Thursday, December 11, 2008

Ion-sensitive measuring system (ISE)

SEmax CAS40 is an ion-selective electrode system for the continuous measurement of ammonium and nitrate. The system consists of a sensor, electrodes and a transmitter (CAM40) with display and operating elements and is mounted on the basin rim. Up to two ion-selective sensors simultaneously measure the nitrate and ammonium in the activated sludge basin.

It can be applied in:

Wastewater treatment
Municipal waste water
Aeration basin for control of nitrification/denitrification processes

More details can check at the Endress Hauser website.

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