Laboratory Charge Analyser – LabSense

Used to determine optimal coagulant dose on a water treatment plant Pi’s range of Laboratory Charge Analysers 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.

Charge Sensor

LabSense 1 Laboratory Charge Analyser

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 Analysers are intuitive, flexible and give great repeatable charge demand determinations time after time.

Principle of Operation of LabSense

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