevin van Valkenburg
Elements

No alk reading ? No no3 reading ? No salinity reading ? 300+ silicates no red flag?

We do elemental testing only Kevin, we do not advertise we test Nitrates or Alkalinity, we do ICP Mass Spectrometry which is the only technology capable of measuring low ppb, hence trace elements in water, ICP OES technology that other companies use can not detect the trace elements and the results they provide are not accurate for trace elements. We do not test nitrate or alkalinity becasue the hobby level tests you do at home measuring ppm levels are good and $100,000 instrument is not going to give you better results for alkalinity and nitrate.

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Enrique

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