Chlorine measurement

Sunday, 10 April, 2005 | Supplied by: http://www.sitest.com.au/



Eutech Instruments' meter for the measurement of free chlorine, total chlorine, cyanuric acid and pH is a laboratory-grade microprocessor-based colorimeter designed to deliver quick, accurate results with high repeatability.

Five models combining different test parameters are available. C401 measures-free chlorine, total chlorine, cyanuric acid and pH. C301 is for the measurement of free chlorine, total chlorine and pH. C201 provides free chlorine and total chlorine measurements. C102 reads only cyanuric acid, and C101 measures only the pH.

The Eutech colorimeter has auto-ranging capabilities, uses only one-vial-one-sachet per test saving time and reagents, has no detachable parts and does not require a light shield.

Chlorine measurements are based on the USEPA-approved DPD method equivalent to USEPA method 330.5 for wastewater and Standard Method 4500-Cl G for drinking water. Calibration is not necessary for chlorine and cyanuric acid measurements.

The meter is capable of measuring more than three thousand tests on a single set of four AAA alkaline batteries and conserves battery life by activating the auto power-off feature after 10 minutes of non-use.

Other features like IP67-rated waterproof housing and a large format customised LCD displaying mode indicators to guide meter use makes the meter user-friendly. At a relatively light weight of 200 g, the meter floats if accidentally dropped into water. For greater portability, the meter is supplied with the necessary reagents and sample vials in a rugged carry case.

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