TD-4100XD On-Line Oil In Water Monitor

Product Announcement from Turner Designs Hydrocarbon Instruments

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The TD-4100XD is a ruggedized version of the TD-4100 continuous on-line oil in water monitor. The XD is designed specifically for offshore oil production, refining, petro-chemical, mining, and other industries that require robust on-line hardware for severe duty and hazardous area locations. The monitor is skid or wall mounted and constructed of 316 stainless steel. It also includes an external keypad for operation in corrosive environments. The TD-4100 XD detects and measures crude oil, refined fuels, fuel oils, lubricating or hydraulic fluids and aromatic solvents in water. Detection limits range from low ppb (µg/L) to high ppm (mg/L).

Why Continuous On-Line Monitoring?
Continuous on-line monitoring provides the most responsive feedback loop for measuring hydrocarbons in water. Continuous monitoring is reliable, effective and recognized for its ability to improve process management for treating, discharging and detecting hydrocarbons in water. Compared to laboratory grab sample analysis, on-line monitoring provides cost effective, continuous, remote, operator unattended measurement of aromatic hydrocarbons in water.

ield-Proven Applications

Produced Water

  • Overboard Discharge Compliance and Process Control
  • Re-Injection Or Water Flood Water Quality Control
  • Produced Water Reuse - RO Feed Water, Steam Generator Feed Water

Non-Contact Cooling Water

  • Heat Exchanger Leak Detection
  • Boiler Feed Protection
  • Cooling Tower Protection
  • Open-Loop Discharge


  • Process Water Discharge
  • Industrial Discharge

Marine Water

  • Drilling and Production Rig Slop Tanks / Deck Drains
  • Bilge Water Discharge
  • Ballast Water Discharge

Hydrocarbons Detected

  • BTEX
  • Gasoline
  • Diesel
  • Jet Fuel
  • PAH's (Poly-aromatic hydrocarbons)
  • Creosol
  • Crude Oil
  • Heat Transfer Fluids
  • Aromatic Solvents
  • Aromatic Chemicals (Styrene, Phenol, etc.)
  • Lubricating Oils
  • Fuel Oil
  • Longwall Fluid

The Water

  • Oil-Produced Water
  • Deck Drains / Slops Tanks
  • Process Water
  • Non-Contact Cooling Water
  • Ballast Water
  • Bilge Water
  • Industrial Wastewater
  • Hydroelectric Water
  • Storm Water
  • Groundwater
  • Municipal Wastewater
  • Potable Water

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