Shimadzu introduces mercury-free TOC-1000e analyser for pure water

In consideration of the environment, the eTOC series will be the first analyser to use an excimer lamp rather than a mercury lamp

The TOC-1000e combines the industry’s smallest and lightest cabinet with the biggest colour touch panel display, simplifying operations and making measurement values easy to read. The new “active-path” design minimises sample residue in the flow channel, ensuring high sensitivity with a detection limit of 0.1 μg/L is maintained during long term use, making it ideal for fields requiring high-purity water, including pharmaceuticals, semiconductors, food & beverages, chemistry, and precision equipment.

General Total Organic Carbon (TOC) analysers for pure water use mercury lamps as the light source within the instrument. In consideration of the environment, the eTOC series will be the first analyser to use an excimer lamp rather than a mercury lamp.

Furthermore, the efficient and easy to use TOC-1000e is compatible with the regulatory compliance and pharmacopeia requirements. It is equipped with security functions, including user authentication and operational log records, supporting compatibility with CFR 21 Part 11. The LabSolutions software program provides integrated management of measurement data together with data from laboratory TOC analysers and other analytical instruments.

TOC analysers are utilised for water quality control and environmental investigations. Shimadzu TOC analysers are suited to laboratories and on-line measurements of environmental and waste water, and hold the biggest share of the global market. The eTOC series is Shimadzu’s first on-line analyser designed especially for pure water measurements.

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