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Swan Analytical USA is a leading manufacturer of high quality on-line analytical instruments for water analysis in applications such as high purity water, steam, condensate, cooling water, potable water and effluent. Swan instruments measure a number of parameters within these applications such as turbidity, chlorine, sodium, dissolved oxygen, pH, ORP and others. Built with Swiss precision, Swan's reliable analyzers are designed with the operator in mind.

 
Impact Of EPA Drinking Water Stage 2 Disinfectant And Disinfectant By-Product Rule   Phosphate Corrosion Control In Drinking Water   Monitor AMI Silica
Impact Of EPA Drinking Water Stage 2 Disinfectant And Disinfectant By-Product Rule   Phosphate Corrosion Control In Drinking Water   Monitor AMI Silica

SWAN ANALYTICAL USA PRODUCTS

AMI Turbiwell

AMI Turbiwell

Non-contact nephelometer for the continuous measurement of turbidity in potable water, pool and sanitary water and effluent.
AMI Line TOC

AMI Line TOC

On-line analyzer for the continuous measurement of Total Organic Carbon in pure and ultrapure water.
Monitor AMI pH-Redox

Monitor AMI pH-Redox

Monitor for continuous measurement of pH or redox (ORP) in potable water and effluents with combined or separated sensors with reference electrodes for various sampling conditions. 

AMI Phosphate II

AMI Phosphate II

Colorimetric process analyzer for the automatic and continuous measurement of phosphate.
AMI Trides

AMI Trides

Analyzer for the automatic and continuous measurement of disinfectants in potable water and swimming pools.
Monitor AMI Silica

Monitor AMI Silica

Complete monitoring system for the automatic and continuous measurement of silica in water steam cycles.
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CONTACT INFORMATION

Swan Analytical USA

225 Larkin Drive, Unit 4

Wheeling, IL 60090

UNITED STATES

Phone: (847) 229-1290

Fax: (847) 229-1320

Contact: Jeff Parke

FEATURED ARTICLES

  • Swan Analytical Announces New Services Program, July 2014, Municipal Market
    Swan Analytical Announces New Services Program, July 2014, Municipal Market

    Swan Analytical USA Inc. introduces its new services program aimed at serving drinking water facilities and clarified, or filtered wastewater applications.

  • Drinking Water Disinfection – A History and Improved Monitoring Techniques
    Drinking Water Disinfection – A History and Improved Monitoring Techniques

    In many countries we take for granted the availability and reliability of safe drinking water.  A recent trip outside of the US reminded me of this fact when I saw notices in the hotel rooms stating the drinking water met specific standards and was safe to drink however, my friends from the country emphatically warned me to not drink the water. By Randy Turner, Technical Director, Chemist, Swan Analytical USA

  • Case Study Of Swan Turbiwell Quarterly Calibrated Unit Versus Quarterly Verified Unit
    Case Study Of Swan Turbiwell Quarterly Calibrated Unit Versus Quarterly Verified Unit

    This paper presents the field data collected over a twelve month period at a municipal surface water treatment plant employing traditional clarification and filtration.  The final effluent turbidity was monitored by the third party compliance turbidimeter, a Swan Turbiwell (Protocol Turbiwell) was calibrated quarterly just as the compliance turbidimeter, and a second Swan Turbiwell (Non-protocol Turbiwell) that was not calibrated. By Shaun Sharrett and Randy Turner, Swan Analytical USA

  • Continuous Phosphate Monitoring Improves Reliability
    Continuous Phosphate Monitoring Improves Reliability

    When municipalities choose to manually feed phosphates into their potable water, this often creates an over-feed of chemicals. Learn how employing an automatic-dosing phosphate analyzer can reduce operating costs and improve reliability.

  • Data Validation Of Continuous Analyzers
    Data Validation Of Continuous Analyzers

    Continuous analyzers are routinely employed to monitor water and steam cycles in industries such as power generation, municipal water and waste water, pharmaceutical, and microelectronics.  By Randy C. Turner, Technical Director, Swan Analytical USA

  • Impact Of EPA Drinking Water Stage 2 Disinfectant And Disinfectant By-Product Rule
    Impact Of EPA Drinking Water Stage 2 Disinfectant And Disinfectant By-Product Rule

    Prior to disinfection with chlorine the death rate due to typhoid fever was over 20 per 100,000 people.  Disinfection with chlorine began in 1908 and deaths due to typhoid fever decreased around zero by 1960. By Randy C. Turner, Technical Director, Swan Analytical USA

  • The Value Of Continuous Instrumentation To The Operator & Why Manufacturers Should Listen To Their Needs
    The Value Of Continuous Instrumentation To The Operator & Why Manufacturers Should Listen To Their Needs

    When I began my career as a power plant chemist most continuous analyzers were trending devices at best.  Conductivity was the most reliable analyzer and the temperature compensation algorithms were marginal.  Sample conditioning with respect to sample temperature control was not very good as well. By Randy C. Turner, Technical Director, Swan Analytical USA

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ABOUT SWAN ANALYTICAL

Swan Analytical Instruments is a leading manufacturer of high quality on-line analytical instruments for water analysis in applications such as high purity water, steam, condensate, cooling water, potable water, and effluent. Our primary markets include power plants, drinking water plants, semiconductor facilities, and pharmaceutical processes. Built with Swiss precision, Swan's reliable analyzers are designed with the operator in mind.

Swan Analytical USA provides precise measurement solutions across the following parameters:

  • Phosphate
  • Turbidity
  • Chlorine (Free, Total, and Combined), Ozone, Chlorine Dioxide
  • pH/ORP
  • Conductivity (Specific, Acid, Degassed)
  • Dissolved Oxygen (Low Level and Trace)
  • Hydrazine
  • Sodium (Low Level and Trace)
  • Silica (Low-Level and Trace)
  • Resistivity

Contact Swan Analytical USA today to discuss your specific monitoring needs at (847) 229-1290 or sales@swan-analytical-usa.com.