Product Announcement from Wilks Enterprise, Inc.
The InfraCal 2 Analyzer can measure down to 0.1 ppm oil in water accurately, on-site and in under 15 minutes. It is the newest addition to Wilks line of rugged, easy-to-use oil in water/soil analyzers and provides added sensitivity and features for today’s most challenging applications. It is ideal for non-technical users and provides years of dependable, maintenance-free operation.
The new InfraCal 2 Portable IR Analyzers combine improved electronics which significantly increase signal-to-noise ratio with a touch screen intuitive display that allows for a multitude of new options and features – including multiple calibrations, internal data logging, alarm functions, security/password protection, and data transfer capabilities. The result is a compact, rugged package, weighing less than 6 lbs., with no moving parts and the low maintenance qualities found in other Wilks analyzers.
InfraCal 2 provides improved sensitivity and detection limits for a variety of on-site oil in water measurements such as sub-ppm detection levels of oil in wastewater effluents and cleaning efficiency of metal parts. Models are available for use with infrared transparent solvents, as well as hexane, for the extraction process. While designed for field applications, InfraCal 2 is equally at home in the analytical laboratory and will provide quantitative measurements done easily, routinely and economically.
The new InfraCal 2 Analyzers make it economical and easier than ever to move repetitive measurements from the lab to the actual analysis site where they can be routinely handled by non-technical personnel. On-site measurements using the InfraCal 2 Analyzer take less than 15 minutes and eliminate the wait for off-site lab results which can take hours or days to receive.
For further information on the new InfraCal 2 Analyzer, contact: Wilks Enterprise, Inc., 25 Van Zant Street, Suite 8F, E. Norwalk, CT 06855, TEL: 203-855-9136, FAX: 203-838-9868; Email: info@ wilksir.com; information can be downloaded from the Wilks website: http://www.wilksir.com/pdf/InCal_2_OIW_Datasheet.pdf .