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Online monitoring solutions for determination of residual chlorine in liquid phase EDC - Monitoring and Testing

The purpose of determining residual chlorine in liquid EDC (ethylene dichloride) is to protect decrease risk of corrosion and damage to production units downstream. For all other analytical solutions in the chlorination process, please browse the On-line Analyzers Suite under Products & Solutions.

Background
Direct chlorination process involves a reaction between ethylene and chlorine using a catalyst (FeCl3) to synthesize EDC. The effluent from the chlorination reactor is highly corrosive, especially at elevated temperature ranges. As little as from about 100 ppm by weight of free chlorine has a highly corrosive effect on downstream equipment when trace amounts of water are present in the effluent.

Parameters: Chlorine

Typical measuring range

0 – 3000 ppm Cl2