Chemistry modules

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Chemistry modules

Analytical Technology's gas phase chemistry modules are online monitoring systems that utilize air-stripping methodology. This analytical method is designed for sample streams that are highly contaminated with solids or biological activity. Chemistry modules for non-oxidizing chemicals use pH adjustment of the sample prior to measurement. By using air-stripping technology, the sensor is removed from the liquid phase, thereby preventing contaminants from fouling the sensor. The technology requires less system maintenance, lowering system-operating cost. The modules are available with ATI's sulfite, sulfide, total residual chlorine, fluoride, nitrate, and potassium permanganate monitors.

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