MICROMAC-1000 FACT SHEET

MICROMAC-1000 FACT SHEET

Sensor Description

Micromac-1000 is a portable and on-line analyzer, available either in mono or sequential multiparametric configuration (MAC-1000 MP), providing the highest level of analytical automation, based on combined high sensitivity colorimetric and fluorimetric analytical wet-chemistry methods. The analyzer can measure any type of water samples; a wide range of applications is available, including high sensitivity methods for nutrients analysis in seawater. Microma-1000 can perform in a full automated way very complex analytical cycles; the results are displayed in concentration units and provided through the analogic or the RS-232 port.

Water Matrix

Groundwater, surface water, drinking water, waste water, brackish and sea water

Available applications

ParameterMethodMeasurement ranges
AlkalinityMethyl orange0-100 mg/L up to 20g/L CaCO3
AlluminumEriochrome cyanine R0-0.4 up to 10 mg/L as Al 2+
AmmoniaPhenate / Salicylate 0-0.2 up to 200 mg/L as N-NH3
AmmoniaOPA (fluorimetric)0-0.2 up to 1.0 mg/L as N-NH3
Arsenic Total dissolvedArsine struipping + molybdenum blue0- 0.5 mg/L
BoronAzomethyne H0-2 up to 50 mg/L as B
CalciumBlue-Methylthymol0-5 up to 200 mg/L as Ca2+
ChlorideMercuric II thiocyanate / ISE0-100 up to 500 mg/L as Cl-
Chlorine free & TotalDPD0-0.5 up to 10 mg/L as Cl2
Chromium 6+Diphenylcarbazide0-0.3 up to 30 mg/L as Cr6+
Color420 nm abs.0-100 Pt-Co units
CopperBathocuproine0-0.1 up to 20 mg/L as Cu2+
Cyanide Index Pyridine0-0.3 up to 300 mg/L as CN
Ethylene GlycolPurpald0-15 up to 50 mg/L
HardnessMg/EDTA0-10 up to 500 mg/L as CaCo3
Hydrazinepdimethylamobenzaldehyde0-0.1 up to 5 mg/L
Iron Total dissolvedTPTZ0-0.1 up to 1000 mg/L as Fe2+
ManganeseFormaldoxime0-0.5/1/2.0/5.0/10/20/50 mg/L
NickelIodine0-0.5 up to 30 mg/L as Ni
Nitrate+NitriteUV photoreduction to NO2 + NED-SAA0-0.2 up to 1000 mg/L as N-NO3
Nitrate+NitriteHydrazine reduction to NO2 + NED SAA0-5 up to 1000 mg/L as N-NO3
Nitrate+NitriteVCl3 reduction to NO2 + NED-SAA0-0.2 up to 1000 mg/L as N-NO3
NitriteNED-SAA0-0.05 up to 20 mg/L as N-NO2
Nitrogen TotalUV oxidation to NO3, UV photoreduction to NO2, NED+SAA0-5 up to 1000 mg/L N
Phenol Index4-aminoantypyrine0-0.1 up to 0.50 mg/L
OrtophosphateMolibdate/Ascorbic acid0-0.2 up to 200 mg/L as P-PO4
SilicatesSilicomolybdate/Ascorbic acid0-0.2 up to 200 mg/L as SiO2
SulfideMethylene blue0-2 mg/L
Total PhosphorousHT digestion, UV oxidation, Molybdate/ Ascorbic
ZincZincon0-0.5 up to 1000 mg/L as Zn

Technology readiness level

TRL1

TRL2 TRL3 TRL4 TRL5 TRL6 TRL7 TRL9 TRL9
giu-90 giu-91 set-91 gen-92 mag-92 mar-94 giu-94 dic-95

mag-96

Technology references and applications reported in scientific papers

G. Zappalà and F. Azzaro, “A new generation of coastal monitoring platforms”, Chemistry and Ecology (2004), Vol.20(5), pp.387-398.

M. Grunwald, O. Dellwig, G. Liebezeit, B. Schnetger, R. Reuterd, H.J. Brumsack, “Novel time-series station in the Wadden Sea (NW Germany): First results on continuous nutrient and methane measurements”, Marine Chemistry 107 (2007), pp.411–421.

M. Grunwald, O. Dellwig, C. Kohlmeier, N. Kowalski c, M. Beck, T.H. Badewien, S. Kotzur, a, G. Liebezeit, H.J Brumsack, “Nutrient dynamics in a back barrier tidal basin of the Southern North Sea: Time-series, model simulations, and budget estimates”, Journal of Sea Research (2010),Vol.64, Issue 3, pp.199-212.

Technical information on Manufacturer’s website  

  • Online sensor
  • Medium speed
  • Multi parameters
  • Chemical misures
  • Outdoor use
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  • Medium cost