ATI Introduces Ground-breaking New Ammonia Monitoring System
May 01 2008
Traditional ammonia monitors are expensive, complex and labour-intensive instruments which use automated versions of ammonia selective ion electrodes methods better suited to laboratory measurements. The Q45N Dissolved Ammonia Monitor from ATi overcomes these problems by using reaction chemistry to convert ammonia in a solution to a stable monochloramine compound, equivalent in concentration to the original ammonia level. The chloramine concentration is then measured with a unique amperometric sensor that responds linearly to chloramines while eliminating interface from excess free chlorine in solution.
ATIÃ¯Â¿Â½s Q45N monitoring package for dissolved ammonia provides the measurement stability needed to avoid complicated automatic calibration systems. Unlike typical ammonia SIE sensors, which are subject to significant drift problems, the amperometric sensor provides excellent repeatability over long periods of time. As the measurement utilises chloramine conversion for measurement, the sample is inherently suitable for measurement in sample with high bio loading.
For more information about ATiÃ¯Â¿Â½s Q45N Dissolved Ammonia Monitor or any other ATi products please call +44 (0)1457 832800, Email or visit www.analyticaltechnology.com
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