HACH BIOTECTOR B3500e TOC (Total Organic Carbon) Analyzer
Ultra high cost performance: To achieve the highest reliability of TOC analysis in the water treatment industry, and the cost is extremely low.
Hach® BioTector B3500e uses industry-leading patented self-cleaning technology to achieve accurate online TOC analysis. After verification, the B3500e has a total normal operating rate of 99.86%, ensuring reliable measurement results and highest availability. Ideal for the water treatment industry, the B3500e can help you meet various standards while minimizing operating costs.
Meet environmental requirements
The B3500e is specifically designed to monitor the discharge of wastewater treatment plants to meet the TOC requirements in water regulations. Complying with the requirements of relevant laws and regulations can not only save you a large amount of penalties for overruns, but also protect the local environment.
Very low cost of ownership
The pump tubing can be replaced by itself and only needs to be calibrated twice a year to ensure lower maintenance costs for the Hach BioTector B3500e.
Intelligent design, worry-free TOC monitoring
The B3500e is equipped with a built-in self-cleaning sample tube and reactor to ensure that even if the water sample contains a certain amount of fat, grease, sludge or slight pH fluctuations, the B3500e can still provide reliable and reliable measurement results.
Trusted monitoring information
Using BioTector's patented advanced secondary oxidation technology that has been proven in practice worldwide, the B3500e can guarantee maximum uptime, highest reliability, and accuracy.
Enjoy measurement results anytime, anywhere
With the B3500e analyzer, you can remotely view TOC results through the BioTector network control device in the office, at home, or outdoors.
Principle of operation
Acid is added to lower the pH, so that the inorganic carbon is purged out as CO2. The purpose of testing total inorganic carbon (TIC) is to ensure that it is not brought into the TOC.
BioTector's patented oxidation method (TSAO) is used to achieve complete and complete oxidation of samples, including the conversion of organic carbon to CO2. TSAO uses hydroxyl radicals generated by sodium hydroxide combined with oxygen passing through an ozone generator as an oxidant.
In order to remove CO2 generated by oxidation, the pH of the sample needs to be lowered again. CO2 is purged out and measured by a specially developed NDIR CO2 detector. The results are displayed in total organic carbon (TOC).
The entire system will automatically clean itself during each measurement cycle through the reaction process.
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|Measurement parameters||Measure TOC, TIC and TC|
|Range||0-250 or 0-1000 mg / L C|
|Range selection||Automatic or manual range selection|
|Repeatability||± 3% of reading or ± 0.45 mg / L C (ppm), whichever is greater|
|communication||Modbus, Profibus, Ethernet and Internet network control|
|User Interface||Microcontroller with membrane keyboard|
|Display||High contrast 40 × 16 LED backlit LCD display|
|Measurement methods||Determination of CO2 by infrared measurement after oxidation|
|Sample temperature||0 to 60 ° C (36 to 140 ° F)|
Patented Advanced Secondary Oxidation Method (TSAO) using hydroxyl radicals
|Ambient temperature||5 to 40 ° C (41 to 113 ºF)|
|humidity||5 to 85% (no condensation)|
|Maintenance cycle||Maintenance every six months|
|Number of channels||Single channel and manual sampling|
|Power requirements (voltage)||230 VAC|
|Power requirements (Hz)||50/60 Hz|
|circulation time||Usually 7 minutes and 30 seconds|
|Over-standard tracking||Over-standard tracking concentration range up to 1,000 mg / L C|
|Particle size||Max. 100 µm|
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|weight||46 kg (101.41 lbs)|
|Dimensions (Height x Width x Depth)||750 mm x 500 mm x 320 mm|