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    pH Meter for Wastewater Treatment

    In primary treatment, the suspended solid pollutants in the sewage will be removed, and most physical treatments can only meet the requirements of primary treatment. After the primary treatment, 30% BOD can be removed from the wastewater. It doesn’t meet the emission standard. Primary treatment is a pre treatment of secondary treatment.
    In secondary treatment, colloid and dissolved organic pollutants (BOD, COD) in the waste water will be removed, and the removal rate can be higher than 90%. The organic pollutants meet emission standards. Use pH meter to monitor whether the emissions of organic pollutants are up to standard.
    In tertiary treatment, non biodegradable organic pollutants, N, P and other soluble inorganic substances that lead to eutrophication of water bodies are further processed. Main methods are biological nitrogen and phosphorus removal method, coagulant sedimentation method, sand filtration method and activated carbon adsorption method.

    How to select a pH electrode?

    In industry, the pH meter is used more frequent as a pH measuring and analyzing instrument rather than the pH test paper and standard colour chart. The digital pH meter display screen can accurately show the pH value on real time, the error is greatly increased by one order of magnitude than that of pH test paper. Moreover, it can also realize the automatic control of pH value and pH value alarm. But due to the service life of pH electrodes, it is easy to break down, as a result, users have to pay much money in replace new pH electrodes. Next we will introduce the selection experience of pH electrode in several typical industries, so as to provide reference for users.

    What is a pH meter?

    A pH meter is an digital instrument used to test and monitor the pH value of a solution. It works by the principle of primary battery, of which the electromotive force between two electrodes is based on the Nernst Law. Electromotive force of primary battery is affected by both property of electrodes and hydrogen ion concentration in the solution. There is a correspondence relationship between the electromotive force and hydrogen ion concentration of the primary battery, namely negative logarithm of the hydrogen ion concentration is equal to the pH value.