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Sensors & Probes

Chlorine dioxide

How to measure chlorine dioxide in water?

SYCLOPE offers different probes for the measurement of chlorine dioxide in drinking water or other industrial processes. Chlorine dioxide has a strong oxidizing power and is particularly used in hot water processes.

What are the advantages of these probes?

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Continuous accurate analysis

Amperometric sensors

Probes supporting pressure up to 8 bars (references: CAA2573 and CAA2571)

Probes that can be used at high temperatures, from 50 to 70 °C

Chlorine Dioxide Probe CAA2540 and CAA2541

Applications
  • Drinking water
  • Sanitary hot water
Measure
  • Chlorine dioxide
Measuring range
  • 0,02 – 2 ppm (CAA2541)
  • 0,1 – 10 ppm (CAA2540)
pH range
  • 5,5 – 11 pH
Temperature range
  • 5 – 45°C (with temperature compensation)
Maximum pressure and flow rate
  • 1 bar
  • Mini : 20 l/h
  • Maxi : 100 l/h
  • Recommended : 30 l/h
Start-up time and final calibration
  • First calibration after 2 h
  • After 24 hours
Membrane lifetime
  • Normally 1 year (depending on water quality)
Material and type of protection
  • PVC black
  • IP 65
Power supply and output signal
  • 16 – 24 VDC
  • 4-20 mA

Chlorine Dioxide Sensors CAA2559 and CAA2571

Applications
  • Drinking water
  • Sanitary hot water
  • Process water
Measure
  • Chlorine dioxide
Disturbance by other oxidants
  • Chlorine
  • Chlorites
  • Ozone
Measuring range
  • 0 – 1 ppm
pH range
  • 5 – 9 pH
Temperature range
  • Drinking water: 5 – 50 °C
  • Hot sanitary water : 5 – 70°C
Maximum pressure and flow rate
  • 8 bars
  • Mini : 20 l/h
  • Maxi : 80 l/h
  • Recommended : 30 l/h
Start-up time and final calibration
  • First calibration after 2 h
  • After 24 hours
Membrane lifetime
  • Normally 1 year (depending on water quality)

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