Fast and easy TOC measurement
November 2018, Analytical Instrumentation & Environmental Monitoring
For power generation makeup water treatment – from reverse osmosis to demineralisers – the Mettler Toledo Thornton 5000TOC i sensor provides fast, reliable monitoring of total organic carbon (TOC) contamination in the water system. Organic contamination can be detected before it enters the steam cycle where its breakdown to organic acids can accelerate corrosion and potential damage.
Multi-parameter advantage: the Thornton 5000TOC i TOC sensor with intelligent sensor management (ISM) delivers the power of an analyser with the convenience of a sensor. The 5000TOC i sensor, coupled with the M800 multi-parameter transmitter, provides a user-friendly and economical analytical package. It enhances operational performance with a reliable, sophisticated and intuitive TOC measurement system by combining a proven TOC analysis platform with an advanced user interface with extensive system diagnostics.
Mix-and-match sensor capability: the M800 transmitter is available in two or four-channel versions. The two-channel version can accept one or two TOC sensors, or TOC plus one other parameter. The four-channel version can accept up to three parameters in addition to TOC, including conductivity, pH, ORP, dissolved ozone or dissolved oxygen, plus two pulsed flow sensors, saving cost and complexity.
Benefits of the 5000TOC i sensor include:
• Improved quality and reliability of calibration with a semi-automated process that ensures consistent results.
• Enables proactive maintenance through convenient diagnostics and sensor status data on an intuitive iMonitor user interface.
• Simplifies maintenance processes with in-depth diagnostic data, provided by detailed sensor status screens.
• Automated flow control improves the reliability of continuous, real-time TOC analysis by eliminating sensitivity to system pressure changes.
• Multi-parameter capability integrates TOC measurement with a comprehensive UPW monitoring system with up to four sensors.
For more information contact Darren Prinsloo, Microsep, +27 11 553 2300, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.microsep.co.za