After injecting the water sample and solvent, all you have to do is press the start button. And the system will automatically conduct the monitoring operation from oil extraction to sample measurement and draining. Illuminating the takes makes it easy to check the phase separation between sample and solvent and set the extraction time. It also reduces the running cost. Measurement mode — Measurement can be switched automatically or manually. Auto mode — Stirring, measurement and draining are automatically conducted after injection of the sample.
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The extraction of the oil can be done by Freon and S As a result, the OCMA is quick, easy to use, accurate, and reliable. Measurement Process The sample will flow into the measurement cell where it is measured. Stage 2 Close the extraction valve and open the drainage valve. The previously measured sample will drain out of the unit. Open both the extraction and drainage valves simultaneously.
The all fluid will drain out of the unit. To assure proper measurement of your oil sample, the extraction time can be preset in 10 second increments to any desired interval from 10 seconds to 10 minutes.
Manual control No optical adjustments The two valve system lets you make sure that your sample is measured properly. Inject your sample and press the extract button to initiate mixing and separation. You can visually confirm mixing and separation through the sample window. Open the upper valve extraction valve , and the sample will flow into the measuring cell. An overflow system discharges any excess sample. The lower valve drainage valve allows you to drain the sample after it has been measured.
The troublesome optical adjustments commonly required by conventional pneumatic NDIR analyzers are no longer necessary. This eliminates the need for range-switching and provides fast, accurate measurements for all types of samples, regardless of concentration levels.
The backlit LCD makes it easy to read the results even bright, sunlight. Should anything out of the ordinary occur, an alarm light will turn on, and an appropriate error message will appear on the operation display panel.
This prevents the cell from being damaged, while insuring that the sample being measured is not contaminated. Each data set includes a measurement ID number, the time of measurement, and the measured value. RSC and parallel printer ports Using these ports, you can output results directly to your computer, data logger, or printer.
Extraction Solvent Type S extracts all oil components soil samples, or product surfaces. The extract is measured using IR absorbance, a non-dispersive infrared spectrophotometric technique which is specific to hydrocarbons such as oil.
All hydrocarbons, including oils, absorb infrared radiation between 3. As a result, the unit measures any hydrocarbons in the extraction solvent quickly and accurately, with no distortion of values due to the presence of the solvent.
Horiba OCMA-310 / OCMA-350 Oil Content Analyzers
The amount of trace hydrocarbons in soil or water can be assessed using the Horiba OCMA Oil Content Analyser, along with the ability to check for residual hydrocarbons on pre-cleaned products. The OCMA Oil Content Analyser has a broad measurement range, which helps eliminate the requirement of difficult and complicated range switching. You simply inject your sample and then press the extract button which starts the mixing and separation process. The mixing and separation process can be visually observed through the sample window. You then open the upper extraction valve and the sample will then flow into the measuring cell. In the meantime, an oil and water separation filter stops water from entering the cell, with an overflow system discharging any excess sample.
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