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  • New Laboratory TOC Analyser Launched at Pittcon

New Laboratory TOC Analyser Launched at Pittcon

Mar 17 2008 Read 1058 Times

At Pittcon 2008, GE Analytical Instruments (USA) launched the new Sievers InnovOx Laboratory Total Organic Carbon (TOC) Analyser that runs thousands of industrial process and environmental water TOC samples—including brine and cellulose—with unprecedented uptime. The Sievers InnovOx offers unmatched oxidation robustness, dynamic linear working range, and calibration curve stability, and is compliant with regulatory methods.
The tough, reliable Sievers InnovOx uses a patent-pending Supercritical Water Oxidation (SCWO) technique to achieve superior TOCrecoveries regardless of organic compounds and particulate impurities in the sample. This new process also removes oxidation by-products and sample between each analytical run, greatly extending uptime.
The InnovOx uses an enhanced Non-Dispersive Infra Red (NDIR) design with a dynamic detection range of 0.5 to 50,000 ppm. It measures Total Carbon (TC), Total Inorganic Carbon (TIC), Total Organic Carbon (TOC), and Non-Purgeable Organic Carbon (NPOC). The Sievers InnovOx has a Web interface for remote monitoring, an intuitive touch-screen display, and USB ports. The analyser is easy to set up and operate and requires no external carrier gas. Preventive maintenance is recommended every 6 months, and calibration is typically stable for 6 months.

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