What is the right AT1000 configuration to order?

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Published Date 04/10/2018
What is the right AT1000 configuration to order?
Choosing the right AT1000 titrator to order
The type of titrator to purchase will depend on what applications will be run.

The burettes on the titrators can only be assigned to 1 type of titrant. For example, the Chlorine application pack utilizes PAO titrant. With the Chlorine application installed, the instrument will not allow an application with a different titrant (such as Acidity which utilizes Sodium Hydroxide) to be installed. The AT1222 (2 burette, 2 pump) model is recommended if more than one application that utilizes a different titrant is run. For example, Alkalinity and Hardness applications - the Alkalinity method titrant is either Hydrochloric Acid or Sulfuric Acid, and Hardness utilizes EDTA as the titrant. Each titrant would need its own burette.

The application pack part numbers have a recommended AT1000 model number included in the part number. For example, the Titration Application Pack Amperometric: Free & Total Chlorine, Chlorine Dioxide, Sulfite (AutoCAT) has (Product # AP00007.AT1122). The end of the part number lists AT1122 which will be the recommended AT1000 configuration for this application pack.

With that being said, the recommended titrator listed in the application pack part number is not absolutely required. In some instances, there are several titrators that will work. It will depend on how automated the user would like their system to be. For example, the AT1122 (1 burette, 2 pump model) doesn't have to be used for the Chlorine application pack. The pumps aren't completely necessary to run the test. If a user would like to add in reagents manually, the AT1102 (1 burette, no pumps) model can be used.

See below chart. This lists out each application pack and what titraton configurations can be used.  

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