Measurement Control Options
Chlorine dioxide or redox systems available to maintain control chemical levels within
the water system or just for monitoring, with control parameters chemical low level protection and alarm output
to building management system.
Freestanding unit with integrated bunded area designed to generate chlorine dioxide through our biohibix control module system, with
all dosing pumps, controller and pipework neatly contained within the framework of the system. Activated chemical chlorine dioxide
stored in a holding tank thus giving a greater degree of reaction time before use, system automatically replenishes used chemical
whilst keeping a reserve level available at all times.
Chlorine dioxide can then be dosed proportionally into the water systems to
provide a simple yet effective dosing solution to all types of applications, and allows connection of additional dosing pumps to the
This system combines proportional dosing of two chemicals with a redox control system which monitors the chlorine dioxide levels in
the water and overrides the proportional dosing if sufficient levels are being registered in the system. Therefore control is harmonized
between the water through the system and monitoring of the redox probe and information sent back accordingly to the controller, to
prevent overdosing a second set point is used to activate a high level alarm module that lockout all dosing of the system.
high alarm beacon indicates the lockout status of the system, with the instrument has numerous control features including 4-20mA current
output for building management intergration.
Electronic Dosing Systems Ltd
Ryelands Business Centre, Elmley Lovett, Droitwich, Worcestershire, WR9 0PT
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