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Automated Controllers

Automation is the best way to insure water is always safe, clean, and fresh smelling. Energistx offers Chemtrol(R) chemical controllers for aquatic facilities including commercial and institutional pools, hotels, spas, water parks and cooling towers that continually monitor the pH balance, sanitizer levels, and water temperature digitally, virtually eliminating the need for chemical shocking and superchlorinating. We can customize an integrated system, including pumps, filters and sanitation for your specific application.

Chemtrol Automation Benefits:

Digitally Monitor Multiple Sytems on your Computer Network
Chemical Automation Controllers keep a constant watch over the chemistry of the pool or spa via in-line water sampling and adds chemicals as needed. To adjust pH, the device adds muriatic acid or base, or to adjust the sanitizer level, it turns on the saltwater system or chemical pump, eliminating the human error factor and keeping your pool perfectly balanced for the safety of your clients and the peace of mind of your company. Our commercial unit offers an alerting device that immediately calls your Maintenance personnel if there’s a problem with the water and allow management to monitor multiple pools moment to moment from any computer.

Prevents Formation of Foul-Smelling Chloramines
Perfect water balance optimization prevents the formation of volatile chloramines is
prevented by the controlled rate of oxidation of all organic nitrogen compounds that enter the pool (the basis of the Chemtrol technology). Noxious Chlorine odor is eliminated, and subsequently reduced the maintenance required to keep surrounding stainless fixtures clean and shiny.


Eliminated Dangerous Fluctuations in Chemical Levels

Another benefis of a chemical automation system is that your water chemistry is stable and constant and therefore does not have the huge fluctuations that occur when a lot of bathers enter a spa. This seems to happen particularly with children, where water chemistry can get out of balance in a very short period of time. The constant monitoring by a chemical automation system helps alleviate these dramatic fluctuations.


Chemical Automation Quickly Pays for Itself!

Also, particularly in public pools, where you look to minimize your costs, you will save money on your sanitizer and your acid; you are not using as much because you aren’t combating the huge fluctuations. As a rule of thumb, a chemical automation system can pay for itself within approximately a two year period of time. The larger the body of water, and the more the body of water is used, the shorter the payback period.

Much Longer Equipment Life
Another benefit of having stable water chemistry is that it minimizes or may even eliminate damage to the equipment itself. Particularly in the case of heaters, large fluctuations in sanitizer level or pH will act upon and corrode the heat exchanger itself. By keeping the levels steady, scale, erosion and corrosion are minimized; thereby extending the life of the equipment. The constant monitoring and adjusting accomplished by a chemical automation system takes care of a big part of the water chemistry battle.

Chemtrol Products

CHEMTROL® PC6000
PROGRAMMABLE CONTROLLER

• Chemical Automation with ORP, PPM and pH control
• Temperature display and programmable heater control
• TDS and Conductivity control with programs for dump valve and three(3)chemical additives
• Water balance with Langelier Saturation Index
• Fully instrumented bypass line assembly with see-through sensor cell
• Pump control with instant and cumulative flow displays
• Filter control with influent and effluent pressure displays, programmable backwash cycles
• Remote computer operation with true duplex Windows software
• Voice telephone communications and control by touch-tone phone

OPTION ETHCOM3: Full duplex remote computer operation with ethernet/ internet modem.
OPTION RS485: Full duplex direct computer operation w/ data converter.
OPTION 420M: 4-20mA signal (5-channels) for monitoring display outputs.
OPTION MODBUS3: Modbus-protocol communication for Building Management Systems.

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CHEMTROL® PC4000
PROGRAMMABLE CONTROLLER

• Pump control with instant and cumulative flow displays,
• Filter control with influent and effluent pressure displays, programmable backwash cycles,
• Priority valve program
• Heater control with fireman safety and energy saver program
• Interlock with Chemistry controller
• Remote Alarm
• RS-232 communication port

OPTION TDS3: TDS/Conductivity control w/ sensor for dump valve os salt chlorine generator.
OPTION FLOW3: Flow monitoring and totalizer w/ electronic sensor and adjustable alarms.
OPTION LEVELS3: Water level control w/ electronic sensor and fill valve control.
OPTION PRESS3:Influent and effluent pressure monitoring with sensors and adjustable alarms.
OPTION REM3: Full duplex remote computer operation with ethernet / internet modem.
OPTION TEL3: Telephone voice communications w/ staus reports, alarm callouts, and remote operation control.
OPTION ETHCOM3: Full duplex remote computer operation with ethernet/ internet modem.
OPTION RS485: Full duplex direct computer operation w/ data converter.
OPTION 420M: 4-20mA signal (5-channels) for monitoring display outputs.
OPTION MODBUS3: Modbus-protocol communication for Building Management Systems.

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CHEMTROL® PC3000
PROGRAMMABLE CONTROLLER

• Chemical Automation w/ ORP and pH control
• Temperature Control
• Bypass Line Assembly
• Remote alarm
• Remote alarm
• RS-232 communication port.

OPTION TDS3: TDS/Conductivity control w/ sensor for dump valve os salt chlorine generator.
OPTION FLOW3: Flow monitoring and totalizer w/ electronic sensor and adjustable alarms.
OPTION LEVELS3: Water level control w/ electronic sensor and fill valve control.
OPTION PRESS3:Influent and effluent pressure monitoring with sensors and adjustable alarms.
OPTION REM3: Full duplex remote computer operation with ethernet / internet modem.
OPTION TEL3: Telephone voice communications w/ staus reports, alarm callouts, and remote operation control.
OPTION ETHCOM3: Full duplex remote computer operation with ethernet/ internet modem.
OPTION RS485: Full duplex direct computer operation w/ data converter.
OPTION 420M: 4-20mA signal (5-channels) for monitoring display outputs.
OPTION MODBUS3: Modbus-protocol communication for Building Management Systems.

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CHEMTROL® PC2000
PROGRAMMABLE CONTROLLER

• Chemical Automation w/ ORP and pH control
• Remote alarm
• RS-232 communication port

OPTION PPM2: PPM display with adjustable
low and high alarms.
OPTION TEMP2: Temperature display and Heater control with temperature sensor
OPTION TDS2: TDS/Conductivity control with sensor for dump valve or salt chlorine generator.
OPTION REM2: Full duplex remote computer operation with data modem.
OPTION ETHCOM2: Full duplex remote computer
operation with ethernet / internet modem.
OPTION RS485: Full duplex direct computer operation with data converter.
OPTION MULTI2: Multiplex communication for remote/direct operation through host controller.
OPTION MODBUS2: Modbus-protocol communication for Building Management Systems.

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CHEMTROL® CH250
ORP/SANITIZER and pH CONTROLLER

•Sanitizer Control
•Ph Controller
•Porportional Feed
•Overfeed Safety Timers
•Out-of-Range Alarms

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CHEMTROL® CH240
pH CONTROLLER

•Sanitizer Control
•Ph Controller
•Porportional Feed
•Overfeed Safety Timers
•Out-of-Range Alarms

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CHEMTROL® CH230
ORP/SANITIZER CONTROLLER

•Sanitizer Control
•Ph Controller
•Porportional Feed
•Overfeed Safety Timers
•Out-of-Range Alarms

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Technical Publications

"ORP Control in Pools and Spas"
SBCS Publications
November 1998

"ORP Sensor Response in Chlorinated Water"
NSPI Water Chemistry Symposium
Phoenix, AZ (1996)

"ORP Testing and Chemical Automation for Swimming Pools and Spas"
Journal of the National Environmental
Health Association (NEHA)
June 1990

"PPM or ORP: Which Should Be Used?"
Swimming Pool / Spa Age
November 1985

"The ORP Standard"
Sylvia Tiersten
Pool and Spa News
October 1985


 

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