Plug and Analyze Series: single-parameter online analyzers

The Plug and Analyze series of online analyzers come complete, preconfigured, and programmed for their specific applications.

Simply connect the power, sample, and reagent lines and the units are up and running producing reliable results. The analyzers can be used for monitoring a variety of components in water, such as silica, phosphate, ammonia, nitrate, zinc, and copper, to name but a few.

Key features

  • Preconfigured, programmed, and calibrated for their specific applications
  • Automatic validation of the measurement
  • Large measuring and calibrated ranges
  • Low reagent usage
  • External interface for sample preconditioning and plant connectivity

Low running costs

High uptimes and minimal maintenance lead to low operating costs.

The Plug and Analyze instruments are easy to maintain because of the robust measuring techniques applied and hardware devices used.

A watchful eye on your water quality

Powerful conditional actions can be performed in the case of unusual analysis results or errors.

No value, loss of sample, out of limit or range, or unstable values are some examples of situations which can be used to prompt diagnostic alarms and additional cleaning, calibration, and standard cycles.

ICON Analyzer: high sensitivity and interference-free

Using an innovative Differential Absorbance Colorimetry (DAC) technique, the analyzer eliminates the effect of sample color, turbidity, and cell fouling from all measurements – which are common failures with most colorimetric instruments, causing erroneous results.

The wide range of LED sources and filters available provides supreme sensitivity and accuracy even in low sample concentrations over a wide range of applications. Built-in validation and calibration help to produce reliable results you can depend on.

Alert Ion Analyzer with validated results

The single-parameter Ion Analyzer uses the unique Dynamic Standard Addition (DSA) technique to enhance the accuracy of ion-selective measurements.

Each analysis is validated against a known volume of standard solution based on an initial reading of the ISE and is unaffected by other compounds in the sample.

Sample temperature changes that commonly cause electrode drift are automatically compensated for in order to assure reliable results for continuous monitoring.