||Bench Testing of On-Line Residual Chlorine Analyzers.
Nutt, S. G. ;
Jeffers, E. L. ;
Vachon, D. T. ;
Schuk, W. W. ;
||Canviro Consultants Ltd., Kitchener (Ontario). ;Boeing Services International, Inc., Houston, TX. ;Environmental Protection Service, Burlington (Ontario). Waste Water Technology Centre.;Environmental Protection Agency, Cincinnati, OH. Water Engineering Research Lab.
Chemical analysis ;
Sewage treatment ;
Performance evaluation ;
Field tests ;
Test methods ;
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||Total residual chlorine (TRC) analyzers were selected as the first category of instrumentation to be evaluated by the recently incorporated Instrumentation Testing Service, Inc. Four commercial analyzers, representative of the major technologies available to measure TRC, were tested according to a rigid test protocol designed specifically to evaluate analyzer performance under controlled conditions. Significant differences in the performance of the four analyzers were identified--differences pertinent to the procurement of a specific instrument for a particular application. Bench-scale tests are a useful screening device before field testing and can lead to improved instrument design and performance.
||Prepared in cooperation with Boeing Services International, Inc., Houston, TX., and Environmental Protection Service, Burlington (Ontario). Waste Water Technology Centre. Sponsored by Environmental Protection Agency, Cincinnati, OH. Water Engineering Research Lab.
||Pub. in Jnl. of Water Pollution Control Federation, v57 n9 p948-954 Sep 85.
|NTIS Title Notes
||Reprint: Bench Testing of On-Line Residual Chlorine Analyzers.
|PUB Date Free Form
||14B; 13B; 99A; 68D
||Not available NTIS