With a calcium reactor + Oceamo Reactor A & O, the supply of your reef aquarium is completely covered!
Our water analyzes are carried out with scientific methodology and accuracy. We take the time to evaluate and explain the results. - You do not have to be a chemist to understand and use Oceamo analysis.
With our ICP-OES we can safely analyze a large part of the essential macro elements, trace elements and pollutants in the water. Our ion chromatography (with conductivity and UV detection) also enables us to reliably determine fluoride, nitrate and nitrite with very low detection limits. The salinity is determined with a conductivity sensor, and the alkalinity determined titrimetrically. In addition, we measure phosphate with a sensitive photometric method, which determines this important parameter very reliably.
Since the end of 2021, an Agilent ICP-MS (ICP with mass spectroscopy) has been added to our scientific equipment. Using ICP-MS, we can detect trace elements and potentially harmful heavy metals in significantly lower concentrations than with ICP-OES. As a result, deficiencies can be reliably detected and compensated even for ultra-trace elements such as tin, cobalt, copper, chromium and selenium.
1. Oceamo Lab Classic Water analysis
Use our Oceamo Lab Classic analysis to determine all essential chemical parameters in the reef aquarium:
Who are we?
We are a small team with a strong background in chemistry, research and pharmaceutical production. Personal interest in water chemistry and our great passion for (reef) aquaristics gave rise to Oceamo in 2017.
Since then we have been fine-tuning our concept and optimizing methods in order to be able to offer you first-class service.
We offer you laboratory analyzes with modern analysis methods (ICP-OES, ICP-MS, ion chromatography with UV detection and more), scientifically based methodology with the highest quality standards and, above all, comprehensive advice on your analysis results!
dr Christopher Denk
Owner, Technical Chemist
FAQ-s about Oceamo A&O
How should Oceamo Reactor A&O be dosed?
Oceamo Reactor A and Reactor O are both typically dosed in an amount of 0.5 ml per 100 l pool volume.
We recommend starting with a low dose (daily 0.1 ml / 100 l) and increasing the dose over the course of 3 weeks.
Reactor A & O should be added in high flow areas.
What should I fill the calcium reactor with?
We recommend pure aragonite (calcium carbonate) to fill the lime reactor.