Sievers TOC Analyzer and Sensors Overview
View/download the TOC Spectrum above by clicking here. GE Analytical Instruments leads the Total Organic Carbon (TOC) analyzer industry with its sensitive, selective, easy-to-use line of Sievers Total Organic Carbon (TOC) Analyzers and the convenient, battery-operated CheckPoint TOC Sensor. TOC Analyzers and Sensor Models
The ultrapure water (UPW) models — the NEW Sievers M9 Series (M9 Laboratory, M9 Portable, M9 On-Line) along with the Sievers 500 RL, 500 RLe TOC Analyzers — combine UV/Persulfate oxidation with the Sievers Membrane Conductometric Detection Technique for the most accurate TOC measuring technology available for UPW. This technology evolved under a NASA contract to develop an instrument to monitor drinking water quality in space. The resulting model, the Sievers 800 TOC Analyzer, represented a true breakthrough in TOC analysis. Today's generation of Sievers UPW TOC Analyzers provide unmatched analytical performance, reliability, and ease of use to meet your specific UPW application needs and today's rigorous quality initiatives.
The M5310 C Series (M5310 C Lab, M5310 C On-Line, and M5310 C Portable) are the next generation membrane-based TOC Analyzers designed specifically for municipal drinking water. Lab and portable models can be used with the GE Autosampler. The portable can be used for grab sampling or on-line monitoring. All models include a TOC removal feature.
The CheckPoint Portable/On-Line TOC Sensor is the first battery-operated TOC measuring device available. It was designed for rapid, 15-second water system diagnostics and troubleshooting. CheckPoint weighs just 3.6 kg (7.9 lb with battery) and is simple to operate and maintain.
The Sievers InnovOx Laboratory and InnovOx On-Line TOC Analyzers monitor industrial process, environmental and wastewater samples across a dynamic operating range of 0.5 to 50,000 ppm. Both models use an innovative Supercritical Water Oxidation (SCWO) technique that provides unmatched oxidation robustness and analyzer uptime.