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Air Blast Spray Cleaner to Reduce Overall Operation Costs

Electro-Chemical Devices has launched the AC10 Air Blast Spray Cleaner minimizing the need for manual cleaning of sensors, thus reducing a technician’s work hours and costs of treatment of water and wastewater. This in turn maximizes the precision of HYDRA Ammonium and Nitrate Analyzers.


The device is an automatic sensor cleaning system that increases the duration between each sensor maintenance cycle, thus upholding precision of the sensor measurement in turbid water. This helps to ward off the accumulation of biofilms and various other soft coverings. Besides, being cost- effective by minimizing maintenance time, it also cuts further costs by reducing the amount of chemicals needed for treating the water.

The solution can be deployed as a single or dual channel system with the HYDRA sensors. Available with a Sensor Spray Head and a C22 Analyzer/Controller, it produces an area of high turbulence in the water around the sensor’s measurement end with pressurized air. It features a dependable current contactor that makes for long life. It comes with a 115VAC 3.0Amp or 220VAC 1.3Amp Air Compressor, encased in a rough fiberglass reinforced polyester frame that is resistant to corrosion. It can either be mounted onto a wall or onto a handrail.

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