Microscopic Analysis

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Four Keys of BioMass Analysis

The report is divided into 4 major sections. These include the Floc, Filaments, Higher life forms and the Bulk water.

1 Floc

The most important part of the biomass. Its size, shape, and density will help determine how well the floc has formed.

2 Filaments

Helps form a good floc and negatively impact settling. Abundance and type of filaments show health and settling.

3 Higher Life Forms

Take a "snapshot" of the biomass by identifying presence and activity of higher life forms.

4 Bulk Water

Important to see a clean bulk water, free of inert material or excessive free bacteria.

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