On-line Monitoring of Total Organic Carbon in the Water Cycle








TOC in the Water Cycle On-line monitoring of TOC in the Water Cycle - White PaperDownload the White Paper

What If Organics Are in Your Cogen Process Water?

Organic contamination in cogeneration water/steam cycles is capable of causing process disruptions and catastrophic damage to expensive capital equipment.



Key to confirming and troubleshooting organics removal is reliable, on-line total organic carbon (TOC) measurement. TOC monitoring and control will not only help ensure effective operation of the cycle, but also avoid any unplanned shutdown of production processes due to disruption in steam/heat.



Recommended video about real-time TOC measurement from the Process Analytics channel:




The white paper highlights:


  • Effects of organics
  • TOC measurement technology
  • Typical TOC measurement in cogeneration


On-line monitoring of TOC in the Water Cycle - White PaperDownload the White Paper


METTLER TOLEDO Thornton provides a complete multi-channel, multi-parameter solution for TOC and related high-purity water measurements:



Total Organic Carbon Analyzer

5000TOCi Total Organic Carbon Analyzer




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