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Water Quality Instrumentation

ProMinent Controller DULCOMETER® diaLog DACa

The ProMinent® diaLog DACa has been developed to continually measure and control water quality paramaters.Sensors from 14 freely selectable measured variables (including Free Chlorine) can be connected per channel. This coupled with upto 2 PID outputs makes this the goto analyser for all your water treatment needs.

Streaming Current Monitor

The StreamerSense streaming current monitor is the first in the world to be designed in modular form so that it can be intergrated with other sensors such as pH and UV254. This provides all the tools required for a comprehensive coagulation control instrumentation package

Turbidity Monitor - Rosemount Low Range Turbidimeter

The T56 Clarity II™ turbidimeter system is intended for the determination of turbidity in water. Low stray light, high stability, efficient bubble rejection, and a display resolution of 0.001 NTU make Clarity II™ ideal for monitoring the turbidity of filtered drinking water.

Turbidity Monitor - Hach 1720E

A simplified two-module design includes the sensor and the controller interface. The controller accepts two turbidity sensors adding a second 1720E sensor makes a system with two complete turbidimeters. Connections are simple plug & play.

Particle Counter - ParticleSense,CounterSense

The Particle Counter range from Pi gives you a world’s first. The first particle counters to allow multiple sensors on a single analyser.

Ozone Analyser - OzoSense

OzoSense Residual Ozone Analyser from PI for the measurement of ozone concentration in water, is designed to be simple to install and operate and offers unrivaled stability, accuracy and precision, while offering excellent value for money.





Chemical Feed Solutions Ltd
6a Enterprise Drive Henderson Auckland

PO Box 104-055, Lincoln North, Waitakere 0654
Phone: 09-837-6075
Fax: 09-837-6075
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