Online Analyzers List

Chlorine Monitoring System

Chlorine Monitoring System

Chlorine Monitoring System for Free, Total & Combined Chlorine Swan AMI Codes-II CC Chlorine Monitoring...

Free Chlorine Analyzer

Free Chlorine Analyzer

Free Chlorine Analyzer – Online Amperometric Reagentless Swan AMI Trides Free Chlorine Analyzer for the...

Phosphate Analyzer (online)

Online Phosphate Analyzer AMI Phosphate-II AC Online Phosphate Analyzer using the colorimetric process for the...

Silica Analyzer

Online Silica Analyzer SWAN AMI Silitrace AC Online Silica Analyzer for the complete monitoring system...

THM Analyzer

THM Analyzer – Trihalomethanes Analyzer Multisensor MS2000 THM Analyzer for the measurements of THM’s at...

TOC Monitor

TOC Monitor/TOC Monitoring System Seres TOC Evolution VUV TOC Monitor with complete two-stage measurement of...

online turbidity analyzer

Turbidity Analyzer (online)

Online Turbidity Analyzer AMI Turbiwell LED Online turbidity analyzer for non-contact measurement of turbidity in...

UVT Monitor

UVT Monitor

UVT Monitor – UV Transmittance at 254 nm SWAN AMI SAC 254 UVT Monitor for...

VOC Monitoring System

VOC Monitoring System – Volatile Organic Carbon (VOC) Monitor Multisensor MS1200 VOC Monitoring System for...

Online Analyzers

Designed to report live analytical data using various methods including; refractometer, calorimeter, amperometric, conductivity,  titration,  and several others.

The advantage over lab analysis is continuous measurement which is vitally important in many industrial applications. For example; detection of high levels of oxygen within power station cooling water, is an early indication of air leaks and can lead to equipment damage in the hundreds of thousands.

Most instruments specialize in a single parameter measurement and can reach accuracy levels in the parts per billion resolution.

Reporting is usually in the form of a milliamp (mA) output which in turn is interpreted as a value by onboard electronics or by a central control system. This data can then be used to sound alarms, control chemical dosing or even as in the case of remote monitoring, instigate human interaction by sending automated text, email or telephone signals.

Indeed, the world would be a different place without the use of online analyzers. Most water filtration plants would be very difficult to manage.