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TSS-71 FILTRATION SAMPLER THE FILTRATION SYSTEM WITH IQ

 

The TSS-71 Filtration Sampler has been specially developed for paper industry applications. It automatically draws pulp samples from the paper machine cycle for filtration in order to obtain a suspension with a constant low fiber content. This sample can be used to measure turbidity in FNU/NTU with the optional TIF sensor. The main field of application of the TSS-71 is to transfer a sample to a PCT-20 Charge Analyzer for determination of the surface charge of colloidal dissolved and fine-dispersed particles.

Why install a TSS-71?

All fibers, fines, colloidal substances, and dissolved polymers impact the charge balance. To measure only the dissolved colloidal substances, it is essential to have a filtrate with reproducible quality. It is also important to measure the charge where it originates, in the incoming thick or thin stock, and at a location where a coagulant/fixative is added.

Furthermore, with its turbidity measurement in thick stock it measures also uncharged fine-dispersed solids which can be crucial for some applications.

Benefits

  • Low maintenance
  • Reproducible high filtrate quality
  • Turbidity measurement in FNU/NTU

Characteristics

  • May be employed at any desired location in the paper machine circuit
  • Easy to install
  • Requires no calibration
  • Automatic cleaning function

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