CLG-6059T Online Residual Chlorine Analyzer

Short Description:

CLG-6059T residual chlorine analyzer can directly integrate the residual chlorine and pH value into a whole machine, and centrally observe and manage it on the touch screen panel display; the system integrates water quality online analysis, database and calibration functions. Water quality residual chlorine data collection and analysis provide great convenience.

1. The integrated system can detect pH, residual chlorine and temperature;

2. 10-inch color touch screen display, easy to operate;

3. Equipped with digital electrodes, plug and use, simple installation and maintenance;


Product Detail

Technical Indexes

What is Residual Chlorine?

Application field
Monitoring of chlorine disinfection treatment water such as swimming pool water, drinking water, pipe network and secondary water supply etc.


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  • Measurement configuration

    PH/Temp/residual chlorine

    Measuring range

    Temperature

    0-60℃

    pH

    0-14pH

    Residual chlorine analyzer

    0-20mg/L (pH: 5.5-10.5)

    Resolution and accuracy

    Temperature

    Resolution: 0.1℃   Accuracy: ±0.5℃

    pH

    Resolution: 0.01pH  Accuracy: ±0.1 pH

    Residual chlorine analyzer

    Resolution: 0.01mg/L  Accuracy: ±2% FS

    Communication Interface

    RS485

    Power supply

    AC 85-264V

    Water flow

    15L-30L/H

    Working Environment

    Temp:0-50℃;

    Total power

    50W

    Inlet

    6mm

    Outlet

    10mm

    Cabinet size

    600mm×400mm×230mm(L×W×H

    Residual chlorine is the low level amount of chlorine remaining in the water after a certain period or contact time after its initial application. It constitutes an important safeguard against the risk of subsequent microbial contamination after treatment—a unique and significant benefit for public health.

    Chlorine is a relatively cheap and readily available chemical that, when dissolved in clear water in sufficient quantities, will destroy most disease causing organisms without being a danger to people. The chlorine, however, is used up as organisms are destroyed. If enough chlorine is added, there will be some left in the water after all the organisms have been destroyed, this is called free chlorine. (Figure 1) Free chlorine will remain in the water until it is either lost to the outside world or used up destroying new contamination.

    Therefore, if we test water and find that there is still some free chlorine left, it proves that most dangerous organisms in the water have been removed and it is safe to drink. We call this measuring the chlorine residual.

    Measuring the chlorine residual in a water supply is a simple but important method of checking that the water that is being delivered is safe to drink

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