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New Digital Chlorine Dioxide Testing From Palintest

Posted: Friday 26th March 2010

Palintest Ltd, the leading water analysis technology company, has developed a completely new method for testing Chlorine Dioxide levels in water. The ChlordioXense provides accurate testing without relying on subjective analysis for results. The instrument eliminates the potential for user error giving precise, consistent results whatever the operatorís level of experience.

Developed from the successful electrochemical sensing technology in their ChloroSense digital chlorine sensor (now EPA approved), the ChlordioXense is very easy to operate. Simply insert a disposable electrode along with the water sample and close the lid to start a test. The instrument works for a wide range of concentrations, from 0.02 - 50 mg/l, with sample temperatures up to 40 degrees Celsius, with results given clearly on the LCD screen in less than a minute.

Compared to the US EPA-approved Lissamine Green test method, the ChlordioXense gives accurate results with greater consistency. This means that the time taken and the training needed to get results is significantly reduced, benefiting a wide range of applications from food processing to paper mills and building services.

The unit stores up to 500 results in its on-board memory, and can be connected by USB to a PC for simple downloading. Powered by AA batteries and weighing less than 1kg, it is truly portable and offers effortless Chlorine Dioxide measurement for any situation.

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