Thermo Orion COD165 Thermoreactor

Thermo Orion COD165 thermoreactor for digestion of 16mm tubes for COD, total nitrogen, total phosphates, and other digestion tests.

Features

  • Will hold 25 round glass vials with 16mm external diameter
  • Temperature settings of 100, 120, 150, 160 and 165 degrees Celsius
  • Program for automatic shutoff with preset times of 30, 60, and 120 minutes
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Thermo Orion COD165 ThermoreactorCOD165 Orion AQUAfast COD165 thermoreactor with universal power cords
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Thermo Orion COD165 Thermoreactor
COD165
Orion AQUAfast COD165 thermoreactor with universal power cords
Usually ships in 3-5 days
$1,152.00
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Thermo Orion AQUAfast 1,000ppm COD Standard CODS01 Orion AQUAfast COD standard, 1000ppm, 475mL bottle
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Thermo Orion AQUAfast 10,000ppm COD Standard CODS10 Orion AQUAfast COD standard, 10000ppm, 475 mL bottle
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Thermo Orion AQUAfast COD Reagent Kits CODL00 Orion AQUAfast COD (0-150 ppm) liquid reagent kit, 25 tests
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Thermo Orion COD (Range 0-1500 ppm) Test Kit CODH00 Orion AQUAfast COD (0-1500 ppm) liquid reagent kit, 25 tests
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Thermo Orion COD (Range 0-15000 ppm) Test Kit CODHP0 Orion AQUAfast COD (0-15000 ppm) liquid reagent kit, 25 tests
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Thermo Orion AQUAfast 1,000ppm COD Standard
CODS01
Orion AQUAfast COD standard, 1000ppm, 475mL bottle
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$63.45
Thermo Orion AQUAfast 10,000ppm COD Standard
CODS10
Orion AQUAfast COD standard, 10000ppm, 475 mL bottle
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$52.74
Orion AQUAfast COD (0-150 ppm) liquid reagent kit, 25 tests
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$45.72
Thermo Orion COD (Range 0-1500 ppm) Test Kit
CODH00
Orion AQUAfast COD (0-1500 ppm) liquid reagent kit, 25 tests
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$45.72
Thermo Orion COD (Range 0-15000 ppm) Test Kit
CODHP0
Orion AQUAfast COD (0-15000 ppm) liquid reagent kit, 25 tests
Usually ships in 3-5 days
$45.72
The NEW Thermo Orion COD165 thermoreactor will hold 25 round glass vials with 16mm external diameter. It is designed for sample preparation in determining COD, total phosphorus, total nitrogen, total chromium and other parameters in water and sludge analysis. The Thermo Orion COD165 thermoreactor, paired with the Thermo Orion COD reagents and the Thermo Orion AQUAfast AQ4000 advanced colorimeter or Thermo Orion AQUAfast AQ2040 colorimeter, provide the user with a complete analytical setup for COD analysis. The Thermo Orion AQUAfast AQ3700 colorimeter also performs COD analysis, as well as
nitrogen and phosphate digestion methods.

The COD165 thermoreactor is designed to be highly resistant to chemical and mechanical corrosion. The heating block that holds the COD vials allows for very good thermal homogeneity at the selected temperatures. The temperature of the heating block is microprocessor controlled. The Pt100 temperature probe does not require any calibration, because when the instrument is turned on, a self test is performed.

The COD165 thermoreactor is equipped with a voltage selector for either 115 V or 230 V. It is accessible on the rear panel of the instrument. Always check the voltage setting before plugging the instrument into a power outlet.

This thermoreactor offers additional digestion temperature ranges which meet the COD and other digestion method requirements around the world. The temperature settings are 100, 120, 150, 160 and 165 degrees Celsius. The 160 C and 165 C are new. They are used for faster COD digestion methods where the digestion takes only 30 minutes!

The heating block is equipped with over-temperature protection by a thermostat, which turns off heating when the temperature exceeds 180 C.
  • Ideal for environmental and wastewater monitoring
  • Temperature settings of 100, 120, 150, 160 and 165 degrees Celsius
  • Program for automatic shutoff with preset times of 30, 60, and 120 minutes or use continuous temperature mode for manual temperature control
  • Automatic selection of voltage from 90-260 V and frequency from 50-60 Hz with appropriate power cable for US/Canada, EU, and China (included)
  • Samples: Up to 25 Digestion Tubes, 16mm diameter
  • Diameter of Holes: 16mm x 25mm
  • Selectable Temperatures: 100, 120, 150, 160 or 165 degrees Celsius
  • Selectable Times: 30, 60, 120 minutes or continuous
  • Safety Cover: Clear plastic, hinged to flip up for loading and unloading
  • During Time Count Signal: Visual
  • End of Cycle Signal: Acoustic
  • Set Temp less than Block Temp Error Signals: Visual and acoustic
  • Broken Temp Probe Alarm Signals: Visual and acoustic
  • Reaching of Set Temperature Signal: Acoustic
  • Thermoregulator: PID microprocessor
  • Over-temperature Protection: Yes, on the block
  • Precision: +/-0.2% end of scale
  • Temperature Probe: Pt100 class A
  • Temperature Probe Calibration: Automatic by software
  • Heating Block Temp Stability: +/-0.5 C
  • Heating Block Temp Homogeneity: +/-0.5 C
  • Heating Block Temp Precision: +/-1 C
  • Performance from 20 C to 150 C: 12 minutes
  • Power Supply: 90 to 260 V / 50 to 60 Hz, detected automatically
  • Power: 400 W
  • Weight: 3.6 kg
  • Dimensions (W x H x D): 155mm x 95mm x 275mm
  • (1) Thermo Orion COD165 thermoreactor
  • (3) Power cords for 110V US, 220V EU, and 230V China plug
  • (1) Operations man
Questions & Answers
Do I need to calibrate the temperature probe?

No, the Pt100 temperature sensor performs a self test when the instrument is turned on.

What reactants should I use?

The Thermo Orion COD165 can be used with the Orion AQUAfast COD reagents, listed under the accessories tab.

Please, mind that only logged in users can submit questions

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