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The CA72TOC analyzer determines the total organic carbon (TOC) content in a number of industries.

High temperature TOC analyzer CA72TOC

Reliable online monitoring of industrial wastewater

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  • Measuring principle

    UV photometric

  • Characteristic

    Analyzer for online-determination of TOC in aqueous media using thermic catalytic combustion

  • Size

    1558 x 785 x 400 mm
    61.3 x 30.9 x 15.8 inch

  • Design


  • Process temperature

    0 to 40 °C (32 to 104 °F)

  • Ambient temperature

    5 to 35 °C (41 to 95 °F)

  • Process pressure

    Pressure free

  • Sample flow rate

    20 ml/min (0.32 US gal/hr)

  • Consistency of the sample

    Flammable substances are not allowed in ignitable concentrations, in such cases a sample dilution is required

  • Specials

    Heatable Salt Trap
    Exchange furnace concept
    pH-controlled acid dosage with TIC stripping

  • Application

    Industrial wastewater monitoring
    Control of process wastewater
    Monitoring of industrial surface water
    Recording of the carbon load to control the nutrient dosage

  • Power supply

    115 VAC, 230 VAC, 50/60Hz

  • Output / communication

    0/4 to 20 mA, galvanically separated
    Two channel version has an addtional one
    RS 232 C, propietary, for data output and remote control (optional)

  • Input

    8 signal inputs 24 V DC, ative, load max. 500 Ohm

  • Measurement range

    0.25 to 600 mg TOC/l
    1 to 2400 mg TOC/l
    2.5 to 6000 mg TOC/l
    5 to 12000 mg TOC/l
    With the optional pre-dilution the measuring range will expand by the factor of 20

  • Consumables

    Stripp reagent, KHP or citric acid standard