ICP Osmose RO/DI Water Lab Test - Fauna Marin

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ICP Osmose Test

Regularly testing Osmose water from the Osmose system is an essential part of maintaining a saltwater aquarium. With our Fauna Marin Osmose Test Kit, you can easily and quickly have the key parameters of Osmose water checked.

Our Osmose water analysis kits include everything needed for professional sample collection. Filtering the sample ensures a safe and accurate analysis of nutrients and trace elements, free from interfering particles.

We measure the following water parameters:

Calcium, Potassium, Magnesium, Sodium, Sulfur, Phosphorus, Total Phosphate (calculated), Silicon, Silicate (calculated), Aluminum, Lead, Cadmium, Chromium, Iron, Copper, Lithium, Nickel, Mercury, Tin, Zinc

Please note:

The Fauna Marin ICP Laboratory Osmose Test is exclusively designed for the analysis of Osmose water and is not suitable for measuring drinking water, well water, or pool water.

Technical Data


Register on our laboratory website: and create an aquarium to register your sample. Once your sample has arrived at the laboratory, you will receive a confirmation of receipt. The normal processing time for samples is at least 24-48 hours. You will receive your analysis online and as a PDF via email. In your online account, you will receive comprehensive information and recommendations regarding your analysis. Calculators for different systems will help you determine the correct dosage.

IMPORTANT: We recommend selecting a tracking option and providing a return address for shipping. Please record the sample number for any potential inquiries. Additional shipping information can be found at

Why should I have my Osmose water tested?

Quality Control:

Osmose water serves as the starting point for preparing seawater in your aquarium. It should be of the highest quality to ensure an optimal living environment for your marine inhabitants. Regular testing helps ensure that Osmose water is free from contaminants that could be harmful to your corals, fish, and invertebrates.

Preventing Contamination:

Osmose systems are designed to remove various pollutants such as heavy metals, chlorine, pesticides, organic matter, and minerals from tap water. Checking Osmose water ensures that the system is functioning correctly and that unwanted substances do not enter the aquarium.

Aquarium Stability:

Stable water parameters provided by high-quality Osmose water are crucial for the health of your aquatic life forms. Fluctuations in water parameters can lead to stress and diseases in fish and corals. Through testing, you can ensure that your saltwater aquarium provides a consistent and optimal environment.

Preventing Algal Blooms:

High phosphate or silicate levels in Osmose water can lead to unwanted algae growth in your aquarium. By monitoring these parameters, you can take timely measures to prevent algae problems.

Effective Nutrient Additions:

If you use chemicals or preparations to adjust water parameters and supply your corals and organisms, it is important to know the quality of your source water. This allows for more precise dosing and prevents over- or under-dosing.