The EX-100P and the EX-100P2 are respectively a single ...

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Oil in Water
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The EX-100P and the EX-100P2 are respectively a single and dual in-line probe Oil in Water analysers that use fluorescence to provide continuous accurate measurements of oil concentration in water. The additional probe on the EX-100P2 allows monitoring of two process points simultaneously with dual readings displayed on the analyser. Reliable real-time data enables operators to take accurate measurements and to improve efficiency enabling cost reductions.

In addition to the standard probe features the EX-1000P(2) models offer spectral analysis.

Features and Benefits

  • Patented ultrasonic cleaning
  • Laser Induced Fluorescence (LIF)
  • Second probe for simultaneous dual measurement
  • (EX-100P2/1000P2)
  • Effective means of monitoring performance of separation equipment both inlet and outlet (EX-100P2/1000P2)
  • Both readings available on screen and via output signals (EX-100P2/1000P2)
  • Single or double block & bleed valves are available for hot insertion or extraction of probes
  • Configurable measurement ranges
  • (0-10 ppm […] up to 0-20,000 ppm)
  • Measurement repeatability ±1% of full scale range
  • Remote management and diagnostics
  • Easy to install (no sample conditioning required)
  • Multiple communications options – 4-20 mA, HART, Modbus, Extended Ethernet
  • Optional integrated spectrometer
  • Auto tuning functionality
  • Digital input & output
  • Robust and reliable
  • Easy to use
  • Simultaneous measurement of two streams for one device (EX-100P2 and EX-1000P2)
  • Low Cost of Ownership (COO) with no routine maintenance
  • No degradation of signal or recalibration required
  • In-line probes allows for analyser to be located up to 30m from probes location
  • In-line probes are installed directly into process pipes
  • Remote control and monitoring (suitable for un-manned locations and remote process monitoring)
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