The continuous analysis of turbidity in water is an indicator of undesirable, undissolved substances in water. The measurement before and after filter stages can indicate the filter effect and enables, for example, the optimisation of backwashing processes. In the best case, this can lead to water and energy savings.
The electrical and fluidic connections are made via the connection panel of the system. The sensor cube communicates with the system via büS, allowing fully automatic login to the online analysis system. If the sensor is plugged into the system, it is included in the list of büS members and further adaptations to customer requirements can be made.
Fully compatible with büS systems and a wide range of further analysis sensor cubes
Optical sensor according to DIN EN ISO 7027 or EPA method 180.1
Modular sensor cube for hot swap (exchange during operation)
Minimal sample water flow needed
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