Used to determine optimal coagulant dose on a water treatment plant, Pi’s range of Laboratory Charge Analysers accurately measure colloidal and ionic charge.
Charge Demand (Paper)
Pi’s Charge Analyser for the determination of charge demand at the wet end of a paper machine accurately.
Chlorine analysers from Pi are used in many applications requiring the measurement and control of online residual chlorine levels in water.
Online, continuous Chlorine Dioxide Analysers and Controllers make up the DioSense range.
The ConductiSense range of online conductivity meters from Pi utilise the very latest and best conductivity sensors available in the world today.
The OxySense range of online DO analysers utilises the very latest and best optical sensor available in the world today.
Pi’s FluoriSense range of fluoride monitors and fluoride analysers utilise the very latest and best fluoride sensors available.
The ORPSense range of ORP Meters from Pi utilise the very latest and best ORP sensors available in the world.
The OzoSense Online Dissolved Ozone Monitor from Pi for the measurement of the ozone concentration in water, is designed to be simple to install and operate, and offers unrivalled stability.
The Particle Counter range from Pi is a world first. The first to allow multiple sensors on a single analyser.
The pHSense range of online pH meters from Pi utilise the very latest and best pH sensors available in the world today.
Pool and Spa Control
Swimming pools and spas use chlorine as a disinfectant and so use an analyser to control the amount of chlorine that gets dosed.
The Streaming Current Monitor can be used as an effective feedback coagulation control tool allowing the operator to optimise the coagulation dose, effectively building a coagulation analyser.
Whatever level of suspended solids from 2 NTU all the way up to >8% solids, the SoliSense® is the solution.
Online Turbidity Meters from Pi are called TurbSense® and include analysers, controllers and monitors which determine true online turbidity and/or suspended solids in water.