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Skalar Organic Carbon (TOC) and Total Nitrogen (TN) Analyzers

FormacsSERIES

Formacs SERIES Total Organic Carbon / Total Nitrogen Analyzers

Overview

The Formacs SERIES Total Organic Carbon (TOC) and Total Nitrogen (TN) analyzers have been designed to measure TOC and TN separately or simultaneously in liquid samples. The analyzers provide fast, reliable and accurate computer  controlled automation for all water applications including waste, surface, sea, process, river ground and pharmaceutical waters.

The fl exible design insures optimal performance and is operational within minutes, providing accurate analyses for Total Carbon (TC), Total Inorganic Carbon (TIC), Total Organic Carbon (TOC), Non Purgeable Organic Carbon (NPOC) and Total Nitrogen (TN). As an additional option, the concentration of Nitrate and Nitrite can be measured which results in a true alternative to the Total Kjeldahl Nitrogen (TKN) method (TKN = TN - NN). This eliminates the need of hazardous  reagents, which are required for the conventional TKN analysis. In this way, valuable operator time is saved and better
precision is achieved.

The user-friendly analyzers allow quick and easy access to all components and include a versatile software package for  complete instrument control, data acquisition, calculations and report generation.

FEATURES

  • Analytes TC, TIC, TOC, NPOC, DOC, POC, TN, Nitrate and Nitrite
  • High Temperature Combustion with IR detection (carbon) and chemiluminescence detection (nitrogen)
  • 150 positions random access auto sampler, optional trays for 20 or 40 ml EPA-VOA vials
  • Automatic sample pre- and post dilution of overrange samples and preparation of working standards
  • Range up to 25000 ppm C/300 ppm N
  • Excellent alternative for Kjeldahl determination Automatic stirring, acidifi cation and sparging for NPOC analysis
  • Methods according to EPA, CEN, DIN,ISO and Standard Methods
  • 21 CFR part 11 compliant
  • Extendable with solid sample module for TC, TIC and TOC


APPLICATIONS
Drinking water, surface water, process water, waste water, etc.

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