Nano-Tech Phosphree is a polymer resin that is chemically stable and, unlike metal-based absorbers, does not release metal ions into the water column.
Um create a reference environment to test the phosphate uptake rate, we set up three tanks, each with 100 litres of seawater, all containing 1.0 ppm (±0.03) phosphate.
Step 1: Prepare 100L of seawater with a phosphate content of 1.0ppm.
The tests cannot be carried out in a real aquarium with animals. as the animals are constantly producing phosphate. Therefore we have created a test environment with tricalcium phosphate.
. We added 326.6 mg of tricalcium phosphate to 100L of seawater to bring the phosphate level to 1.0 ppm (±0.03).
Step 2: Test procedure
. 1.We added 60 ml of the absorbents to the test basins, using a medium flow of water was supplied by a gyre pump.
. 2.Three (3) water samples were taken from each basin every 24 hours for 8 days. basin every 24 hours for 8 days. From the three water samples, the mean value was was calculated.
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