Safe and reliable unattended industrial VOCs in water analysis
Jan 19 2022
Industrial facilities, all over the world, must comply with stringent environmental regulations for avoiding contamination by harmful chemicals in their wastewater discharge. The installation of precise and reliable monitoring equipment is key to avoiding contaminating the local environment, endangering human health and avoiding expensive and damaging litigation. Chromatotec’s airmoVOC WMS extracts volatile organic compounds (VOCs) from liquid and then analyses them by gas chromatography (GC) enabling the operator to identify the presence and quantity of contaminants such as BTEX and light to semi-volatile organic compounds (SVOCs).
Chromatotec’s systems integrates automatic water sampling with a fast loop; the sample is taken from just under the water surface to avoid floating particles on the surface and sludge at the bottom. The sampling system is deployed near to the water source, the water is pumped to the sampling and filtration unit and then on to the analyser withing its protective shelter. This system, which consists of Chromatotec’s highly successful airmoVOC analyser, a hydrogen generator to produce the carrier gas, a zero-air catalyser to remove unwanted particles and an internal calibration system provides unattended, precise and reliable data in real-time. This system has already been hugely successful within a wide range of industries ranging from pharmaceuticals to food and beverage and the drinking water sectors.
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