Total Organic Carbon
Total organic carbon analyzer (TOC) uses persulfate oxidation by UV to produce carbon even from challenging matrices. The total organic carbon analyzer (TOC), using the patented static pressure concentration (SPC) technology, is capable of achieving the highest sensitivity to a non-distributed infrared detector (NDIR). Total organic carbon analyzer (TOC) is based on the latest technology and is designed to be usable for a wide range of applications.
The total organic carbon analyzer (TOC) is a solution to the problem of increasing sample size along with improving the reliability of the total organic carbon analysis data.
- Automatic calibration monitoring without the need for monitoring
- Automatic dilution of existing standards or samples
- Self-diagnostic tools
- Electronic capability 21 CFR-Part 11
- Electronic Signatures (ERES) including tracking and managing user accounts, reports that can be extracted in user-defined formats such as metadata
SPC technology for better sensitivity and performance. During TOC analysis, organic carbon is oxidized in a UV container with a very powerful design. The carrier gas accurately moves the CO2 gas from the sample to the detector. An outlet closes the detector to absorb all CO2 in a measurement. Then CO2 is depleted from the detector cell.
The overall benefit of the SPC detection technology is that the full response of the TOC in a detector cell is measured. This technique eliminates the inherent error associated with other detector technologies.
With years of experience in providing various types of Total Organic Carbon and other chemical analyzers, Fanavari Pishrafteh Jahan is ready to provide widespread services to researchers and manufacturers.
The range of FPJ services includes installing, repairing, troubleshooting, and periodic service of advanced instrumentation and chemical analyzers and calibration services, validation and IQ, OQ, and PQ certification.
Experts from the technical department of FPJ, experienced in the years of repairing and service of a variety of specialized analyzers, and based on the training received from specialized courses held by reputable European and Asian companies, are prepared to provide services to all new, faulty and disabled laboratory equipment.