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THE FREE-CHLORINE ANALYZER THAT NEEDS NO MAINTENANCE

19-04-2016
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Sigrist has released a new free-chlorine analyzer that self-cleans to ensure a consistent

accurate reading of chlorine levels every time in seconds.

Available from leading Australian instrumentation supplier, ProDetec, the free-chlorine analyzer is perfect for the treatment of drinking water, water in beverage and food production and process water in various industries.

The Sigrist AquaDMS Disinfection Measuring System helps technicians effectively optimise the chlorination of water.

It can precisely measure chlorine levels over long periods of time because all sensors are equipped with an automatic sensor cleaning function called ASR.

This function ensures that all the Sigrist AquaDMS’s sensors are automatically cleaned at least once within a 24 hour cycle to deliver a precise reading of chlorine levels every time.

The process removes coatings of organic and inorganic material from the sensors to

provide zero point stability and no drift.

Plus, the automatic cleaning function eliminates the need for the Sigrist AquaDMS to be manually cleaned and the use of chemical additives. This saves both money and valuable time.

Further, the system’s self-cleaning mechanism also allows installations to benefit from the convenience of longer calibration cycles.

Fast, efficient and highly reliable, the Sigrist AquaDMS analyser allows you to directly measure chlorine levels within the water in real time.

This removes the need to send water samples to a lab and gives the technician precise and immediate control over chlorine levels so that they can be adjusted if necessary.

Compact and easy to install, the Sigrist AquaDMS Disinfection Measuring System is all encompassing.

It includes an intelligent control system and flow regulator. The operator touch screen,

sensor, assembly and wiring are pre-mounted on a panel.

The control system features an easy to use touch screen and colour display that clearly

illustrates values, alarm and status messages.

The flow regulator ensures a stable flow of water through the system for the continuous accurate measurement of disinfectants.

The Sigrist AquaDMS Disinfection Measuring System is also flexible.

As free chlorine measurements are affected by pH and temperature, an optional pH electrode can be integrated into the Sigrist AquaDMS.

An input is also available for temperature as well as digital in and out.

 

ProDetec Pty Ltd

Ph: 02 9620 8700

www.prodetec.com.au

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