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3 year old tank has had an ORP consistently between 390-430 according to Apex ORP probe. I did my regular water change as I do every week and everything was fine. I then added 5ml of zeospur2 to 228g/860L total net and then got an alert that my ORP dropped to 290 almost instantly. I normally don’t pay that much attention to ORP because I don’t understand it 100%. Could zeospur have caused the ORP to drop like that or is it something else? What if anything should I watch out for?


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I am sorry I can not really help you here as I never measured ORP but if the product is overdosed your corals will be the first ones which will show signs of stress. Usually 5 ml for a system of 860 liters should not cause a problem.

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