UV flourescence
Measuring range
0 to 100 ppm of ringed hydro-carbons
Ambient temperature
operation up to 40°C (104°F)
Rapid cycle times
Low cost
Modbus option

With growing public awareness and concern for controlling water pollution and enactment of the Clean Water Act in 1972 (amended in 1977) it has become increasingly important to continuously monitor the quantity of effluents in waste water prior to discharge. Finding a method of accurately obtaining results in a cost effective manner has plagued industrial companies for years due to the nature of the chemistry involved.

The development of photometric and spectroscopic techniques has proved an invaluable tool in the application of on-line effluents monitoring. The removal of hazardous solutions and high temperature applications coupled with fast response and high accuracy has brought the use of photometric correlation techniques to the forefront of waste and process water monitoring.