The spectro::lyser™ measures the entire absorption spectrum and is used by many drinking water providers all over the world as a pivotal component in their raw water monitoring.
The carbo::lyser is ideal for the measurement of the organic carbon load, represented by parameters like SAC, T(D)OC, COD, or BOD, and at the same time, turbidity / solids concentration.
The multi::lyser is a combination of s::can carbo::lyser and nitro::lyser. That means that the s::can multi::lyser is characterised by measuring organic carbon & nitrate for a multitude of pre-defined applications.
Applications range from (ultra) pure water in the μg/l range up to industrial waste waters in the g/l range. The nitrate concentration displayed is not sensitive to cross-influences from other substance groups such as organic carbon or total solids.
Measurement of ozone in water is what the ozo::lyser is optimized for. This member of the spectrometer family is optimized to determine concentrations of ozone dissolved in water on-line and in situ.
The sulfi::lyser is ideal for the measurement of TSS & HS & NO3-N and in combination with the con::cube terminal and an additional pH::lyser it can also be used to measure H2S.
The uv::lyser monitors turbidity or TSS and up to 4 freely chosen wavelengths between 190 and 390 nm.
i::scan – the new miniature multi-parameter spectrophotometer probe will revolutionize online water quality monitoring.
The new i::scan combines the high performance of a multi wavelength spectrophotometer with even lower costs than simple photometers!
Our s::can range measures a wide range of parameters in numerous applications. From our very solid-state pH-probe to our highly innovative spectral probes, all our products are developed with the same philosophy in mind: s::can measuring instruments are intelligent, robust and require little or no maintenance. They can be seamlessly integrated with other s::can systems but are also compatible with third-party systems.
More than 5000 s::can monitoring systems are in use worldwide for drinking, environmental, waste, and industrial water applications.