Gaffey's range of instrumentation for water quality and treatment includes liquid tank level controllers, devices that allow accurate pH
control for swimming pools, and many others. Just follow the links below to find out more about any of the products in our range.
Instrumentation and control in water treatment systems is your way to automatically monitor and respond to the various demands of a given water treatment plant, whether that is a level controller to monitor liquid levels in a large storage tank or container, automated pH and chlorine control for swimming pools, chlorine dioxide contol for building services or food processing applications, or chlorine gas detection alarms to protect personnel in the workplace.
These are products designed with a singular purpose in mind - to monitor and maintain optimal conditions in a specific environment, from storage tanks, to swimming pools, drinking water treatment plants to personnel areas and plant rooms.
Monitoring and correcting chemical levels is important in a range of different settings, and especially where people come into direct contact with a potentially irritant substance such as chlorine.This includes maintaining bathing water at a level that is hygienically safe, yet does not irritate the skin, and even more crucially, alerting personnel in the event that chlorine gas is generated due to a component failure or operational error.
Instrumentation and control equipment is needed in and around all kinds of water systems and industries; vegetable & salad washing, drinking water treatment, brewing & distilling, Legionella control in commercial buildings, and animal husbandry, to name a few. We are happy to help you select the correct instrumentation and control equipment to suit your particular application - just contact Gaffey Technical Services and our experienced team will be pleased to assist you.
We have a variety of instrumentation and control equipment for specific applications, including:
These give you accurate monitoring of levels along with automatic response to suboptimal levels through automatic refeed, metering and alarm states.
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