Sievers 5310 C Laboratory TOC Analyzer

Sievers 5310 C Laboratory TOC Analyzer

GE Healthcare

The Sievers 5310 C Laboratory TOC Analyzer, a member of the Sievers 900 Series, was developed specifically for drinking water applications. The 5310 C has an analytical range of 30 parts-per-trillion ...read more

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The Sievers 5310 C Laboratory TOC Analyzer, a member of the Sievers 900 Series, was developed specifically for drinking water applications. The 5310 C has an analytical range of 30 parts-per-trillion to 50 parts-per-million and utilizes SM 5310 C for USEPA compliance monitoring of raw and finished drinking water. The 5310 C provides unsurpassed ease of use, industry-best analytical performance, and a low cost of ownership for water quality analysis.

The GE Healthcare 5310 C offers superior productivity for laboratory TOC measurements. Automated calibration and verification procedures, 4-minute analysis time, and automated reagent adjustment combine for an unequalled level of efficiency, flexibility, and ease of use. The 5310 C can be used with the 900 Autosampler, which features convenient random access capability and up to 120 sample positions.

The 5310 C Laboratory was engineered for ease of use and cost-effective operation. It needs no external reagents or gas supplies and requires only a few hours of preventive maintenance each year. Twelve-month calibration stability frees analysts to perform other critical tasks. A large, color touch-screen display provides an intuitive menu for easy setup of instrument parameters. A small 19.2-cm (7.6-in) wide profile efficiently uses valuable bench space.

The Sievers 5310 C Analyzer uses the UV/persulfate oxidation method and patented Sievers Membrane Conductometric Detection technology, which delivers unmatched accuracy and precision across the Analyzer’s wide operating range.

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