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TOCOR700

Reliable monitoring of organic water pollutants

Your Benefits

  • TOC determination according to legal specifications
  • No need for expensive carrier gas
  • Two reactor types for selection, depending on application requirements
  • Second thermal reactor as an option offers reduced downtimes for maintenance

The exact device specifications and performance data of the product may deviate from the information provided here, and depend on the application in which the product is being used and the relevant customer specifications.

Overview

Reliable monitoring of organic water pollutants

The TOCOR700 TOC analyzer system oxidizes the organic carbon in the water sample to CO2 which is then measured by an NDIR gas analyzer. Anorganic carbon which would falsify the analysis is removed upstream by a stripper. The required carrier gas is produced by the TOCOR700 itself, so it can be operated independently from instrument air. A back-flushing filter unit for turbid water samples and a dilution unit for samples with high salt loads are available as options. The TOCOR700 is available in two variants:

  • The TOCOR700 TH with a thermal high-temperature reactor is especially suitable as a precise analyzer device for unknown water contaminants
  • The TOCOR700 UV with its UV reactor can be used for monitoring of limits or in case of known water contaminants.

At a glance
  • Very high measurement accuracy even with small TOC concentrations
  • Generates its own carrier gas in the system
  • Sample point switching for up to 4 sample points as an option
  • Versions for application in Ex-Zone 1 or 2 (ATEX)
  • Versions as stand-alone device or as wall device

Applications

Technical overview

 
  • Technical data overview
    Hazardous area

    Hazardous area Zone 2

    Hazardous area Zone 1

    Process temperature+5 °C ... +45 °C
    Process pressure900 hPa ... 1,100 hPa
    InterfacesRS-232c
All technical data can be found accompanying the individual product

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