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Quick COD Lab

Quick COD Lab

The COD procedure is based on the thermal oxidation of the sample at 1,200°C, with subsequent detection of the oxygen consumption. This method (ASTM D6238-98) has been employed hundreds of times in the field of online monitoring and has been specially developed for use in the laboratory.

The crucial point with QuickCODlab: The hightemperature procedure enables the reliable oxidization of all the organic compounds in the sample at a temperature of 1,200°C. The procedure does not need any catalysts or other hazardous or corrosive reagents.Furthermore, the measurement results are free of chloride interference due to the unique process management. The homogenized sample is injected directly into the reactor, where it is completely o-xidised and accurately analysed with an O2 detector.

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  • The COD value indicates the amount of oxygen consumed during the oxidation of organic substances of a water sample.

    A temperature of 1,200°C guarantees complete combustion and eliminates the need for chemicals.

    Very low operating and maintenance costs.

    Measurements in just three minutes.


    Very low operating and maintenance costs.

    Closed system to prevent contamination

    Accurate determination of the real COD.

    Measurement range 0-10000 mg/l.

    Excellent chloride acceptance.

    Predefined injection volumes.

    Very low measurement costs.

    Easy to operate.

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