As well as monitoring wastewater or trade effluent flows and levels, many of our customers rely on us to measure other parameters. One of the most common is chlorine since it is a common element used in a wide variety of processes.
Chlorine, for example, is universally added to tap water for its disinfection properties. When that water is eventually processed at a water treatment works, the chlorine it still contains has the potential to damage both the carbon filters and, consequently, the RO membrane filters.
RO membrane filters are costly to replace so effective maintenance is vital to increase their efficacy and longevity. The solution is the implementation of our ORAKEL chlorine monitor.
The ORAKEL chlorine monitor can be specifically used to detect any chlorine in the water before it actually reaches the RO membrane. If the ORAKEL controller identifies any chlorine is present, it will activate and send an alarm that can be configured to shut off valves to prevent contaminated water reaching the membrane.
Incorporating a zero chlorine sensor designed to measure the absence of chlorine, the Detectronic ORAKEL chlorine monitor can identify even the very lowest levels of free chlorine. It is, therefore, the ideal monitoring system solution for food & drink, process and hospital & pharmaceutical industries wishing to achieve regulatory and statutory compliance and potentially save money on their wastewater and trade effluent charges.Find out more