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Decentralized field unit for measuring water parameters

By Chemical Engineering |

Bürkert Fluid Control Systems

The modular Online Analysis System for measuring water quality is now also available as a compact field unit (photo). Users can set parameters and evaluate measured data via digital interfaces. The field unit can be equipped with up to six sensor cubes, which it supplies with power, and guarantees full communication with the process control system. Required parameters, such as pH, chlorine/chlorine dioxide, conductivity, redox potential (ORP) and turbidity, can be recorded at various points in the process. Using the EDIP (Efficient Device Integration Platform) and graphical programming, all the parameters of the various sensor cubes can be adapted and individual warning messages generated. Customized systems can also be set up. — Bürkert Fluid Control Systems, Ingelfingen, Germany

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