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Purpose of full-vacuum chlorinators

Chlorine gas is important for the disinfection of potable and swimming pool water but also represents a source of danger as far as handling, transportation and storage are concerned.Therefore the vacuum principle has been used in chlorination installations already for decades. According to this principle, the pressure of the chlorine gas is reduced to vacuum, and only then, if the vacuum is sufficient, will chlorine gas flow to the metering point. The main safety aspect is that the  escape of chlorine  gas  is actually avoided. Even in the case of a line rupture chlorine gas cannot escape but only ambient air can be primed. 


Full-vacuum chlorinator TJ- C2212+

The full-vacuum chlorinator used as pressure reducing valve is of central importance for the safety in vacuum installations. For this reason the TJ- C2212+ version has been designed in accordance with the highest safety standards. Its compact design is most suitable for installations  of  simple  structure.

Technical data of the full-vacuum chlorinator

Materials                                    Chlorine-resistant  such  as  nickel-plate  brass, Hastelloy, PVC, Viton

Operating vacuum                   80 mbar (for 200g/h) Response pressure of safety 30 mbar valve

Maximum flow                          Depending on the measuring glass

Setting ratio                              1:20

Accuracy                                   +/- 6% final scale reading

Weight                                        3000 g

Pressure stage                        PN16

Pressure connection              union nut W1", G5/8, G3/4

Metering connection               PE tubing d 8/12

Blowdown connection            PE tubi

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