Wednesday, February 8, 2017

New Sensor For Measuring Total Chlorine

total chlorine sensor
Zirkon® DIS Total - Total chlorine process sensor

Courtesy Kuntze Instrument
The measurement of chlorine is a mainstay of many disinfection and drinking water treatment processes. Higher levels of accuracy in measurement of chlorine increase the surety of the disinfection process while limiting use of disinfection chemical products to only what is necessary.

Kuntze Instruments has developed and recently released a total chlorine sensor for use in disinfection processing and drinking water production. The Zirkon® DIS Total measures the level of chlorine compounds. Its open and potentiostatic design offers four primary operator benefits.

  • Immunity to air bubbles
  • Absence of delicate plastic membranes
  • No exchange of electrolyte
  • No membrane exchange
A data sheet is included below that provides more technical data for the  Zirkon® DIS Total sensor. The sensor is designed and configured in a manner that allows its usage with the full range of applicable instrumentation from the company. 

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