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SWAN ANALYTICAL PRODUCTS AND SERVICES

Monitor AMI Deltacon Power Monitor AMI Deltacon Power

Complete monitoring system for the automatic, continuous measurement of the conductivity before (specific / total conductivity) and after a cation exchanger (acid / cation conductivity).

Monitor AMI Deltacon DG Monitor AMI Deltacon DG

Complete monitoring system based on ASTM D4519-94 for the automatic, - continuous measurement of three conductivity values in water-steam cycles

AMI INSPECTOR Conductivity AMI INSPECTOR Conductivity

Portable inspection equipment for quality assurance of conductivity monitors.

AMI INSPECTOR Oxygen AMI INSPECTOR Oxygen

Portable inspection equipment for quality assurance of trace oxygen monitors.

AMI INSPECTOR pH AMI INSPECTOR pH

Portable inspection equipment for quality assurance of pH monitors.

Monitor AMI pH-Redox Monitor AMI pH-Redox

Monitor for continuous measurement of pH or redox (ORP) in potable water and effluents.

Analyzer AMI Sodium A Analyzer AMI Sodium A

Analyzer for the continuous determination of dissolved sodium in the ppb-range for steam, condensate and high purity water. For samples with low pH (e.g. sampling after cation exchangers).

Analyzer AMI Sodium P Analyzer AMI Sodium P

Analyzer for the continuous determination of dissolved sodium in the ppb-range for steam, condensate and high purity water for samples with pH ≥ 7.

Monitor AMI LineTOC Monitor AMI LineTOC

Complete monitoring system for the automatic, continuous measurement of total organic carbon (TOC) in pure and high purity water.

Transmitter AMU Inducon Transmitter AMU Inducon

Electronic transmitter & controller for the measurement of specific conductivity, concentration, salinity and TDS.

Monitor AMI Hydrogen QED Monitor AMI Hydrogen QED

Monitor for continuous measurement of dissolved hydrogen in water steam cycles.

AMI INSPECTOR Hydrogen AMI INSPECTOR Hydrogen

Portable inspection equipment for trace measurement of dissolved hydrogen in water steam cycle.

AMI Sample Sequencer AMI Sample Sequencer

Complete system for the automatic, continuous multiplexing of up to six sample streams to 1 process analyzer.

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CONTACT INFORMATION

Swan Analytical USA

225 Larkin Dr

Wheeling, IL 60090

UNITED STATES

Phone: 847-229-1290

Fax: 847-229-1320

Contact: Dominic O'Donnell

FEATURED ARTICLES

  • Conventional Resin Cation Exchangers Versus EDI For Cace Measurement In Power Plants
    Conventional Resin Cation Exchangers Versus EDI For Cace Measurement In Power Plants

    The conductivity measurement after a cation exchanger in power plants with steam turbines was introduced soon after 1950 by Larson and Lane [1]. As a result of the simple measuring principle, the sensitivity and its high reliability, the conductivity measurement after cation exchanger has become the most commonly used analytical method in power plants with steam generators.

  • Continuous Analyzer Integrated Data Validation
    Continuous Analyzer Integrated Data Validation

    Continuous analyzers are an integral part of the process to maintain quality, ensure compliance, and protect public health. Therefore it is imperative to ensure the analyzers are functioning properly and provide accurate and reliable data. This requires validation of the data provided by the analyzer on a routine basis. In addition some continuous analyzers incorporate internal data validation capabilities to inform the end user the reliability of the data provided by the analyzer. This paper discusses integrated data validation and how they may be integrated into SCADA systems.

  • Degassed Conductivity Analyzer for Faster Unit Startups

    Today’s demands require generating units to rapidly respond to changing generation requirements and supply fluctuations from renewables such as solar and wind power. OEM’s have designed combined cycle units that can reach full load in less than 30 minutes without sacrificing efficiency or parts life. To achieve this, the OEM’s have incorporated degassed conductivity as their steam purity conductivity requirement.

  • Innovations In UV Oxidation Direct Conductivity TOC Measurement To Improve Accuracy And Precision
    Innovations In UV Oxidation Direct Conductivity TOC Measurement To Improve Accuracy And Precision

    This report gives a brief outline of the general measuring methods. Further, it illustrates the possibilities and limitations of the direct UV oxidation, as well as which technical modifications were made to the monitoring instrument, AMI Line TOC, to improve the performance of the UV reactor and, therefore, the precision of the instrument.

  • 10 Answers For Steam Generation Conductivity
    10 Answers For Steam Generation Conductivity

    When you’re running a steam-generation power plant, the more information you can get about the conductivity process, the better. Details about the startup, condensate, and feedwater systems can help with efficiency and to avoid costly mistakes. In this field, those statistics aren’t just a luxury, they are required reading.

  • Managing Chemistry To Mitigate Flow Accelerated Corrosion
    Managing Chemistry To Mitigate Flow Accelerated Corrosion

    FAC is a corrosion mechanism that increases operating and maintenance costs, impacts unit reliability, and most importantly can be a safety concern. Cycle chemistry must be customized for each unit to address its unique design and operating issues. This requires representative sampling, accurate and reliable continuous monitoring, and meticulous control of the chemistry to minimize and hopefully mitigate FAC. Many factors in today’s environment impact unit operations and chemistry control.

  • Measured Versus Calculated pH In Steam Water Cycles

    Solution pH is the most important and most difficult parameter measured in the steam/water cycle. There two methods of monitoring pH in this environment, direct measure and calculated pH by differential conductivity.

  • The Value Of Continuous Instrumentation To The Operator & Why Manufacturers Should Listen To Their Needs
    The Value Of Continuous Instrumentation To The Operator & Why Manufacturers Should Listen To Their Needs

    When I began my career as a power plant chemist most continuous analyzers were trending devices at best.  Conductivity was the most reliable analyzer and the temperature compensation algorithms were marginal.  Sample conditioning with respect to sample temperature control was not very good as well. By Randy C. Turner, Technical Director, Swan Analytical USA