Used to determine optimal coagulant dose on a water treatment plant Pi’s range of Laboratory Charge Analyzers accurately measure colloidal and ionic charge using the streaming current principle (electrokinetic charge), which is comparable to zeta potential. Charge demand is determined with titration to the isoelectric point using the plant coagulant, either manually or by use of an automatic titrator.
In addition, the LabSense can help (in conjunction with jar testing) to determine the optimum alkali addition in soft water applications.
Pi’s LabSense Laboratory Charge Analyzers are intuitive, flexible and give great repeatable charge demand determinations time after time.
- LabTrac –accompanying software for extracting and analyzing titration data
- Sample volume range of 200-2000 ml for greatest accuracy
- Sensitivity adjustment for highly conductive samples
- Measures charge and charge demand
- Sturdy housing for easy mobility, quick set-up, and bench-top stability
- Low maintenance, improved reliability
- Detachable probe and piston to facilitate cleaning and prevent corrosion
- Gain control to amplify low level signals
- Zero offset to customise data sets
- Clear display
- Adjustable stand
In addition to the features listed above, the LabSense Laboratory Charge Analyzers have the following additional features.
- Built-in titrator for coagulant (dilute only) (LabSense 2 and 3)
- Built-in titrator for pH (base or acid) (LabSense 3)
- pH measurement (LabSense 3)
- Temperature measurement (LabSense 3)