Colormetry


colormetryWater hardness is considered to be the most common factor in damaging a boiler. The hardness level (ionic concentration) of water inflow to a boiler usually must be checked manually by using chemical reagents known as indicators. Manual measurement using these conventional methods causes such problems as time consumption, personal error or deviation and lack of continuity in monitoring hardness leakage. Colormetry solves all these problems by offering an automatic monitoring system for sample water collection, chemical reagent injection, mixing and evaluation.

Specifications Special Features Note

Specifications

Colormetry
Voltage AC 24V
Frequency 20W
Method 50/60 HZ
Monitor Range 3,450 LB/HR
Alarm Set Point Over 1 MG/LOver 2 MG/L
External Alarm Point Alarm output capacity at contact C : AC 24V 1A, Dry Contact
Operation Output Open collector output capacity : DC 24V, 70mA
Raw Water Pressure 7-70 PSI
Water Temperature 41-104 F°
Operation Temperature 41-122 F°
Humidity 20-90%RH (no condensation, no freezing)
Cartridge Replacement Every 4 months
Connector Size – Inlet Ø 1/4 in. (diameter) tube
Connector Size – Outlet Ø 5/16 in. (diameter) tube
Installation Indoor wall mount
Configuration 5 W x 4 L x 20.6 H in.
Weight 4.6 LBS