Sulphite Monitor for Removal of Ozone
Removal of ozone or chlorine from water is commonly undertaken in the treatment of potable water and process water. Typical applications include the removal of chlorine from town's/mains water prior to using Reverse Osmosis (RO) membranes. RO membranes have a low tolerance to chlorine. If chlorinated water reaches the membranes it will significantly reduce the membrane lifetime and may even destroy the membrane. Another common application occurs in the treatment of water with ozone. Many plants follow ozone treatment with a Granular Activated Carbon (GAC) plant. It is important that ozonated water does not go onto the GACS filter.
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