DULCOTEST® Chlorine Sensors

DULCOTEST® Chlorine Sensors

With the DULCOTEST® Chlorine Sensor Product Family, free Chlorine, organic compound Chlorine, Total Chlorine and Compound Chlorine can be measured. Herefore, there are three sensor-series each consisting of several sensor types for different measuring ranges.

Application areas

Selective or summary registration of Chlorine compounds

  • free Chlorine (Cl2, HOCl, OCl-)
  • organic compound Chlorine (e.g. Isocyanuric acid derivates)
  • Total Chlorine (Cl2, HOCl, OCl-, Chloramines, organic compound Chlorine)
  • Compound Chlorine (Chloramines, from the difference of total Chlorine and free Chlorine)

Advantages

  • Use in most different water qualities (as to pH value, salt content, temperature, pollution charge)
  • Efficient process guidance through precise amperometric realtime measurement (short response times)
  • No disturbance through clouding or coloration thanks to amperometric measuring principle
  • Stable zero point
  • No disturbance through temperature influence due to integrated temperature compensation
  • Reduced dependence from flow and cross sensitivities thanks to diaphragm covered electrodes
  • Fast commissioning through short starting time
  • Long lifetime thanks to diaphragm-separated electrodes from the process surroundings as well as defined electrochemical conditions through electrolyte
  • Easy and cost-saving maintenance through diaphragm cap changing
  • Multiple connection possibilities to periphery: via double-conductor to 4-20 mA interface of DULCOMETER® D1C controller, to a measurement transducer type DULCOMETER® DMT for forwarding the signal to a programmable logic controller, or integration in Bus systems (PROFIBUS®, CANopen-Bus)

  • Short delivery times enable near-term replacement
  • Special adjustments and own label for OEM partners

For the sensor selection guide that will help you to choose the right sensor for your application as well as for detailed information on the sensors please see the download section.

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