SWAN Analytical USA Inc.
Swan Analytical USA supplies online continuous monitoring analytical instruments for raw and potable water. Measurements include conductivity, pH/ORP, phosphate, nitrate, ammonium, chlorine, bromine, fluoride and turbidity. Swan’s analyzers deliver high precision readings, SCADA-ready communications, control outputs and low maintenance operation.

Address

225 Larkin Drive, Unit 4
Wheeling, IL 60090
United States
Phone: 847.229.1290
Fax: 847.229.1320

Products + Services

The AMI ISE Fluoride comes as a complete system, premounted on a PVC panel, making installation easy. Durable but simple flow cell design makes calibration and validation simple, minimizing maintenance time and effort. Internal diagnostics let you validate analyzer results easily. Advanced data management provides data logging for 1,500 data records at selectable intervals, with a real time clock... more
  • The AMI ISE Fluoride comes as a complete system, premounted on a PVC panel, making installation easy. Durable but simple flow cell design makes calibration and validation simple, minimizing maintenance time and effort. Internal diagnostics let you validate analyzer results easily. Advanced data management provides data logging for 1,500 data records at selectable intervals, with a real time clock... more
  • The AMI Codes-II HC colorimetric process analyzer (iodometric-method) is designed for measurement of elevated chlorine up to 80 ppm. It offers the continuous online determination of disinfectants based on the iodometric colorimetric method (AWWA 4500-Cl C). It measures chlorine (CL2) and flow. The complete system includes measurement and control electronics, photometer, flow indicator,... more
  • The SWAN AMI Hydrogen QED monitor is designed for the continuous measurement of dissolved hydrogen in water steam cycles. It features integrated auto verification with faraday electrode setup, a range of 0.1 to 800 ppb or 0 to 50% saturation (at 25°C) and automatic air pressure and temperature compensation. more
  • The portable, battery powered SWAN AMI Inspector Hydrogen is designed for the measurement of dissolved hydrogen in water steam cycle. It features platinum a anode and a silver cathode; a measurement range from 0 to 800 ppb of dissolved hydrogen; an integrated NT5K temperature sensor; sample flow surveillance; a needle valve for sample flow control; a rechargeable battery for standalone operation... more
  • The SWAN AMI Silica analyzer is fitted with the new Periclip pump and 2-L reagent canisters for ease of maintenance, and it uses continuous flow photometry. It is intended for silica measurement mainly in water steam cycles and cooling and surface water. It can be equipped with an optional second sample stream-switching valve or connected to the AMI Sample Sequencer for... more
  • The SWAN AMI Sodium P measures dissolved sodium in feed water, steam and condensate. A solution for users in the power industry, the Sodium P features a measurement range of 0.1 to 10,000 ppb. It features continuous and worry-free monitoring of sample flow and reagent addition; a reliable reagent delivery system with easy-grab sample capability and the elimination of unnecessary moving... more

Unique Analyzer Sheds New Light on Turbidity

When a Midwestern municipality needed to select a new turbidimeter for its new water filtration plant, it discovered its current units had been discontinued. The... more

Product Categories

Instrumentation, Chlorine Testing; Instrumentation, Conductivity; Instrumentation, Dissolved Oxygen; Instrumentation, pH; Turbidimeters

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