Chloride L (B)

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Chloride
Chlorides as Cl- are present in virtually all waters. Concentrations are higher in wastewater than in raw water because Sodium Chloride from foodstuffs etc. passes through the digestive system unchanged.
The presence of Chlorides in boiler waters is undesirable as they tend to increase the water's electrical conductivity and hence its corrosion potential.

Applications

  • Cooling Water
  • Drinking Water Treatment
  • Galvanization
  • Raw Water Treatment
  • Waste Water Treatment
Parameter Count Title Parameter and Range Part Number Add to quotation cart
Boiler Water MD 100 Boiler Water Chloride L (B) 0.5 - 20 mg/L Cl- 276230
Boiler Water MD 110 Boiler Water Chloride L (B) 0.5 - 20 mg/L Cl- 2962302
MD 600 Chloride L (B) 0.5 - 20 mg/L Cl- 214020
MD 610 Chloride L (B) 0.5 - 20 mg/L Cl- 214025
MD 640 Chloride L (B) 0.5 - 20 mg/L Cl- 214140
Spectrophotometer XD 7000 (VIS) Chloride L (B) 0.5 - 20 mg/L Cl- 71307000
Spectrophotometer XD 7500 (UV-VIS) Chloride L (B) 0.5 - 20 mg/L Cl- 71307500
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Instruction Manual Single Method M92 - Chloride L (B) Instruction Manual PDF (2.99 MB)