Ammonium

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Nitrogen is found in a large variety of compounds and forms and is considered to be the ultimate “quick-change artist”. In municipal wastewater it is mainly encountered as a waste product in the form of urea, which is already converted in part to ammonium nitrogen by ammonification. In the aeration basin, the initial step of nitrification consists in oxidizing the nitrogen present in wastewater via nitrite to nitrate, for which oxygen is required.

For fishes, ammonium is toxic in very small concentrations already. Hence, water bodies with an ammonium concentration of 1 mg/l is not suitable for fishing. Therefore, the discharge values which have to be met are very low.

Alyza IQ

Alyza IQ

For highly accurate wet chemical measurement of Ammonium with the IQ Sensor Net 

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ISE sensor for NH<sub>4</sub>

ISE sensor for NH4

ISE sensor AmmoLyt® 700 IQ for the continuous measurement of NH4 with the IQ Sensor Net 

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ISE sensor for NH4 and NO3

ISE sensor for NH4 and NO3

ISE sensor VARiON® 700 IQ for the continuous measurement of NH4 and NO3 with the IQ Sensor Net 

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photoLab<sup>®</sup> 7100 VIS

photoLab® 7100 VIS

Spectral photometer to measure Ammonium with numerous methods in the laboratory 

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Replacement electrodes ISE sensors

Replacement electrodes ISE sensors

Replacement electrodes (Reference, measuring and compensation electrodes for the ISE sensors) 

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IQ SENSOR NET – 282/284

IQ SENSOR NET – 282/284

System 282/284 for up to 4 sensors, including Ammonium. 

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IQ SENSOR NET - 2020

IQ SENSOR NET - 2020

System 2020 for up to 20 sensors, including Ammonium. 

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pHotoFlex<sup>®</sup>

pHotoFlex®

Multiparameter photometer with numerous methods for Ammonium, easy to transport 

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