Water Treatment Liquid Level Sensor

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Chlorine dioxide is a neutral chlorine gas compound thats often used in combination with sodium hypochlorite for water treatment applications. Chlorine dioxide does not hydrolyze when mixed with water. Rather, it remains a dissolved gas in solution. When combined with chlorine, it becomes a very effective biocide for water born viruses and bacteria. But the resulting solution is highly acidic, and once treated, the water must be neutralized prior to consumption. At this water treatment plant, EchoSonic ultrasonic level transmitters are installed in each of their sulfuric acid day tanks, which are used for neutralization. The non-contact sensors provide continuous level data to the PLC, which in turn, actuates a pump to refill the day tanks, when their levels reach 25% of capacity. EchoSonic is reliable sulfuric acid water treatment level measurement.