Electro-Chemical Devices' series of sensors for chlorine analysis fit into chlorine monitoring systems in a wide variety of aqueous environments. The FCA-22 Free Chlorine Sensor, TCA-22 Total Chlorine Sensor and CDA-22 Chlorine Dioxide Sensor are high-accuracy amperometric sensors for fresh water applications including monitoring of industrial cooling and rinse water, drinking water and wastewater. All chlorine sensors are also available as turn-key panel mount systems, featuring a simple “plumb-and-play” design combined with ECD’s C22 Analyzer/Controller.
Universal Toroidal Sensors
Electro-Chemical Devices' Universal Toroidal Sensors measure multiple individual liquid parameters for industrial process and manufacturing operations. The ECD Models S10 and S17 measure pH, ORP, DO, Resistivity and Conductivity. The sensors feature a small diameter configuration design and support applications in many industries. Model S10 is an immersion or insertion sensor, and the S17 is a valve retractable sensor. The sensors have a 0.75-inch diameter PVDF body and a universal diameter that can fit into existing devices without needing to re-plumb the flow cell.
Fluoride Monitoring System
The Fluoride Monitoring System from Electro-Chemical Devices is designed with advanced System C22 Smart Controller and precision S10 and S17 Fluoride pIon Sensors. The controller features a multi-bus design, which enables customization of up to four inputs and six outputs in a 1/2 DIN NEMA 4X enclosure, channel comparisons or measurement compensation, configurable conductivity concentration curves and the graphical display of data and PID control on the outputs or up to eight optional SPDT relays.
Free Chlorine Analyzer
Municipal water system and industrial process engineers will find the FCA-22 Analyzer system precisely measures free residual chlorine while also offering a low cost-of-ownership. It is designed to monitor free chlorine in drinking water, rinse water, cooling water, and other fresh water samples from 0.05 to 20.0 ppm Cl2
, 5 to 9 pH, and at temperatures from 32 to 122°F (0 to 50°C). The device also features a long-lasting sensor that minimizes part replacement and technician labor expenses. The unit's constant head flow control device maintains the optimum water flow past the sensor over a wide range of incoming sample flow rates from 10 to 80 gallons per hour. The Cl2
sensor’s polarographic, gold/silver PFTE membrane construction extends sensor life to reduce operational costs.