Oil in Water Monitors

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EX100 , 1000

The EX-100 is a side stream analyzer using the fluorescence measurement technique.  The EX-1000 has the additional benefit of spectral analysis.

The introduction of Advanced Sensors revolutionary oil in water analyzers in 2005 began with the EX-100. It was the first on-going maintenance free analyzer to provide continuous uninterrupted accurate measurements of oil concentrations.

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EX-100M , 1000M
EX-100M , 1000M
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The EX-100M is a side stream analyzer using fluorescence for OIW measurement and microscopy for particle size analysis. The EX-1000M has the additional benefit of spectral analysis.

The introduction of Advanced Sensors revolutionary oil in water analyzers in 2005 gave users the first on-going maintenance free analyzer to provide continuous uninterrupted accurate measurements of oil conce... READ MORE >

ex 400m

The EX-400M is a side stream analyzer using microscopy for particle size analysis, commonly used to determine Total Suspended Solids (TSS).

The introduction of Advanced Sensors revolutionary oil in water analyzers in 2005 gave users the first on-going maintenance free analyzer to provide continuous uninterrupted accurate measurements of oil concentrations.

Now, with the introducti... READ MORE >

sa 100

The SA-100 is a side stream analyzer using the fluorescence measurement technique.  It is designed for use in non-hazardous areas.

Having successfully introduced revolutionary oil in water analyzers in 2005, Advanced Sensors have released its first analyser into non-hazardous areas and industries. The SA-100 requires zero on-going maintenance to provide continuous uninterrupted accurate... READ MORE >

tm 1000

The Advanced Sensors ATOM (Advanced Total Oil Measurement) Analyser combines numerous technologies to deliver online measurement capabilities that were previously impossible.

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