Chlorine monitors without the reagents
May 22, 2012
One of the major hassles of monitoring chlorine in water systems is that it's a labor-intensive process if you have to use test strips, and it can require lots of expensive reagents if you use some of the better-known automatic monitors.
ATI makes a better, easier-to-use type of chlorine monitor -- good for free chlorine and for combined chlorine (chloramines) -- that requires no reagents. It monitors continuously and has 4-20 mA outputs for relaying the information to any kind of standard control system you use. It's simple and compact, as you can see from this recent installation:
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