A Paradigm Shift in Measuring Wastewater Quality
Feb 13 2019 Read 418 Times
Understanding organics loading and organic removal efficiencies is extremely important to operators. Decisions regarding water and wastewater treatment often depend on an accurate assessment of organics. To comply with regulations, optimise treatment steps, and save time and money, the correct organic measurement tools must be in place.
BOD and COD tests are commonly used but adding TOC for further water quality monitoring allows facilities to gain greater insights. Compared to BOD and COD, TOC has superior sensitivity and can accurately detect process changes within minutes. TOC monitoring provides accurate results from a broader range than these traditional tests, making it a sought-after solution.
By adding TOC monitoring to your water or wastewater process you will:
- Save time and money by understanding contaminants that can cause equipment failures
- Meet regulations
- Achieve simpler, faster, and more accurate analytical measurements that correlate to BOD and COD
- Make data-driven decisions
- Ensure product quality and prevent product loss
- Enable smarter jar testing
Find out why more facilities are adding TOC monitoring to their process click here.
Through its Sievers product line, SUEZ offers a variety of TOC analysers ranging in analytical range from 0.03 ppb to 50, 000 ppm. Search for the TOC analyser that best fits your needs.
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