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DULCOTEST® Sensors for Peracetic Acid

Graduated measuring ranges 1 – 2,000 mg/l

Measurement of peracetic acid concentration with DULCOTEST® sensors: Precise and reliable for disinfection in safety-sensitive applications in the food, pharmaceutical and medical industries. Can also be used in waste water treatment.

Product description

Reliable online measurement of peracetic acid – with DULCOTEST® sensors.

Our product line of DULCOTEST® peracetic acid Peracetic acid is particularly used in the food and beverage industry, but also for disinfection in ... more in the glossary sensors provides two types of sensor for different measuring ranges.

Your benefits

  • Precise, real-time amperometric measurement for efficient process control
  • Amperometric measuring means no clouding or discolouration
  • Use of sensors if hydrogen peroxide is present without cross sensitivity
  • Use of sensors if dissolved matter, surfactants and film-forming media are present without damage to diaphragm
  • Use of sensors under process conditions with CIP (cleaning in place) and rinsers (bottling)
  • Stable zero point means no drift

Field of application

  • CIP (cleaning in place)
  • Bottling
  • Disinfection in pharmaceutical and medical technology
  • Waste water treatment

    Technical Details

    • Measuring range Type PAA 1-mA-200ppm: 0-200 ppm
    • Measuring range Type PAA 1-mA-2000ppm: 0-2000 ppm
    • Conditions of use: Temperature up to 45 °C, pressure up to 3 bar (30 °C)

    Peracetic Acid Sensor PAA 1-mA

    Sensor for the measurement of peracetic acid without cross-sensitivity towards hydrogen peroxide. For use in contaminated washing and waste water

    Your benefits

    • Measured variable: Peracetic acid, without cross-sensitivity towards the accompanying chemical, hydrogen peroxide
    • Diaphragm-covered sensor minimises faults caused by changing flow or ingredients in the water
    • Resistance to films of dirt by pore-free diaphragm
    Measured variablePeracetic acid
    Reference methodTitration
    pH range1.0 … 9.0 (peracetic acid stability range)
    Cross sensitivityOzone, chlorine dioxide, chlorine, bromine
    Temperature1 … 45 °C
    Admissible temperature fluctuation0.3 °C/min
    Response time sensor t90≈ 3 min
    Max. pressure3.0 bar, (30 °C, in DGM)
    Intake flow30…60 l/h (in in-line probe housing DGM or DLG III)
    Supply voltage16...24 V DC (two-wire technology)
    Output signal4…20 mA ≈ measuring range, temperature-compensated, uncalibrated, not electrically isolated
    SelectivityPeracetic acid selective towards hydrogen peroxide
    InstallationBypass: open sample water outlet
    In-line probe fittingDGM, DLG
    Measuring and control equipmentD1C, DAC
    Typical applicationsScouring in Cleaning in Place (CIP), rinsers, also suitable in the presence of cationic and anionic tensides. The selective measurement of peracetic acid and hydrogen peroxide is possible.
    Resistance toSalts, acids, alkalis, surfactants, dirt films
    Measuring principle, technologyAmperometric, 2 electrodes, membrane-covered
    Measuring rangeOrder no.
    PAA 1-mA-200 ppm1…200 mg/l1022506
    PAA 1-mA-2000 ppm10…2,000 mg/l1022507

    Note: a mounting kit (order no. 815079) is required for initial fitting of the sensors in the in-line probe housing DLG III.

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    Reliable online measurement of peracetic acid – with DULCOTEST® sensors.

    Our product line of DULCOTEST® peracetic acid Peracetic acid is particularly used in the food and beverage industry, but also for disinfection in ... more in the glossary sensors provides two types of sensor for different measuring ranges.

    Your benefits

    • Precise, real-time amperometric measurement for efficient process control
    • Amperometric measuring means no clouding or discolouration
    • Use of sensors if hydrogen peroxide is present without cross sensitivity
    • Use of sensors if dissolved matter, surfactants and film-forming media are present without damage to diaphragm
    • Use of sensors under process conditions with CIP (cleaning in place) and rinsers (bottling)
    • Stable zero point means no drift

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    Vice President Sales and Marketing, ProMinent GmbH

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