Trace and Heavy Metal Analyzers
On-Line, At-Line, Portable and Laboratory heavy / trace metal analysis with our state of the art analyser systems.
All our VA Analyser systems use solid state electrodes to perform voltammetry for the analysis of metals in solution and soil samples.
Our trace metal product range includes the portable / laboratory PDV6000ultra and the two on-line, continuous systems: the OVA5000 and OVA7000. These systems are robust and perfectly suited to the harsh African environment. The systems can be operated by technicians in the field and laboratory, and is relatively low maintenance. The portable, laboratory and online systems have a worldwide reputation for quality, reliability and ease of use, enabling customers to monitor pollutant levels, optimise their processes, minimise damage to the environment and protect the health of employees and communities at large.
Fully Automated On-Line monitoring is possible with our OVA7000, OVA7000 Dual Cell and OVA5000 Trace / Heavy Metal Analyser systems. These fully automated on-line metal monitors enables municipalities, industries and environmental agencies to continuously determine the levels of trace metals in process streams, effluent discharges, rivers and potable water.
The OVA7000 has a built in PC, which can be controlled by a computer connected via Wi-Fi or LAN. This external control prevents unauthorised users from making any changes. The Analyser system is housed in a modular cabinet with a seperate reagent cabinet.
The OVA7000 Analyzer system runs on low power 12V DC (or standard 90 - 260V AC), making it the ideal solution for remote locations.
In Voltammetry metals are drawn onto the working electrode when a specific voltage is applied to the water sample under test.
When a stripping voltage is applied, the metals return to the sample solution, generating a small current. Eash metal has a specific voltage at which it returns to solution. So the metal is identified by its stripping boltage and the current generated indicates the concentration of metal in the sample.
|As (III)||Arsenic (III)||10 μg/L|
|As (Total)||Arsenic||2 μg/L|
|Cr (VI)||Chromium (VI)||10 μg/L|
|Cr (Total)||Total Chromium||10 μg/L|
|Sb (III)||Antimony (III)||5 μg/L|
|Se (IV)||Selenium (IV)||10 μg/L|
Measuring trace and heavy metals in water, soil and food has always been a vital part of modern environmental monitoring.
Voltammetry offers an internationally accepted alternative to laboratory analysis or automatic samplers. Modern Water’s PDV6000 ULTRA provides better on-site characterisation, with pollution hot spots and contamination sources more easily identified.
Modern Water’s tried and tested metal monitors have been market leaders for over twenty years. They provide an easy way to generate and store real-time data, which allows real-time decision-making. Our PDV6000 ultra can be more cost-effective than laboratory analysis and it can be used “stand-alone” or on a computer with our powerful VAS software.
Compact easy-to-use bench top digester.
Modern Water’s UVI 4000 digester is ideal for aqueous samples with slight to medium contamination from organic material. The unit provides aquick and easy way to remove this interference to achieve more accurate sample analysis. The UVI 4000 is a compact, bench-top device whichneeds no special set-up or protective arrangements to use.
Typical limits of detection for PDV and OVA monitors
PDV (portable analyser)
OVA (on-line analyser)
Limits vary with sample type. Typical clean water values are shown.
* using the LabCell method