Product News: June 2018

Browse the latest products exclusively for the water and wastewater treatment industry

Electro-Chemical Devices FC80 free chlorine sensor
The FC80 free chlorine sensor from Electro-Chemical Devices eliminates the need for reagents while providing accurate free chlorine measurement performance for applications in municipal drinking water and various industrial water treatment processes. The sensor monitors free chlorine in municipal drinking water from 0.05 to 20 ppm chlorine as the standard range, or 0.01 to 5.00 ppm with the low-range sensor. It is compliant with EPA Method 334.0 for measuring drinking water, includes digital communication capabilities and operates over a temperature range from 32 to 122 degrees F. 800-729-1333; www.ecdi.com.


Val-Matic Valve stainless steel air valves 
Val-Matic Valve’s stainless steel wastewater air valves maintain system design efficiency and provide system protection. The seamless cast stainless steel body prevents corrosion and increases integrity and is lightweight for easy installation. The valve design provides ease of maintenance and years of trouble-free operation in the harshest conditions. The cast stainless steel bodies are recommended for severe service where hydrogen sulfide or industrial chemicals produce accelerated corrosion in iron. 630-941-7600; www.valmatic.com.


BJM Pumps JX Series submersible pumps 
BJM Pumps’ expanded JX Series line of submersible pumps includes the JX150CSS and JX220CSS. These models are designed for applications where caustic or acidic fluids are present, such as those in food, chemical or pharmaceutical processing. All metal parts exposed to pumped liquids are made of 316 stainless steel and a double-mechanical seal design, with separate lip seal, protects the motor. Thermal switches embedded in the motor windings protect the motor if the temperature or amperage rises too high. Seal Minder motor protection is standard. 877-256-7867; www.bjmpumps.com.



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