Category: Manganese (Mn)

Manganese (Mn)

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    Iron and Manganese Analyzer | Joseph Lanner

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    Iron and Manganese Analyzer - Joseph Lanner Overview

    The Iron and Manganese Analyzer - Joseph Lanner can perform continuous analysis of metals, such as Iron (Fe) and Manganese (Mn), and many other parameters in water. Technologies employed are colorimetric (photometric) and ion-selective electrodes (ISE). Direct measurements, standard addition, and titration support the ideal measurement strategy. The robust design and high-quality parts of the Iron and Manganese Analyzer guarantee a long lifetime and minimum maintenance efforts. Low consumption of reagents and very high reagent stability ensures person-free operation. Automated calibration and cleaning steps support this goal. This process analyzer was developed and built for the industrial wastewater and drinking water Industry. The main advantages are the combined measurement in one measurement step and the use of non-toxic and non-hazardous reagents.

    Sources
    Drinking water. Iron may be present in drinking water as a result of the use of iron coagulants or the corrosion of steel and cast iron pipes during water distribution. There is usually no noticeable taste at iron concentrations below 0.3 mg/liter, and concentrations of 1–3 mg/liter can be acceptable for people drinking anaerobic well water. Manganese is naturally occurring in many surface water and groundwater sources, particularly in anaerobic or low oxidation conditions. A provisional health-based guideline value of 0.5 mg/liter should be adequate to protect public health.
    Toxicity. Iron is an essential element in human nutrition. Portable water should contain iron, not more than 0.2 mg/L. Groundwater may contain iron at concentrations of several milligrams per liter.

    Method
    Metal is measured as a chelate complex between metal ions in the wastewater and sensitive spectrophotometric reagent dye. Change of the intensity of the visible light throughout the measurement chamber containing the formed metal complex is directly proportional to metal concentration.

    Iron and Manganese Analyzer - Joseph Lanner Features

    • Nontoxic chemistry.
    • Robust design.
    • Minimal maintenance.
    • Easy handling.
    • High accuracy and precision.
    • Suitable for mission-critical applications.
    • Automated cleaning and calibration.

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    Manganese Analyzer | Georg C. Wagenseil

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    Manganese Analyzer Georg C. Wagenseil Overview

    The Manganese Analyzer Georg C. Wagenseil can perform continuous analysis of heavy metals, such as Manganese (Mn), and many other parameters in water. Technologies employed are colorimetric (photometric) and ion-selective electrodes (ISE). Direct measurements, standard addition, and titration support the ideal measurement strategy. The robust design and high-quality parts of the Manganese Analyzer guarantee a long lifetime and minimum maintenance efforts. Low consumption of reagents and very high reagent stability ensures person-free operation. Automated calibration and cleaning steps support this goal.

    Sources
    Natural sources. Manganese is one of the most abundant metals in the Earth’s crust, usually occurring with iron.
    Industry. Manganese is used principally in the manufacture of iron and steel alloys, as an oxidant for cleaning, bleaching, and disinfection as potassium permanganate, and as an ingredient in various products. More recently, it has been used in an organic compound, MMT.
    Drinking water. Manganese is naturally occurring in many surface water and groundwater sources, particularly in anaerobic or low oxidation conditions. A provisional health-based guideline value of 0.5 mg/liter should be adequate to protect public health.
    Toxicity. Manganese is an essential element for humans and other animals. Adverse effects can result from both deficiency and overexposure. Manganese is known to cause neurological effects following inhalation exposure.

    Method
    Metal is measured as a chelate complex between metal ions in the wastewater and sensitive spectrophotometric reagent dye. Change of the intensity of the visible light throughout cuvette containing formed metal complex is directly proportional to metal concentration.

    Manganese Analyzer Features

    • Non-toxic chemistry.
    • Robust design.
    • Minimal maintenance.
    • Easy handling
    • High accuracy and suitable for mission-critical
    • Automated cleaning and calibration

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