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Keeping up with the Probe & Piston

In order to get the most out of your Streaming Current analyzers, it is imperative to keep up with any maintenance needs for the probes and pistons. This means periodic cleaning, and eventual replacement....

Chemtrac Products Featured in January Issue of TPO

A case history that was first introduced as a testimonial video on our website, has now landed in print on the pages of TPO (Treatment Plant Operator) magazine. The article highlights the use of the Laboratory Charge Analyzer, and the on-line Streaming Current Monitor, at a North Carolina WTP with rapidly changing source water conditions. The plant personnel rely on the two instruments to determine, and maintain, the optimum dosage of coagulant....

New Free Chlorine Probe Design

Chemtrac is now delivering their free chlorine analyzers with a new and improved sensor. With the previous design, it was recommended to replace the membrane cap annually, and the electrolyte was typically replaced two to four times per year. For the new probes, the membrane caps are expected to last for two years, and the electrolyte can last for a year before it needs to be changed. It must be noted that the membrane caps differ and are unique for the respective probe designs, and are not interchangeable. When ordering replacement caps, please be sure to first determine which probe design you have. Then determine the proper part number for the appropriate cap. The look of the electrodes can be compared in the following photos. The former Free Chlorine probe design incorporated a small...

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