Hach TOC TNTplus Vial Tests

For determination of Total Organic Carbon (TOC) by the Direct Method which follows an acid persulfate digestion to oxidize TOC to carbon dioxide (CO2). 


  • Easy and safe handling
  • No reagent blank necessary
  • Automatic method detection
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TOC TNTplus chemistry and your Hach spectrophotometer are engineered to simplify water analysis for accurate results, everytime. TNT810 has a range of 1.5 - 30.0 mg/L C and is designed for wastewater, surface water, process waters, and is USEPA approved for total organic carbon in drinking water. For determination of Total Organic Carbon (TOC) by the Direct Method which follows an acid persulfate digestion to oxidize TOC to carbon dioxide (CO2). The generated CO2 passes through a gas-permeable membrane into an indicator solution is measured spectrophotometrically.

  • Digestion Required: Yes
  • EPA compliant: Yes
  • Instrument: DR3900, DR6000, DR1900, DR2800, DR3800, DR5000
  • Method: 10267
  • Method Name: Direct Method
  • Number of tests: 25
  • Parameter: TOC (Total Organic Carbon)
  • Platform: TNT plus™
  • Range: 1.5 - 30.0 mg/L C
  • Shelf Life: 12 months from production date
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