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Mettler Toledo Thornton Introduces Portable Total Organic Carbon Analyzer

Published: Tuesday, March 25, 2014
Last Updated: Monday, March 24, 2014
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The Portable 450TOC Analyzer provides real-time, continuous TOC analysis with instant measurements at any point-of-use.

Mettler Toledo Process Analytics Division has released the 450TOC Portable Total Organic Carbon Analyzer for use in pure water and ultrapure water treatment applications.

High purity water is used across a variety of industries for many applications, ranging from a main ingredient in pharmaceutical and cosmetic products, washing and rinsing processes for microelectronics manufacturing, to steam generation in power generation and many production processes.

As a leading manufacturer of TOC instrumentation and other monitoring products vital to verifying water quality, Mettler Toledo Thornton has expanded its portfolio to include a portable TOC analyzer which meets the stringent requirements of the pharmaceutical, microelectronics, and power industries.

According to Mettler Toledo Thornton Global Product Manager, Steve Carelli, "In many industries where pure and ultrapure water is used, there is an increasing need to monitor the water quality at many points throughout the production and distribution system, as well as at points of use. Dedicated TOC sensors in the water system are installed at critical points to provide continuous, on-line monitoring. However, the use of fixed instrumentation at every point of use is often not feasible because of costs and system complexity. A portable TOC Analyzer is a very practical solution, easily allowing measurements to be taken at any point where short or long term monitoring may be desirable."


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