What COD means and how it is measured.
The COD value indicates the amount of oxygen which is needed for the oxidation of all organic substances in water and is thus an important indicator for water analysis. It is considered in the planning and controlling of treatment, as well as assessing its efficiency, thus forming the basis for the calculation of waste water charges.
The COD can be determined in a laboratory or online, whereby these methods significantly differ in duration and consumables used.
COD Analyzer QuickCODlab
The QuickCODlab laboratory analyzer is the master plan for fast and clean COD measurements. Unlike traditional COD analysis methods, the QuickCODlab oxidizes the water sample without the need of any hazardous chemicals. Due to the patented high-temperature combustion method, the measurement results are free of chloride inteferences.
Less chemicals. Simple operation. Save money.
COD Analyzer Elox100
The Elox100 of the LAR Process Analysers AG is an online COD analyzer for the determination of chemical oxygen demand (COD) in waste water treatment plants or in the process industry.
COD Analyzer QuickCODultra
LAR's COD analyzer QuickCODultra is the most reliable measurement system for the roughest waste water applications. Due to an unrivaled injection and oxidation technique, the QuickCODultra easily handles sticky, fatty, salty, and high-particle samples unlike other COD analyzers without the need of any hazardous chemicals.