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Measure phenol in water - 0 to 200 ppm

PHENOL

Phenols may occur in domestic and industrial wastewaters, natural waters and potable water supplies. Chlorination of such waters may produce odorous and objectionable-tasting chlorophenols. Phenol removal processes in water treatment include superchlorination, chlorine dioxideor chloramine treatment, ozonation and activated carbon absorption.

TYTRONICS'® SENTINEL

Tytronics’ Sentinel is an on-line colorimetric analyzer that measures phosphate using methods that duplicate the procedures from the Standard Methods for the Examination of Water and Wastewater, APHA, AWWA, WEF. The instrument uses a batch sampling technique that allows the use of 0.25” tubing for sample lines so small amounts of solids will not affect instrument performance.

Other advantages of batch sampling are:

  • Analytical results are not affected by sample and reagent flows.

  • Analyses are only performed as frequently as required, minimizing reagent consumption. Features:

  • Provides continuous on-line analysis of water or wastewater stream;

  • Ensures maximum reliability;

  • Ease of maintenance, rugged design;

  • Self-checking for easy diagnostics;

  • Minimizes sampling requirements;

  • Multiple communication ports, including bi-directional RS 232.

METHODS

Phenol compounds react with 4-aminoantipyrine at pH 7.9 in the presence of potassium ferricyanide to form a colored antipyrine dye. This dye is kept in aqueous solution and the absorbance is measured at 540 nm.

phenols in water

Enhanced Features of Tytronics’ Sentinel:

  • Programmable from 1 to 10 methods for a single analysis compound;

  • Up to 3 different calibration methods;

  • Eight relay outputs, multi-programmable on each relay;

  • Alarm functions, including sample flow, reagent level detection;

  • From 1 to 6 stream configurations standard.

Use our Tytronics Sentinel for measuring phenol in water



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