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TOC, COD and SAC analyzers
Products for high-precision
sum parameter analysis in
municipal and industrial wastewater treatment


municipal and industrial wastewater treatment

TOC, COD and SAC analyzers are used to assess the organic load of surface water, municipal wastewater and industrial wastewater. They measure total organic carbon, chemical oxygen demand and spectral absorption coefficient. Measurement in the outlet ensures compliance with regulatory requirements. In the inlet, analyzers help avoid load peaks and help optimize process control.

How to select sum parameter products
TOC and COD analyzers deliver "true" TOC and COD values when precise analysis is needed
to comply with limit values stipulated by water authorities
to calculate the cleaning capacity of WWTPs
to enable billing of industrial dischargers according to the polluter pays principle
Process photometers
Process photometers

Products for inline measurement of UV absorption and NIR / VIS absorption in all industries
Process photometers for UV absorption, NIR and VIS provide precise and compliant inline concentration, color and turbidity measurement. Thanks to their hygienic design, they are ideally suited for chromatography, fermentation, filtration, phase separation and crystallization. Their high temperature and pressure stability also ensure safe application in condensate monitoring or leak detection of heat exchangers.
pH sensors and transmitters
Products for high-quality pH measurement in all industries
More than 30% of all quality-relevant measurements in processes are pH measurements. That's why reliable pH sensors & transmitters are extremely important for plant optimization and process safety. We offer an extensive portfolio for all conditions, such as stable processes, fast changing media compositions, sticky media, hazardous areas or hygienic applications. Discover our ISFET, enamel or glass pH sensors, transmitters, assemblies and calibration solutions by clicking on the button below.

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