TriOS enviroFlu oil-in-water sensor

Monday, 04 September, 2017 | Supplied by: Control Components Pty Ltd


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The TriOS enviroFlu is a submersible sensor for the measurement of oil in water. In order to improve sensitivity, the sensor utilises a UV fluorescence measuring principle rather than the more conventionally used infrared scattering or absorption methods. This allows the enviroFlu to determine the slightest traces of polyaromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) in water, essential for safe operation in drinking water and condensation system cooling water.

Significant application areas include the petrochemical industry, leakage detection in cooling or wastewater streams, as well as general environmental monitoring and protection of RO membranes in desalination plants. TriOS has certification for marine customers monitoring bilge water and exhaust gas scrubbers according to IMO regulations like MEPC.184(59). Optionally available with titanium construction, the sensor can be easily incorporated into unmanned sea water monitoring systems.

The enviroFlu can be mounted inline to monitor flow in piping, submerged in deep sea marine applications (down to 6000 m) or used as a mobile device with the optional handheld kit which includes battery power.

A nano-coating reduces build-up and fouling of the measuring window, reducing sensor maintenance. The enviroFlu provides sensitive, real-time monitoring without the need for sample preparation and consumable reagents.

For more information: http://www.controlcomponents.com.au/products/category/87/23/fluorometers.

Online: www.controlcomponents.com.au
Phone: 02 9542 8977
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