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Questo strumento fornisce una guida generale per l'aggiunta e il monitoraggio dell'ipoclorito di sodio (NaOCl) in acqua di lavaggio e di scarico e può essere utilizzato come punto di partenza per lo sviluppo di procedure specifiche di sanificazione. È un buon aiuto per le operazioni di pulizia standardizzate con moderate concentrazioni di acqua di candeggina.

CL-1 tester di ipoclorito di sodio

  • Feature:
    Fast, straightforward results
    Sodium hypochlorite (NaOCl) as the standard solution
    Large LCD screen easy to read

    Range: 0~1200ppm
    Resolution: 1ppm
    Accuracy(NaClO solution): 0~ 50ppm: +-2%+1d , 50~150 ppm: +/-3%+1d , 150~1200 ppm: +/-5%+1d
    Automatic Shutdown after 40 seconds of Non-Use
    Requires 1 CR3032 3V Lithium Batteries
    Size/Weight: 128*25*20mm, 35g

    Determine your NaOCl level
    Fresh fruit and vegetables packers: 50-150ppm
    Non-porous food contact surface: 100-200ppm
    Porous surfaces: 600ppm
    Floors and Walls: 1000ppm

    Safety Considerations
    NaClO concentrations that are too high can damage the product and harm employees.It is wise to wear protective clothing and eye covering when using NaClO solutions. Also, make sure that the area is well ventilated. Harmful chlorine gas can be producted if the solution falls below pH 4.0 or if the NaClO is used in hot water.

    It will take some time to determine how often you will need to check NaClO concentration and add more NaClO to your system. The first time you use the Chlorine meter, check concentration (ppm) levels frequently. If you find that the chlorine is being used up too quickly and you have lots of organic matter (dirts, residue etc.) in your wash water, consider changing the water more often. High levels of inorganic materials (such as iron) in water can alter ppm readings.
    Automatic Temperature Compensation (ATC) self-correcting takes one minute to complete.
    Probe close to container or surface, the mearsured value will be lower.

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