Total Chlorine Monitor
The only monitor that works in dirty applications
ATI Model (A15/79)
The total chlorine monitor is an online system that provides the components to perform total residual chlorine measurement reliably and accurately.
There are three separate components:
- Chemistry Module – where buffer and potassium iodide are added for measurement
- Inlet Flow – assembly where raw sample is delivered to the system
- Electronic Readout – containing the chlorine concentration display, analog output, and alarm contacts (available in general wall mount or NEMA 4X).
How it works:
A small amount of sample is pumped into the system and mixes with pH 4 buffer, and then with potassium iodide.
The air stripping system, used for highly contaminated samples, brings the reacted sample to an air-stripping chamber where the released iodine is stripped from the sample, with the resulting air stream directed to the iodine gas sensor located in a separate chamber.
It is ideal for low range measurement of dechlorinated wastewater, where biological growth from sulfur reducing bacteria can cause severe fouling problems in contact systems.
Features and Benefits:
- Gas Phase Sensing: Measurement is made in gas phase without contact between sample and electrodes, eliminating the potential for sensor fouling.
- Range: 0-2.000 or 0-20.00 PPM
- Accuracy: ± 0.01 PPM
- Repeatability: ± 0.01 PPM
- Sensor: Membraned I2 Gas Sensor
- Sensor Cable: 25 feet standard, 100 feet maximum
- Response Time: 95% in 3 Minutes
Please download the technical documentation for further details.