Technology Analyzes Industrial Process Water Samples

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New technology from GE will make it easier for the water process industry to analyze difficult industrial water samples. 

Expanding GE’s capabilities for process, environmental and wastewater analysis, the Sievers InnovOx On-Line Total Organic Carbon (TOC) Analyzer will allow users to analyze challenging water samples on a routine basis without requiring excessive preventive maintenance. Monitoring the levels of TOC in the water is an important step for industrial users to control processes that are critical to their operations and to comply with regulations.

The Sievers InnovOx offers increased uptime and instrument reliability, two important features when it comes to analyzing difficult industrial samples. It has been designed by GE Power & Water’s analytical instruments unit (www.geinstruments.com) for the petrochemical, petroleum, pulp and paper and food and beverage markets, as well as environmental organizations and municipalities.

The InnovOx On-Line, like its InnovOx Laboratory model predecessor, uses an innovative Supercritical Water Oxidation (SCWO) technique that offers enhanced reliability, greater ease of use and lower maintenance than other TOC analyzers available today. By utilizing SCWO, the InnovOx is the TOC instrument most capable of cost effectively analyzing difficult industrial process, environmental and wastewater samples on a routine basis.

Company Information

    GE Analytical Instruments

  • 6060 Spine Road
  • Boulder, CO 80301 (see map)
  • Phone: (303) 444-2009
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