Real-time TOC Monitoring for Full-time Confidence
Jan 19 2017
One of the most prevalent impurities in source water is organic material. Organics in source water come from naturally occurring organic matter (NOM) as well as introduced organics coming from pollution. Organic material in drinking water affects the color, taste, and odor of water, and can react with residual chlorine to form disinfection byproducts (DBPs) such as trihalomethanes (THMs) and haloacetic acids. To avoid the formation of DBPs, it is important to monitor and measure NOM. The monitoring of NOM in raw water is also a first indication for unexpected events and helps to calculate the capacity of a treatment process. The common parameter for the direct measurement of NOM is total organic carbon (TOC), which can be measured online and in the lab.
Hach has a complete lab and process solution for your organics measurement needs, including the new Biotector B3500dw TOC online analyser. With maximum reliability and uptime along with low operating costs, the B3500dw provides immediate, direct savings and is the industry’s choice when it comes to TOC analysis for drinking water applications. Visit hach.com to explore Hach’s extensive line of organics measurement solutions.
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