chlorine monitoring Applications

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Measurement solution for liquid TiCl4 vanadium oxychloride monitor

by Protea Limited     based in Middlewich, UNITED KINGDOM

The chloride process of titanium dioxide (TiO2) pigment manufacture first converts titania-containing ores to TiCl4 via a carbochlorination reaction at a high temperature in a chlorinator in the presence of chlorine gas and petroleum coke added as a reductant.

Drinking water solutions for the TOC removal efficiency

by Real Tech Inc.     based in Whitby, ONTARIO (CANADA)

Problem: Organic matter (UV254/TOC) in drinking water can react with chlorine to form harmful disinfection by-products (DBPs). Some removal of TOC is achieved through the conventional drinking water treatment processes, while carbon absorption may be used to further enhance the removal of TOC prior to chlorine disinfection.

Water quality monitoring systems for wastewater & effluents monitoring industry

by SWAN Analytische Instrumente AG     based in Hinwil, SWITZERLAND

Instruments for monitoring the aeration-process, nitrification and de-nitrification; chlorination and de-chlorination; as well as the final discharge into the environment.

Ozone/UV systems for swimming pool water treatment

by Lifetech     based in Brno, CZECH REPUBLIC

Studies have proven that chlorine use has negative consequences due to the formation of byproducts, i.e. chlorinated organic compounds and chloramines. Irritation of eyes and mucous membranes, drying out the skin as well as “chlorine smell” are well known troubles. However, these byproducts also accelerate the corrosion in pool halls and significant risk is given by their toxicity (chloramines, combined chlorine) and/or carcinogenicity. Higher rate of asthma prevalence is one of the consequences. These are the reasons why the combined chlorine content - as a marker of chlorination byproducts presence - is to be monitored and why its limit values are specified by authorities. To meet the limits can be tedious and expensive because more water has to be changed and heated up. Chlorine disinfection is not sufficient to prevent infections caused by some waterborne pathogens as dangerous protozoan parasites Cryptosporidium parvum and Giardia lamblia.

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