Thermo Fisher Offers New Online Process Analyzer

Feb. 11, 2014
The Orion Chlorine XP analyzer measures key water quality parameters

A new online process analyzer that measures chlorine and other key water quality parameters is designed to deliver high performance and cost of ownership savings in drinking water, industrial and wastewater treatment applications.

The Thermo Scientific Orion Chlorine XP analyzer uses colorimetric DPD chemistry to provide accurate measurements of free, total residual and combined chlorine in water. Design innovations in the Chlorine XP analyzer also measure other key water quality parameters—such as pH and temperature—reducing the need to purchase multiple analyzers. In addition, reagent consumption is decreased, providing cost savings for water and industrial plant operators. From brine and wastewater to clean drinking water, the Chlorine XP analyzer is a comprehensive solution for effective process water treatment.

“Municipal water plants, as well as industrial plants that depend on clean water for their processes, are under increasing pressure to lower their costs while maintaining the highest levels of quality,” said Steve Fletcher, vice president and general manager, water analysis instruments, Thermo Fisher Scientific. “Our Chlorine XP analyzer is designed for reduced cost of ownership with its minimal maintenance, multiparameter functionality and long reagent shelf life.”

More information about the Thermo Scientific Orion Chlorine XP analyzer can be found by visiting

Source: Thermo Fisher Scientific

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