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Chlorine monitoring (help)

Chlorine monitoring (help)

Chlorine monitoring (help)

I need to be able to continuosly monitor chlorine concentrations for 12 separate water sources. The sources are continuously flowing and need to maintain a concentration of 200 +/- 50PPM. The data needs to be accesible (in real time) from a device that is located in another part of the building.

I can provide more specific details if needed.
Any thoughts/ideas will be greatly appreciated!

Thank you

RE: Chlorine monitoring (help)

I put in a new CT on a project and the client insisted their water treatment be controlled using Aquatrac's system which was offered by Prominet. That was a lot of years ago but I remember their controller handled multiple streams with a variety of control options depending what you wanted. Prominent had been very good working with the client to improve their system over the years and they were not about to consider anyone else which makes sense in an existing facility.


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