The winner of IBO's Gold Portable Instrument Design in 2005, the 900 Portable was engineered for ease of use and cost-effective operation, requiring no external reagents or gas supplies. It can be used for single grab samples or in a process stream for continuous on-line TOC measurement. The Analyzer is the first and only general purpose, full-range portable TOC instrument available Find great deals on a wide selection of Sievers TOC-900 Portable (Total Organic Carbon) Analyzers in Auctions, and Classified for sale ads on LabX.
The Portable Sievers 900 Total Organic Carbon (TOC) analyzer is the most versatile of the 900 series of TOC analyzers and can be used for a variety of applications as well as for quality of feed water. From ultra-pure water to drinking water and industrial process waters, the Portable 900 analyzer provides superior accuracy and precision over a single dynamic operating range from 0.03 parts per billion (ppb) to 50 parts per million (ppm). With a weight of only 12.5 kg, the Portable 900 analyzer can easily be placed anywhere in a process environment.
Troubleshooting, single sampling and continuous on-line monitoring
Low weight and compact design make the portable 900 analyzer a powerful analysis tool for troubleshooting. The analyzer can be carried to any point in a water system and used for single or continuous TOC measurements. For laboratory TOC analysis applications with a larger volume, it can also be used with the optional GE Autosampler.
For regenerative applications, the Portable Sievers 900 is available with a turbo mode. The Portable Sievers 900 Turbo delivers fast and accurate Total Organic Carbon (TOC) data over a wide operating range. The specifications include an analysis time of 4 seconds, a response time of 2.5 minutes and a wide analysis range from 0.20 parts per billion (ppb) to 10 parts per million (ppm) TOC.
The Portable Sievers 900 Analyzer has won the International Business Outlook's (IBO) 2005 Gold Award for Portable Analytical Instrument Industrial Design (Industrial Design for Portable Analyzers). The criteria were, among other things, originality, user functions and contemporary styling.