Chlorination is employed in most water treatment processes to remove metallic ions and biological contaminants, and to suppress subsequent growth of bacteria and other biota.
The RC400G / the FC400G residual and free chlorine analyzers are high performance and accuracy systems with a microprocessor incorporated and are mainly used for the measurement of residual and free chlorine in water.
|Free Available Chlorine Analyzers | Residual Chlorine Analyzers ||
|The FC400G non-reagent free chlorine analyzer adopts the polarographic method using rotating electrode to continuously measure on-line the concentration of free available chlorine.
The FC400G is intended for measurements in the water distribution network, at pumping stations, water delivery points, schools, and public facilities.
|The Model FC500G is designed to measure free available chlorine without using reagent, and achieved a long maintenance period with electrode cleaning system.
The FC500G is intended for measurements in the water distribution network, at pumping stations, water delivery points, schools, and public facilities.
|The RC400G residual chlorine analyzer employs a polarographic system using rotating platinum electrodes to provide continuous online measurement of residual chlorine concentration. By appropriate use of reagents, it is possible to separate residual chlorine (free chlorine+combined chlorine) from free chlorine for measurement.
The RC400G is mainly used for the measurements in municipal water treatment, industrial water supply facilities, and large-scale boilers.