Traditional offline methods for oil in water analysis are not only time-consuming but also require significant manual effort. The implementation of the Oil in Water Online Analyzer eliminates the need for frequent laboratory analysis, reducing associated costs. Additionally, the real-time data generated by the analyzer facilitates predictive maintenance, enabling organizations to prevent equipment failures, optimize maintenance schedules, and extend equipment life. This proactive approach not only saves costs on emergency repairs but also improves overall operational reliability.
Commonly used oil-in-water detection methods include suspension, infrared spectrophotometry (unsuitable for low range), and ultraviolet spectrophotometry(unsuitable for high degree). Our online oil-in-water sensor uses the principle of fluorescence. Compared with several commonly used methods, the fluorescence method is more efficient and quicker and can be monitored in real-time.
The sensor has better repeatability and stability. A self-cleaning brush can be used to eliminate air bubbles, reduce the impact of contamination on the measurement, make the maintenance cycle longer, and maintain excellent stability for long-term online use. It can play an early warningrole on oil pollution in water. Suitable for oil quality monitoring, industrial circulating water, condensate, wastewater treatment, surface water stations, and other water quality monitoring scenarios.