Industrial Liquid Monitoring

Reliable results with low cost of ownership

Liquid Analyzers

Optoseven’s optical liquid analyzers are robust and have proven the reliability at field in a wide range of applications. Analyzers may be used at any industrial sector for control and monitoring purposes. Unique designs of the analyzer deploy effective automatic cleaning of the system allowing to measure waters at even the harshest conditions.

  1. Manages in harsh conditions.
  2. Automatic cleaning.
  3. Reliable results without drift.
  4. Self-diagnostics.
  5. Wide measuring range.

Reliable results

In addition to automatic cleaning, Optoseven FSA-CT1000 liquid analyzer has automatic zero calibration adjustment, causing that there is no drift in the results. Self-diagnostics also continuously monitors analyzer performance and even identifies possible sample cell contamination which can be tackled by adjusting parameters for the cleaning operation. These are the major advantages compared to the other type of liquid analyzers. Hence, there is no need for manual cleaning or other manual maintenance, meaning reduced user costs.

Wide measuring range

The Optoseven optical measuring method allows for an exceptionally wide measuring range and it is possible to measure even both well-purified and waste waters with a single Optoseven FSA-CT1000 liquid analyzer unit without any modifications. High sensitivity means low detection limits. Multipoint sampling allows for measurements in different places or phases of the process.

Tailored systems

The modular structure of the Optoseven FSA-CT1000 liquid analyzer allows customer based modifications. Tailored systems can be constructed for different kinds of applications with cooperation of Optoseven professionals. Learn more about Optoseven liquid analyzer customisation or ask us directly.

FSA-CT1000 analyzer can measure simultaneously up to four parameters from the following list:

  • UV-absorbance
  • Turbidity
  • Nitrate
  • Chlorophyll-a (algae)
  • Phycocyanin (blue-green algae)

By correlation:

  • TSS (total suspended solids)
  • COD (chemical oxygen demand)
  • BOD (biological oxygen demand)
  • TOC (total organic carbon)