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Old 12-10-2018, 09:42 PM
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For all ZEOvit users who use ZEOvit / ZEOlites / Stones and use ZEOstart3 and other additives, it is not recommended to use any form of PO4 absorbent, GFO or other types of materials in combination with the ZEOvit system.

Good Ro water quality

Zeo Bac, SP, start3, Zeo zeolite, use of base product 4, Skimmer conditioning wet, Zeo CS, Zeo activated carbon, changing filter socks every day, or getting Zeo BioMate

In the light source part, more white light is closer to low nutrient salts. Try to find out if the zeolite filter flow is continuous flow / correct hourly flow

When the organization is not light, and PO4 is high, you can consider reducing the supplement of nutrients.

SPS TANK, salifert PO4 test kit does not seem to be enough, it would be better to get a more sophisticated instrument


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Is this a copy paste from somewhere? A standard format?


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I have answered all this already.


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From the video I would say there is something wrong with your PO4 test result, corals do not look like a PO4 concentration of 0.6 mg. I would expect the level is much lower.

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But i have literally bought hanna ulr for this purpose only. I used my hanna test kit to tests my frnds tank water, it showed correct result. I even tested my new batch of water which i made for waterchange there also it showed something low only . Its showing only and only mine display tank water 0.6. Lol
Mayb i should ignore it and stop checking my po4 levels.



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I have never used the Hanna Checkers but you might cross check the reading with a high sensitive PO4 test kit like Merck or Macherey Nagel. Maybe a friend or you local fish store can help to once cross check with a different kit.

You might have "something" in the water which has a impact to this kind of test ?

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Today i tested with my friends hanna ULR for po4 it also showed 200ppb .
I have bought lanthanum chloride will try a very small dose to see.



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Thanks for the video, in the video 03:35, I will say that PO4 does not exceed 0.5ppm, but not all 0.00~0.03, of course, this is only my guess. Corals look healthy and PE should be better. If it is me, I will try to lower some NPs, add some white lights, use Zeo CS to control the adjustments to add some organic matter, let the corals release themselves more fully,usually the value of NP can be preliminarily judged from coral tissue and green coral.
and everyone has different tastes. This is my idea.
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Today i tested with my friends hanna ULR for po4 it also showed 200ppb .
I have bought lanthanum chloride will try a very small dose to see.



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All ZEOvit users who use ZEOvit / ZEOlites / Stones and use ZEOstart3 and other additives are not recommended to use any form of PO4 absorbent, GFO or other types of materials in combination with the ZEOvit system.

If you must use it, be sure to pay special attention to the dosage. It is best to use the test kit (it will also be inaccurate). Be sure to slowly, not too fast, causing coral pressure TN, especially careful.
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So I think the main reason for not using po4 absorbent in the Zeovit system is that it may interfere with the biology of building the Zeo system.
The problem is that the system is changing the environment and eliminating different kinds of nutrients, which seems to cause the observed problems. Many times the system is run in different tanks. Corals cannot tolerate rapid PO4 changes, such as material replacement, and corals are mostly loose tissues ( Forgive my narrative, I don't know how to describe it, or the tip caused by light, but it also depends on the amount and manner of PO4 absorbent used. Therefore, it is not recommended to use PO4 absorbent in the system.

I don't know if this is correct, this is just one of my guesses.
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