OI Analytical designs and manufactures instrumentation for chemical analysis. Data from our analytical instruments serve as the basis for informed decisions affecting human health and safety, environmental protection, industrial operations, and product quality.
Our company vision is Opportunity through Innovation®. We strive to provide innovative products and services that enable our customers to pursue new opportunities and tackle challenging problems in diverse fields of science and industry.
The company was first organized in 1963 and entered the analytical instrument business in 1969. On October 31, 2011 OI Analytical became a Xylem brand and operates as part of the Xylem Analytics business unit. OI Analytical is located in College Station, Texas. A second facility producing GC-based air monitoring systems and mass spectrometry instruments is based in Birmingham, Alabama. OI Analytical is an ISO-9001 certified organization that operates under a Quality Management System (QMS) to continuously improve the quality of our products, services, and business processes.Website: www.oico.com
The Aurora 1030W TOC Analyzer processes aqueous samples for analysis of the total organic carbon (TOC), total inorganic carbon (TIC), and non-purgeable organic carbon (NPOC) content of the samples.
The Aurora 1030C TOC Analyzer processes aqueous samples for analysis of the total organic carbon (TOC), total inorganic carbon (TIC), and non-purgeable organic carbon (NPOC) content of the samples. Samples containing 100 ppb to 30,000 ppm of organic carbon can be analyzed. The Aurora 1030C supports USEPA-approved methods, Standard Methods, ASTM, DIN/ISO/CEN, and EU Methods. Depending upon the protocol employed, up to 300 samples per 24-hour period can be analyzed, and in excess of 100,000 samples per year.
The 1088 Rotary Autosampler is specifically designed to operate with the Aurora 1030W TOC analyzer or Aurora 1030C TOC analyzer. The 1088 autosampler aspirates liquid samples from vials and transfers each sample aliquot to an Aurora 1030 TOC analyzer for analysis. A removable 88-position autosampler tray loads the sample vials for fully automated, unattended operation.
The 1030S Solids Module is a sample preparation module enabling the analysis of the total organic carbon (TOC) or total carbon (TC) content in solid materials. The 1030S module is operated in conjunction with an Aurora 1030W or 1030C TOC analyzer.
The 1080 TOC Analyzer processes aqueous samples for analysis of the total organic carbon (TOC), total inorganic carbon (TIC), and non-purgeable organic carbon (NPOC) content.
The M4551A Purge-and-Trap Water Autosampler achieves results by automating VOC analysis of up to 51 samples. Vertical docking of the autosampler to the Eclipse 4760 Sample Concentrator means no extra benchspace is used. The removable, lightweight sample carousel makes sample loading and unloading easy, while its spiral design optimizes septum-piercing accuracy. With its proven, reliable sample handling system, the Model 4551A gets the job done, sample after sample.
The Eclipse 4760 Purge and Trap Sample Concentrator sets a new standard for ease-of-use for volatile organic compound (VOC) analysis. The new 4th generation system includes the popular features from the Eclipse platform that chemists around the world rely on for accurate, dependable results along with technology enhancements, intuitive software, and a slim-line, open architecture design that saves bench space and allows easy access to components.
The FS 3700 Automated Chemistry Analyzer is an advanced continuous flow analyzer designed to improve laboratory productivity by automating wet chemistry test procedures.
The OI Analytical 4100 Water / Soil Sample Processor automates the handling and processing of samples in 40-mL VOA vials for purge-and-trap analysis of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) in accordance with U.S. EPA methods. The 4100 efficiently processes up to 100 drinking water, wastewater, or soil samples and operates with a single or dual Eclipse 4760 purge-and-trap instruments.
OI Analytical's patented* Model 5383 Pulsed Flame Photometric Detector (PFPD) represents the latest advance in flame photometric detector design, optimizing selective detection of sulfur, phosphorus, and 26 other compounds.