SFC SC

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Online flow-proportional process controller for chemical dosing in municipal and industrial water treatment applications

  • Determines the control signal for the positioner/dosing pump from the control variable and the dosing factor Sets the position of the positioner accurately using a feedback signal
  • Automatic correction in the event of nonlinearity of the gas feeder
Discontinued product
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Online flow-proportional process controller for chemical dosing in municipal and industrial water treatment applications

  • Determines the control signal for the positioner/dosing pump from the control variable and the dosing factor Sets the position of the positioner accurately using a feedback signal
  • Automatic correction in the event of nonlinearity of the gas feeder
Discontinued product

Description

The SFC SC system is used for flow proportional controlled dosing of chemicals used in municipal water treatment and for similar industrial process applications. It can control automatic v-notch positioners in gas feed systems, such as the V10k™ and V2000™ systems, or automatic stroke length positioners and variable speed drives in dosing pump systems. The SFC SC system is available either as standalone wall-mounted unit, equipment-mounted, or as a panel-mountable unit for installation in a control enclosure.

Features

Features

  • Wide dosage range: 10 – 400 %
  • Electronic override
  • Milliamp or relay output control signals
  • Security access
  • Graphical display of all parameters and process variables

Benefits

  • Easy to operate thanks to intuitive menu navigation, diagnostics menu to simplify maintenance and installation, automatic display of any faults
  • Multiple correction values can be used for linearization of the dosing feedback

Specs

Analyzer and Controller Function
  • Single Channel Process Controller, Analytics
Analyzer and Controller Sensor
  • Chlorine (Cl), chlorine dioxide (ClO2) pH, Fluoride (F), Ozone (O3), Conductivity, Redox (ORP), potassium permanganate (KMnO4), Temperature