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Product Catalogue Volume 2 1.0.1www.prominent.com Product Catalogue Volume 2 Measuring, Control and Sensor Technology Precision by design Precise sensor technology and high-performance measuring and control technology are the guarantee of process safety when metering liquid media. We deal with it in detail in Chapter 1! Discover a huge range of DULCOTEST® sensors for precise recording of different parameters in real time. The controllers in Chapter 2 will introduce consistent quality into your process. From the simple conversion of measuring signals to controllers optimised for complex,...

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New Measuring, Control and Sensor Technology Products 1.0.1www.prominent.com New Measuring, Control and Sensor Technology Products Ozone Sensor OZR 1-mA Sensor for measuring and monitoring the absence of ozone. For operation on controllers with 4-20 mA input ࡯ Measured variable: Ozone, without cross sensitivity to chlorine, hydrogen peroxide ࡯ Diaphragm-covered sensor (encapsulated) minimises faults caused by changing flow or ingredients in the water ࡯ Suitable also for monitoring the absence of ozone (rupture monitoring on filters) and for discontinuous ozone treatment processes ࡯...

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Contents Measuring, control and sensor technology 1 Sensor Technology DULCOTEST® 1.0 Overview of Sensor Technology DULCOTEST® 1-1 1.0.1 Selection Guide 1-1 1-4 Sensor Technology DULCOTEST® Measuring Principles 1.1.1 Three Measurement Priciples for Reliable Water Treatment 1-4 1.1.2 Potentiometry - Measures an Electrode’s Potential in a Sample Solution 1-4 1.1.3 Amperometry - A Current Measurement Used to Determine the Concentration of Predetermined Dissolved Solids in Aqueous Solutions 1-5 1.1.4 Advantages of DULCOTEST® Amperometric Sensors at a Glance 1-6 1.1.5 Conductometry – The...

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Contents Measuring, control and sensor technology 2.2 2.1.9 Odour Reduction Application Examples (Clarification Plants) Controller DULCOMETER® D1Cb/D1Cc 2.2.1 Controller DULCOMETER® D1Cb/D1Cc 2.2.2 Identity Code Ordering System DULCOMETER® D1Cb, Wall Mounting 2.2.3 Identity Code Ordering System DULCOMETER® D1Cb, Wall Mounting 2.2.4 D1Ub Identity Code Ordering System, Subsequent Function Upgrade for D1Cb 2.2.5 Identity Code Ordering System D1Uc, Subsequent Function Upgrade for D1Cc 2.2.6 D1Cb and D1Cc Application and Ordering Examples 2.2.7 Application Examples, Treatment of Swimming Pool...

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Measuring, control and sensor technology 2.5 Controller AEGIS ll/Cool Control Pro 2.5.1 Controller AEGIS ll/Cool Control Pro 2.5.2 Identity Code Ordering System for AEGIS ll/Cool Control Pro 2.6 Controller with Integral Metering Pump 2.6.1 Controller with Integral Metering Pump 2.7.1 Transmitter DULCOMETER® DMTa 2.7.2 Identity Code Ordering System for Transmitter DMTa Application Example: Measurement of Free Chlorine with Transmitter DULCOMETER® DULCOPAC Application Examples for DULCOPAC 2.8 Measuring and Test Systems 2.8.1 Portable Meter Portamess® - Measured Variable pH/ORP 2.8.2 Portable...

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Measuring, control and sensor technology page 4.5.1 Maintenance Kits for Metering Pumps 4-13 4.5.2 Maintenance Kits for Measured Variables 4-13 4.6.1 Portable Meter Portamess®-Measured Variable pH/ORP 4-14 5 ProMinent® Chemical Resistance List 5-1

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1.0 Overview of Sensor Technology DULCOTEST® 1.0.1 Selection Guide 1.0.1Product Catalogue 2016 Selection Guide for pH Sensors DULCOTEST® Medium Temperature/ pressure Sensor type Typical application Chemical processes Chemically contaminated water, low-conductivity water < 50 µS/cm Swimming pool water, potable water, glass shaft Swimming pool, aquarium, plastic shaft Process water Chemically contaminated water, e.g. Cr6+, CN- Solid matter, turbidity Cooling water, waste water Solid matter, non-translucent Suspensions, sludge, emulsions Clear to turbid, containing fluoride, pH 0-7 Exhaust air...

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1.0 Overview of Sensor Technology DULCOTEST® Selection guide for DULCOTEST® amperometric sensors Measured variable Free chlorine Potable water, swimming pools Free chlorine Free chlorine Process and waste water 10 - 200 mg/l Potable water, swimming pool water 0.01 - 10 mg/l Free chlorine Potable water, swimming pool water, in situ electrolysis (without diaphragm) Hot water up to 70 °C (legionella), in situ electrolysis (without diaphragm) Potable water, swimming pools Potable water, swimming pools Potable water, swimming pool water Cooling, industrial and waste water, water with higher pH...

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1.0 Overview of Sensor Technology DULCOTEST® Conductivity sensor selection guide Conductivity > 20 mS/cm or residue-forming medium or chemically aggressive medium? ➜ Inductive conductivity measurement Conductive conductivity measurement ➜ ➜ Do the following conditions exist? Further selection according to summary table: ࡯ Chemically corrosive medium or ࡯ Temperatures > 70 °C or ࡯ Measured value < 200 µS/cm or > 1000 mS/cm Measuring range Temperature Process adjustment Electrical connection Installation in the process line: with stainless steel flange accessory For immersion with accessory:...

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1.1 Sensor Technology DULCOTEST® Measuring Principles 1.1.1 Three Measurement Priciples for Reliable Water Treatment 1.1Sensor Technology DULCOTEST® Measuring Principles ࡯ Potentiometry is used to determine: pH value, ORP and fluoride concentration ࡯ Amperometry is used to determine: chlorine, bromine, chlorine dioxide, ozone, hydrogen peroxide, peracetic acid ࡯ Conductometry is used to determine electrolytic conductivity Potentiometry - Measures an Electrode’s Potential in a Sample Solution As the measurement of the potential of a sensor (half chain) is not possible, a measuring chain is...

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1.1 Sensor Technology DULCOTEST® Measuring Principles Measurement of the redox voltage is also a potentiometric measurement The term "redox" (or ORP - oxidation/reduction potential) stands for the reduction and oxidation that occur alongside each other in aqueous solutions. In general, oxidation involves the removal of electrodes with an oxidising agent acting as an electron acceptor. Reduction is the opposite with electrodes being taken up, with the reducing agent acting as an electron donor. The redox voltage is measured with a precious metal electrode, generally platinum. In an oxidising...

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