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Oil Traces in Process and Effluent Water


Discharging industrial waste water is a most sensitive ecological procedure. Due to ever more complex processes, there are an increasing number of possibilities that oil traces can enter waste water without being noticed. An operational disorder can be identified quickly using a continuous measurement of the oil traces. The operator can initiate actions to limit the damage, for example by diverting the contaminated water into a separate tank pool or lagoon. This collected water is then cleaned again before it is discharged on the outlet. This will not only avoid a possible ecological damage, but will equally avoid a costly financial penalty or even worse damage to their public image. The oil trace monitor OilGuard monitors effluent water continuously, reliable and with a minimum of maintenance requirements.
OilGuard 2 Ex
The OilGuard works on the fluorescence principle. The design uses a free-fall measuring system that eliminates contact between the sample and the flow cell. Adoptions to various types of oil are carried out by means of calibration curves, a control glass makes it easy to check or recalibrate the instrument. A pressurized-enclosure version is offered for areas requiring explosion protection.
OilGuard 2
The OilGuard works on the fluorescence principle. The design uses a free-fall measuring system that eliminates contact between the sample and the flow cell. Adoptions to various types of oil are carried out by means of calibration curves, a control glass makes it easy to check or recalibrate the instrument.
OilGuard Ex
The OilGuard works on the fluorescence principle. The design uses a free-fall measuring system that eliminates contact between the sample and the flow cell. Adoptions to various types of oil are carried out by means of calibration curves, a control glass makes it easy to check or recalibrate the instrument. A pressurized-enclosure version is offered for areas requiring explosion protection.
OilGuard
The OilGuard works on the fluorescence principle. The design uses a free-fall measuring system that eliminates contact between the sample and the flow cell. Adoptions to various types of oil are carried out by means of calibration curves, a control glass makes it easy to check or recalibrate the instrument. A pressurized-enclosure version is offered for areas requiring explosion protection.
OilGuard Ex (Bachmann)
The OilGuard works on the fluorescence principle. The design uses a free-fall measuring system that eliminates contact between the sample and the flow cell. Adoptions to various types of oil are carried out by means of calibration curves, a control glass makes it easy to check or recalibrate the instrument. A pressurized-enclosure version is offered for areas requiring explosion protection.

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