With the GO-6A (automatic outgassing and settling times 2) it is now possible to continuously treat even very heavily contaminated sample water.
For heavily contaminated sample water, there was previously our insensitive, easy-to-clean hose stripper. A consistent further development to reduce the maintenance effort is our GO-6A Stripper (automatic outgassing and settling and that times 2).
Until now, unwanted particles such as sand or similar also entered the reactor with the sample water via the peristaltic pump. This led to contamination in the hose system, increased wear of the delivery hose to the reactor and, of course, unnecessary dirt entry into the reactor.
With the GO-6A Stripper, this can be prevented to a large extent. Right at the beginning, unwanted, heavy particles can settle in a specially designed vessel under increased ambient pressure.
The discharge of these particles takes place automatically by means of a robust hose pinch valve. This means that time-consuming cleaning work on the valve is no longer necessary.
This first measure prevents unwanted particles from settling in the downstream hose stripper and leading to a measurement value carry-over. After the inorganic carbon has been stripped out, the sample water enters a settling tube, where any remaining unwanted particles can settle. At the same time, the sample for the reactor is taken from this.
At cyclical intervals, the hose pinch valve at the lower end of the settling pipe opens and the accumulated particles are removed.
Individually selectable settling and rinsing times make it possible to optimally adapt the system to the ambient conditions.