streaming current

Changing the Probe in the Chemtrac DuraTrac 4 Streaming Current Sensor

Over time, the probe and the piston in the Duratrac 4 Streaming Current Sensor will become worn, and subsequently less responsive. When this happens, cleaning the probe and piston surfaces may not be enough to improve the response to a degree of satisfaction....

Changing the Piston in the Chemtrac DuraTrac 4 Streaming Current Sensor

Over time, the probe and the piston in the Duratrac 4 Streaming Current Sensor will become worn, and subsequently less responsive. When this happens, cleaning the probe and piston surfaces may not be enough to improve the response to a degree of satisfaction....

Cleaning the Chemtrac DuraTrac 4 Sensor Probe and Piston

Periodically the Streaming Current Sensor will become less responsive, and when this happens, the probe and piston should be cleaned. The cleaning alone can restore the sensor back to where it is once again delivering expected performance results....

Cleaning the Chemtrac DuraTrac 3 Sensor Probe and Piston

Periodically the Streaming Current Sensor will become less responsive, and when this happens, the probe and piston should be cleaned. The cleaning alone can restore the sensor back to where it is once again delivering expected performance results....

Come See us at WEFTEC (Booths 1841 & 1844)

Chemtrac is in Chicago this week exhibiting at WEFTEC along with a few sister companies: NEFCO, Mass Transfer Systems, LEEM Filtration, Mer-Made Filter, and Sanborn Technologies. We are all owned by our parent company, North American Filtration, and we are sharing one 20’ x 50’ booth....

Video Testimonial: Lab and Online Charge Analyzers for Challenging River Water Coagulant Dosing

The water treatment plant in King, NC has a source water that is quite a challenge to treat. The Yadkin River can experience quick and substantial changes in turbidity (NTU) and organics (TOC). Subsequently the required chemical feed dosages can be significantly impacted in a short period of time. Looking for the appropriate technology to help optimize their coagulation, settling, and filtration process, allowing them to produce the best water for their customers, they turned to two products from Chemtrac: the Laboratory Charge Analyzer (LCA), and the online Streaming Current Charge Analyzer (HydroACT Analyzer, and the DuraTrac 4 Streaming Current Sensor)....

Chemtrac to Exhibit at ACE17 in Philadelphia

The Lab Charge Analyzer will be featured at the Chemtrac Booth (#2025) during the upcoming AWWA ACE17 conference and exhibition, June 11-14. The LCA allows for a target coagulant dose to be automatically determined in just a matter of minutes. Chemtrac will also have on display variety of analyzers including their on-line Streaming Current Monitor, particle counters, and reagentless chlorine analyzers. If you are going to be in Philadelphia for ACE17, please make it a point to stop by Booth 2025....

SC Water Treatment Plant Overcomes Challenges due to Epic Flood

In October, 2015, the city of Columbia, SC received about 24 inches of rain in 48 hours. Severe flooding occurred. The storm had an impact on the Broad River, and subsequently created challenges for a local water treatment plant....

Chemtrac to Exhibit at IWC in San Antonio

The 77th Annual International Water Conference will be held November 6-9 in San Antonio, TX.  The IWC remains the premier source of technical information and training in the industrial water and wastewater business, spanning numerous industrial sectors, and addressing today’s most relevant technical topics.  Chemtrac will once again be hosting a booth in the IWC Exhibit Hall....

Another Successful Showcase at ACE 2016

The Chemtrac team joined attendees at ACE 2016 in Chicago, IL to discuss the latest models of Streaming Current Monitors, Particle Counters, Chlorine Analyzers, and HydroACT multi-parameter analyzer.   The Laboratory Charge Analyzer, a bench-top streaming current unit, was the featured product. As mentioned previously, the LCA builds on the success and solid performance of its predecessor models (CCA3100, ECA2100 and ECAT2100), allowing for charge neutralization titrations to accurately determine target coagulant dosages for surface water treatment. Essentially, the LCA provides a way for conducting jar tests in less than five minutes, as opposed to the traditional methods that can take in excess of an hour to run....

Happy Birthday Chemtrac, Inc. — Thirty One-derful Years!

We are happy to say that this month marks the 31st anniversary of Chemtrac, Inc. Founded in 1985 upon the release of a new Streaming Current Monitor, Chemtrac has come a long way and is now recognized as one of the world’s leading manufacturers of Streaming Current Monitors and Particle Counters, as well as the provider of the HydroACT series of multi-parameter analyzers....

Removing Iron and Manganese in less than 10 minutes

Routine cleaning is essential for a streaming current monitor to work properly.   Therefore, plant operators desire a unit that is easy to clean, uses a good cleaning agent, and has a quick recovery of the streaming current reading after the cleaning is complete.   A 1:1 solution of hydrogen peroxide (approx. 5%) and acetic acid (common household vinegar) offers plant operators a simple and safe alternative to harsh cleaners.   A simple spray bottle and brush are all that is needed for a cleaning that takes less than 10 minutes to dissolve iron, manganese, and permanganate stains from the flow cell. Cleaning Steps: Remove probe, piston and flow cell from the SCM. Spray these pieces with 1:1 solution and allow the solution to set for a couple minutes. Brush the probe and piston before reass...

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