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SKALAR

APPLICATION QUESTIONNAIRE SP 2000

Documentnr.: PLOG-012-02 Revision: 4/15 January 2014


Please fill in this form completely and send together with your order to Skalar
SKALAR ANALYTICAL BV
P.O. BOX 3237 Your order no. : __________________________________________
4800 DE BREDA
THE NETHERLANDS Reference to Skalar quotation number: ________________________
Tel: +31(0)76-5486486
Fax: +31 (0)76-5486400 Date : __________________________________________

Analysis

Please specify the required Standard Regulation Number *

Component to analyse Standard Regulation Number * Section

BOD

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* If procedure deviates in detail from the standard, please specify deviation at remarks

System voltage: O 110V/60Hz System plugs: O (USA style plug) O (UK style plug)
O 220-240V/50Hz O (European style plug) O (Danish style plug)
O Other O Other

Installation required: O No O yes, by Skalar Holland

Training required: O No O yes, at Skalar Holland O yes, at customer

Existing user: O yes, please send details (orderno., copy of software, etc.) of the existing analyzer O no
The specifications in this Application Questionnaire shall prevail over all other specifications mentioned in other forms, as in your written order.

Enduser :______________________________ Tel :___________________________________


Department :______________________________ Fax :___________________________________
Contactperson :______________________________ E-mail :___________________________________
Address :______________________________
:______________________________
Country :______________________________ Signature:__________________________________

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Hardware Section

If hardware parts are supplied by the end-user to Skalar, please specify the brand and the model number:

- Meter Brand

Model number

- Probe Brand

Model number

- Bottles Brand

Model number

Dimensions

- Computer Brand

Model number

- Brand

Model number

- Brand

Model number

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Software

Please specify the default value for the SEED-, ATU-, and sample volume:

Automatic addition

Yes No
O SEED volume in ml O O
O ATU volume in ml O O
O Sample volume in ml

Standard table layout specifications:

Column Description
- Seq. Sequence
- PosInRack Sample position in rack
- Identity Sample identity
- Type Sample type
- Y/N Question measure sample yes or no
- Predil Predilution factor
- Sample volume Sample volume
- Tot.Dil Calculated total dilution
- ATU ATU volume in ml
- Seed Seed volume in ml
- Init Initial O2 value
- C Initial sample temperature
- Date/Time Date and time of the initial measurement
- Final Final O2 value
- C Final sample temperature
- Date/Time final Date and time of the final measurement
- Depl O2 depletion
- BOD Calculated BOD value
- BOD% BOD percentage
- AvgBOD Calculated average BOD value
- Error Error message
- Method Used method for calculation

Please specify if additional information in the table layout is required:

Column name Description Calculation example (if required)

O
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Unique Identities

- Blank Identity used for the Blank correction

Please specify the value and the range in the selected fields:

Value Range/Delta Interval (In case same position is used)


O Standard
O QC1
O QC2
O
O

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Import /Export function (example of an import/export file is required)

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Automated Measuring Procedure for: Biochemical Oxygen Demand Procedure

Please check and approve the automated measuring procedure. If the measuring procedure is not according the
expected procedure, please indicate the differences or explain the desired measuring procedure.

Biochemical Oxygen Demand Procedure:

1. Samples are pipetted into the BOD bottles#,


2. The identity and the dilutions are entered into the sample table and bottles are placed in the racks and
placed on the analyzer#,
3. Analyzer is started by operator#,
4. The bottles are de-capped# (for automated de-capping, see option 4)
5. The manipulator sets the Oxygen probe in position and bottles are filled with ATU#, Seed# and dilution
water#, (for automated addition of diluent water, ATU and seed, see options 1, 2 and 3)
6. Sample is then stirred, and the initial Oxygen value is measured,
7. The bottles are re-capped# (for automated capping, see option 4)
8. The Oxygen probe and stirrer are rinsed,
9. The Oxygen probe and stirrer go to the next sample and follow the same procedure until a value is recorded
for all samples,
10. The sample racks are placed in a 20C. incubator for 5 days#,
11. After incubation the racks are placed on the analyzer and the bottles are decapped# (for automated capping,
see option 4);
12. Analyzer is started by operator#,
13. Sample is then stirred, and the final Oxygen value is measured,
14. The BOD value for each sample is calculated. The data can be presented on screen, printed or converted
to a file compatible with other software and LIMSs.

Note: Procedure step marked with # is performed by the operator.

Yes No (Please clarify the selection)


Method approved O O

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Additional information

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