Our LAR™ fast and accurate water analyzers measure and monitor the most important parameters: TOC, COD, BOD, Toxicity, TNb, and Oil-in-Water. Our water analyzers were designed to fit environmental monitoring, municipal facilities, and industrial manufacturing applications. Learn more about TOC analysis.
We are the TOC Leaders™ in high-temperature TOC, COD, BOD and Toxicity water analysis for maximum reliability, high-performance and fast response.
Pure water and high purity water are crucial factors of production in numerous processes and industries. Depending on the demand it is used as a raw material, auxiliary or operating material. For water with low particle density, our pure water analyzers are equipped with an injection loop system. Using this closed system, influences from ambient air or other influences will be avoided. Moreover, samples up to 90°C can be measured easily and safely. Our market-leading, water analyzers are application-specific, and measure TOC concentrations in the range of ppb and fulfill the requirements of pure water applications.
Process water is very diverse regarding to its use. This type of water may contain adhesive and/or toxic substances and are characterized by high and fluctuating loads or a wide variety of compositions. Our cost-effective, QuickTOCultra water analyzer is a continuously working TOC measurement system using the UV persulfate oxidation method. This method is suitable for the determination of TOC and TC (total carbon) in clean and pure water (drinking water, condensate return, and boiler feed water). Perfect for Ex zones.
Wastewater is one of the most challenging water types for any TOC online analyzers. With highly fluctuating loads, very high salt concentrations and has high particle density, wastewater needs a robust water analyzer. For the toughest applications, our TOC analyzers are equipped with a unique injection system capable of transporting and measuring a high content of solid matter without any filtration. Additionally, our analyzer’s high temperature combustion at 1,200°C guarantees the complete oxidation of the sample.